What an exciting start to the season. A first-ever win for Kris Kolanus, and the tightest women's final in history, won by Adriana Jimenez. Join us for the second stop in Bilbao, Spain, on June 30.
A sensational dive from the Pole thrusts him to the top of the podium for the first time in his World Series career. Michal Navratil finishes in second and Blake Aldridge in third.
Kris Kolanus will dive last. Can he overtake Navratil and take his first ever World Series win?
David Colturi was on the end of a snake bite a few days ago here in Texas. Some say it's good luck, but not for the American today. That's a heavy landing and he won't make the podium.
Czech star Michal Navratil steals into the lead. Three divers left.
And here's another surprise. No podium for reigning champion Jonathan Paredes either after an uncharacteristically poor entry.
Gary Hunt is adjusting to life without his famous twisting dives due to a mental block. It's going to be a quiet start to the season for the Brit, and no podium today. Andy Jones is into the lead.
Five divers down in this final, and it's Steven LoBue who has thrust himself into a healthy lead for now. In previous years he wouldn't have made the final round in 11th place, but there is no cut this year and amazingly he could make the podium with that. Plenty of divers left to go though.
Now for the men's final. Kris Kolanus leads ahead of Blake Aldridge in second and David Colturi in third.
Ecstasy for Jimenez, heartbreak for Macaulay. The Mexican celebrates after winning by just 0.1 points. The Brit will be cheered up by the fact she has finished on the podium in second place, but what an amazingly tight finish that was.
A great armstand dive puts Anna Bader into second place. Wildcard Jessica Macaulay will dive last. Can she complete the fairytale here?
Ouch! That's a rough landing for Lysanne Richard, returning from a season long injury.
Adriana Jimenez sneaks past Iffland into the lead. No win for the reigning champion here today then. Three women left to dive.
The pressure is on Rhiannan Iffland after a slow start to this competition. But this final dive puts her back in the lead and into contention again.
The crowds have packed into Possum Kingdom Lake to watch the action. 800 boats and 12,500 people out there on the water.
Here we go then with the women's final. Could the wildcard Macaulay make it a dream start to the season and win in just her second World Series appearance?
Only David Colturi left to dive in this third round. Can he wrestle the lead from Kolanus?
Just like the women before them, the men are really laying it down here. They really are ripping this lake. Kris Kolanus powers into the lead now with a sensational dive.
Halfway through the men's third round and it's Jonathan Paredes who has the lead.
Just the final rounds are live this season Sheeba. But the good news is that all divers will now appear in the finals, rather than the previous cut being made. That means 24 dives to enjoy!
The men will be starting their third round shortly.
Wow! The Brit has a great chance of winning this competition now. She reclaims the lead with another immaculate dive, and goes into the final round 15 points ahead of her nearest rival Anna Bader.
Last to dive in this round is wildcard Jessica Macaulay. Can she continue her stunning form from Friday?
Some spectacular diving taking place here in the women's third round. The lead is being exchanged with every dive, and Anna Bader is currently on top.
Wildcard Jessica Macaulay will dive last in this round after taking a surprise lead on day one. Reigning champion Rhiannan Iffland is in sixth, 40 points behind the Brit.
The divers have just been paraded in front of the huge crowd that has gathered on boats, kayaks and paddleboards on Possum Kingdom Lake. The women are about to begin their Round 3.
We're just 20 minutes away from the start of Round 3 now. The heat is scorching here at Hell's Gate...40C (104F). Let's hope for some sizzling action today.