Stunning! Sensational! Navratil, fresh from a recent knee surgery, displays superhuman powers of recovery here in Wales, nailing his final dive to edge ahead of Hunt by just over 4 points. It's a first ever win for 'Supratil' in 53 competitions, and the newly married Czech showman can't contain his delight. What a thrilling climax here at Blue Lagoon.
A great dive from the champ. He fires into the lead and the crowd are ecstatic. They think their man has won this, and they'll be right unless Navratil can produce something special now. The Czech is on the platform, raising himself into an armstand. Here we go...
The impressive Andy Jones has guaranteed himself another spot on the podium, with only Hunt and Navratil left to dive. Here comes the Brit...
The men are ready up at the 27.5m platform. Can Michal Navratil hold onto his lead or will Gary Hunt propel himself to a special homecoming victory in front of a sell-out crowd of 2800 fans?
Once again, Iffland was simply too good for her rivals, displaying consistent precision and quality from 20m. She picks up her third win in four events this season, stretching her lead ahead of Lysanne Richard, who finished 2nd today. Cesilie Carlton completes the podium.
Here we go with the women's final round. Wildcard and rookie sensation tops the standings after two rounds and will be the last to dive today.
Artem Silchenko, winner in Italy, has failed to make the final 8 this time, along with big names like Orlando Duque and David Colturi.
For the first time ever all rounds are being completed in one day due to the high winds that were forecast for Sunday. After the men's 3rd round it's Michal Navratil who holds a slender lead over home favourite and reigning champion Gary Hunt. Jonathan Paredes sits in third place.