The world's best cliff divers are back in Copenhagen this weekend for the fifth stop of the season, where they will compete for crucial championship points from a 27m plaftorm perched on the roof of the Opera House. Stay here for all the latest updates and live action as it happens.
On Friday afternoon Gary Hunt lit up the first round with a sensational dive that earned him the 100th and 101st tens in the history of the World Series. After two rounds the Brit leads the pack and is aiming to follow up his recent win in Switzerland with another one here in the Danish capital.
The divers are up on the roof and are each about to be announced to the thousands of fans who have gathered here by the harbour and on boats.
Some breaking news - Orlando Duque and Blake Aldridge have been forced to pull out of the final two rounds through injury. So, just 12 divers taking to the platform today.
The crowd are singing to birthday boy Alain Kohl. Just five minutes until this third round gets underway.
Here's Kyle Mitrione to get things underway then in this 3rd round.
The American kicks things off with three 6.5s for his Forward 3 Somersaults 2 1/2 Twists.
There'll be no fairytale birthday for Alain Kohl. Just 5.5s for his third dive.
Oh wow. How about this from Sergio Guzman! He fires this round into life with three 9s from the judges for a spectacular Back 4 Somersaults.
Kris Kolanus edges past Guzman into the lead. He ripped that Inward 4 Somersaults 1/2 Twist for 8.5, 8.5, 8
Romanian wildcard Constantin Popovici has taken the place of new dad Michal Navratil this weekend, and he's making a superb debut here. 8.5, 8.5, 9 and he's up into third place.
Three spins and three twists, followed by a rip entry, means Steven LoBue surges into the lead. He earned a couple of 9s and an 8.5 for that.
Hold up, here's the dive of the day so far from Alessandro De Rose. The Italian vanishes into the harbour with his Arm. Back 2 1/2 Somersaults 3 Twists, and earns 9, 9, 9.5.
Andy Jones executes a neat Forward 3 Somersaults 2 1/2 Twists, moving himself into third place for now.
Jonathan Paredes now with a Back 3 Somersaults 3 Twists. It's special too - 9, 9, 8.5 for the Mexican. De Rose still holds a slim lead though. Gary Hunt steps up for the final dive of this round...
What did you expect...it's magical from the Brit. Three 9s for his Forward 3 Somersaults 3 1/2 Twists and the six-time champion marches into a 16 point lead.
So, about 10 minutes until the final round starts. Hunt is totally in charge right now, and if he nails his final dive he could be on course for a record high total score here today.
We have an official crowd number. 45,000 fans have packed the harbour, both on land and on the water, to watch this exciting final unfold.
Ouch! That's a heavy hit on the chest for Alain Kohl in the first dive of this final round. He'll be a little shaken after that.
Very nice dive from Kyle Mitrione. He bags a couple of 8s from the judges for that Back 3 Somersaults 3 Twists.
Three 7s for Nikita Fedotov. Not bad from the Russian.
8s for Mitrione, 7s for Fedotov, and now 6s for Oleksiy Prygorov. We could do with a spark to set this final round alight.
And this could be the spark right here. What a dive from debutante Constantin Popovici! The Romanian picks up three 9s for a stunning Back 3 Somersaults 2 Twists. He only stepped in at the last minute for Michal Navratil, but what quality he is showing.
Now we've got a final! Sergio Guzman with a Reverse 4 Somersaults, and the Mexican takes 8.5s. He sneaks past Popovici into the lead.
Big splash from Kris Kolanus, and the judges can't go higher than 6.5 for that.
Did you hear that rip? That was Andy Jones slicing through the harbour water with a beautifully executed Back 3 Somersaults 3 Twists. 9, 9, 8.5 and the American takes the lead. Can he make it two podiums in a row after a slow start to this season?
He didn't did he?? Yes he did! Steven LoBue has just absolutely nailed his Forward 5 Somersaults 1/2 Twist. Two judges flash the 10 and that is sensational. He's broken the highest total score with that. Can anyone catch him now?
With two divers to go, this is already one of the best finals EVER! Jonathan Paredes rips his Forward 4 Somersaults 1 1/2 Twists for 9, 9, 9.5. It's amazing, but still it can only put him into second place behind the trailblazing LoBue.
Alessandro De Rose takes 8.5, 8.5, 9 for his Forward 3 Somersaults 2 1/2 Twists, and he's into third.
It all comes down to Gary Hunt then. Here he goes, can he catch LoBue?
If there's ever been a final more packed full of quality and drama than this, we're struggling to remember it. Hunt steps up with huge pressure on his back, knowing he needs to reel in a record-breaking LoBue. He nails his Back 3 Somersaults 4 Twists for 9.5, 9.5, 9, and betters the American's top score by an astounding 22 points. UNBELIEVABLE!
What a day it was in Copenhagen. Gary Hunt continued his comeback with another victory at the Opera House, beating Steven LoBue in what turned out to be a record-breaking duel on the rooftop. The two are now separated by just 90 points in the overall standings, and the title fight will continue in two weeks' time in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Don't miss it!