Blue skies, scorching sun and thousands of fans out on the lake. Everything is set for a great day of cliff diving.
Sixes for Schmidbauer. Now, stepping up to the 21m platform is the youngest World Series cliff diver, 17-year-old Maria Paula Quintero Torres.
Just fives for the young Colombian, but we'll no doubt be seeing more of her in the future.
What about this from Mexico's Adriana Jimenez...sensational. She's into the lead after that Forward 2 Somersaults 1/2 Twist pike.
Helena Merten is last up, with the same dive as Jimenez. Not bad, 7.5s for the Australian and she'll start the final in third place.
!8-year-old Owen Weymouth gets the men's third round underway.
Now, up steps Steven LoBue with one of the hardest dives in the world, an Inward 5 Somersaults 1/2 Twist Tuck. But the American struggles to maintain composure on the way down and can only pick up sixes from the judges.
Gary Hunt grabs the lead half way through this third round with a typically great dive.
Here's Jonathan Paredes, with his new dive. Can he do something special?
Sensational from the Mexican! 9 and 9.5s for his Forward 4 Somersaults 1 1/2 Twists Pike and he surges into the lead. Could this finally be the stop where Paredes puts it all together for victory?
Four divers to go in this third round. Blake Aldridge now with an armstand lift-off...and it's brilliant from the Brit. 9, 9, 8.5 puts him into top spot for now.
Men's standings after Round 3 -
1- Blake Aldridge (GBR) - 289.55
2- Jonathan Paredes (MEX) - 288.05
3- David Colturi (USA) - 287.80
4- Gary Hunt (GBR) - 280.80
5- Kris Kolanus (POL) - 278.45
6- Michal Navratil (CZE) - 269.35
7- Andy Jones (USA) - 266.65
8- Alessandro De Rose (W) (ITA) - 261.40
9- Sergio Guzman (MEX) - 251.10
10- Steven LoBue (USA) - 249.90
11- Alain Kohl (W) (LUX) - 244.60
12- Miguel Garcia (W) (COL) - 240.30
13- Orlando Duque (COL) - 233.80
14- Owen Weymouth (W) (GBR) - 213.00
Not brilliant from Merten, only sixes from the judges, but the degree of difficulty means she sneaks into the lead.
8.5, 8, 8.5 from Rhiannan Iffland. It's a magical dive once more from the Australian and no surprise to see her soar into top spot.
Just Adriana Jimenez to go. Can she score her second victory of the season?
The unstoppable Australian powers to another victory and that puts considerable daylight between her and her rivals in the overall season standings now. It was a nice dive from Jimenez and she takes second place both today and in the World Series standings. Helena Merten grabs third place.
Women's final standings -
1- Rhiannan Iffland (AUS) - 315.60
2- Adriana Jimenez (MEX) - 304.15
3- Helena Merten (AUS) - 293.85
4- Tara Hyer-Tira (W) (USA) - 288.50
5- Tara Hyer-Tira (W) (USA) - 288.50
6- Cesilie Carlton (USA) - 279.40
7- Iris Schmidbauer (W) (GER) - 227.20
8- Maria Paula Quintero Torres (W) (COL) - 226.50
Michal Navratil now, with an armstand take-off. And it's another cracker of a dive. 8.5s propel the Czech showman into second place.
Kris Kolanus picks up 8s from the judges, but his lower degree of difficulty means he won't be making the podium today.
What can reigning champion Gary Hunt do? Let's see...
It's brilliant from the Brit, but he's a whisker away from taking the lead. He's in second place, just 0.4 points behind Jones.
Three divers left to go in this thrilling final. David Colturi has his sights set on a home victory here, let's see what he's got.
7.5s from the judges, but a high degree of difficulty rockets the American above his compatriot Jones into first place. Can he stay there? Paredes and Aldridge to go.
Paredes steps up, he leaps, he rips the water! 9, 9, 8.5 and the Mexican is into the lead. Only Blake Aldridge left to dive now...
Magnificent dive from Aldridge and he grabs a stunning victory at Hell's Gate. He was second here last year to Paredes, but has turned the tables on the Mexican this time around and celebrates his first victory since 2014. David Colturi completes the podium in third place. What a final that was!
Congratulations to Blake Aldridge and Rhiannan Iffland. With that win Aldridge now moves into the overall lead in the World Series standings, while Iffland stretches her lead at the top of the women's. With two stops left to go it looks like we have quite a finish in store for this season. See you in Mostar!