Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014

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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is an annual international cliff diving competition that takes place all around the world. The competition gathers the world's best cliff divers, pushing their skills and limits to the extreme. The show is broadcasted via Red Bull TV, allowing viewers to witness the breathtaking sights and experiences of the competition.

The 2014 season of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series was a thrilling one. The competition included eight stops across the globe, including locations in the US, Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Portugal, Italy, and Spain.

The show showcases some of the most daring feats of athleticism and skill, as divers launch themselves from platforms high above the water, plunging down to the surface at speeds of up to 85 km/h. The divers compete in two categories - the men's and women's divisions - and are scored based on several criteria, including takeoff, flight, and entry into the water.

The competition is not only about the adrenaline and thrill of diving into water from such bravado heights but also about artistic and technical execution. Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series takes diving to new heights where the divers have to show their creativity to score high marks. As the competitors dive, their movements are fluid and mesmerizing, showcasing a balance of grace and skill as they perform twists, turns, flips, somersaults and other exciting maneuvers.

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is considered one of the most dangerous and adrenaline-fueled competitions in the world, as divers dive from extreme heights while contending with tricky weather conditions and currents in the water when they land.

The competition is exhilarating to watch, as viewers have a chance to witness athletes performing impossible-to-imagine stunts, and pushing beyond the limits. The show also features experienced diving commentators, providing insight into the competitors' strategies, technical abilities and the difficulty level of each dive.

The competition is not only about the competitors but also about the location where the event is being held. As each venue of this competition is unique due to its natural beauty, and the event's efforts are made to keep it that way by maintaining the balance between showcasing the sport and preserving the beauty of the location.

In the 2014 edition of the competition, the reigning champion Gary Hunt faced tough competition from fellow divers Orlando Duque, Artem Silchenko, and Jonathan Paredes. Hunt, an English athlete, is known for his daring dives and impressive technical execution. In the women's category, the reigning champion Rachelle Simpson faced challenging competition from American diver Ginger Huber and Cesilie Carlton from the USA.

In addition to the main competition, Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series also features a variety of extra activities and behind-the-scenes footage that give viewers an insight into the competitor's personal lives, training schedules, and the behind-the-scenes production process of the competition.

Overall, Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014 was an incredible event that showcased the talents and skills of the world's best cliff divers. From stunning locations to jaw-dropping dives, the event was filled with excitement, thrill, and artistry. Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is a fitting tribute to the daring athletes who are willing to take incredible risks to achieve the impossible. The 2014 edition of the competition was one to remember, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next installment of this high-octane competition.

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Season Review
9. Season Review
December 16, 2014
It took seven tough competitions over the course of 6 months, spanning from the Caribbean, North and Latin America and Europe to determined the 2014 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series Champion. Watch all of the highlights from the action packed season!
8. Mexico
October 29, 2014
The world's best cliff divers travelled to Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula for the 2014 final of both the men's and women's competition. It was cliff diving at its purest - as the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series returned to the root-covered cenote, Ik Kil, close to the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Mexico that hosted World Series competition previously in 2010 and 2011.
7. Spain
September 30, 2014
See the divers overcome challenging conditions as they make the 27 meter leap in the sixth Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stop of 2014 from Bilbao, Spain.
6. Portugal
August 13, 2014
Steven LoBue takes home his second career-win in the 2014 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Portugal. The 29-year-old American pressed his claim for this year's World Series title with victory in the Azores. Colombian Orlando Duque and third-placed David Colturi, of the USA, also produced their best performances of the year.
5. Norway
July 21, 2014
Gary Hunt beat Artem Silchenko and Orlando Duque to the top step of the podium in Norway to extend his lead of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014. The 30-year-old Brit celebrated his third success in a row at the fourth stop of the 2014 World Series in Kragerø, amassing a total of 513.10 points, thanks in part to a near faultless execution of a back triple somersault with four twists.
4. Ireland
July 9, 2014
The first European stop in 2014 was hosted on Ireland's Aran Islands, in Inis Mor. Gary Hunt made it back-to-back wins in Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series competition with another sensational victory.
3. Texas
June 17, 2014
Nineteen of the world's top divers leapt from Hell's Gate in Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas, during the second stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. Twelve men and seven women dove into the freshwater lake reservoir from 90 feet and 60 feet respectively from platforms temporarily constructed on the cliff face. Approximately 6,700 spectators arrived by boat to watch the athletes during the series' first ever stop in Texas.
2. Cuba
May 21, 2014
Watch the highlights from Havana, Cuba, the first stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2014. Englishman Blake Aldridge dove to victory in Cuba with Mexico's Jonathan Paredes taking second and Aldridge's fellow Brit Gary Hunt third in Havana.
Season Preview
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