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Hunt wins Red Bull Cliff Diving with hardest dive in the world

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cats1Gary Hunt performs world’s hardest dive to take third win in a row in French Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stop.

Claiming victory in front of an enthusiastic 70,000 fans the 32-year-old completed a remarkable comeback at the fourth stop of the 2016 World Series in the historic setting of La Rochelle, France.

Trailing in 12th position after two rounds, the Brit turned things around in his adopted home with an almost flawless display of diving from the 27m-platform in the final rounds, including the hardest dive in the world.

American Andy Jones made it two 2nd place finishes on the bounce with another consistent performance in the Series’ birthplace. Michal Navratil (CZE), third at the first event of the season in Texas, completed the podium once again at the spot where he finished runner-up back in 2011.

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