Find out what it's like to be a Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series diver on tour with a day in the life of two-time champion Gary Hunt.
Red Bull Cliff Diving photographer Romina Amato followed the Englishman for a whole day during the most recent competition in the UK and here's a typical 24 hours in the life of the 28-year-old.
8:14am: Gary cooks breakfast in the Pembrokeshire cottage where the 14 divers were staying during the sixth stop of the 2012 World Series in Wales.
9:32am: Gary leaves the divers' cottage and makes the short walk to the venue for the first day of training.
10:09am: In the divers' tent on top of the cliff, Gary chats with American diver Kent De Mond who has brought along his iPad.
11:30am: A thorough warm-up is vital before performing a cliff dive and Gary goes through some stretches before training.
12:13pm: Stripped and ready to go... Gary prepares to leave the divers' tent ahead of his first training dive.
12:17pm: Gary performs his trademark dive, the triple quad, during training. The dive, with a DD of 6.3, contains four twists and three somersaults and has helped propel the Englishman to two successive World Series titles, in 2010 and 2011.
1:21pm: Gary climbs the ladder back up to the platform after completing his second training dive.
2:33pm: Juggling is how Gary often passes the time between dives. Here he is waiting for a TV crew to set up prior to an interview...
2:51pm: And here he is in front of the camera!
8:17pm: After the first day of training and subsequent interviews with the media, Gary unwinds by shooting some pool with fellow diver Anatoliy Shabotenko. Tomorrow Hunt and co will be in action in the first round of competition... Check out redbullcliffdiving.com to see what happened next.