- Jun 20, 2011
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- 70,000 spectators, winds up to 60kph and 12 athletes competitive to the core – La Rochelle added a few more superlatives to its collection during the 4th stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, while Gary Hunt (GBR) lead the dozen of high divers who defied the harsh conditions in the early evening hours on Saturday, June 18. Friday prevented take-off from the 27.5m platform and thus the competition was decided in three rounds.
First ever Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stop on British soil on September 8th, 2012 Sep 5, 2012
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Gary Hunt (UK) Heads English-Speaking Podium At Second Stop Of 2012 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series Jul 9, 2012
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