Watch the highlights from the fifth stop in the series, at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art.
In a thrilling competition spread across the weekend, Colombian and 10-times world champion Orlando Duque dramatically grabbed the top spot ahead of runner-up Artem Silchenko and Gary Hunt in third place.
More than 25,000 spectators watched as a total of 13 elite cliff divers launched themselves from a platform 27.5m up on the ICA building on Fan Pier, entering the water at incredible speeds of around 85kph.
I know that I've got what it takes but it's always hard to put it together under pressure.
Orlando Duque, fifth-stop winner
Duque's victory makes him the fourth winner out of five competitions so far. In the overall standings, Britain's Hunt still holds a narrow 80-point lead over Russian Silchenko's score of 700, with Duque close behind in third with 690 points.
The sixth destination is Pembrokeshire in Wales, UK on September 14. For all the latest on the eight-stop Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, visit www.redbullcliffdiving.com.