There were spectacular scenes in the 2015 Cliff Diving World Series on Friday.
Some of the world's best divers launched themselves from platforms into Possum Kingdom Lake in Texas, US.
The UK's Gary Hunt claimed his third straight win with a dive from the 27-metre board.
Gary said: "One of the things I love about cliff diving is it's not so rigid."
"You have to be flexible and willing to dive when you're not 100 percent prepared."
"I'm really happy to have come through and put in a good performance here" Gary added.
He received perfect 10s from two of the five judges, which propelled him to a winning score of 533.90 points and three wins out of three events this season.
On the women's side, American Rachelle Simpson topped the podium commenting that she was "really, really happy" with the result.
She added: " I think this year is going to be a big race, as the girls are getting braver and wanting to do more tricks. It's going to be an exciting year for us with two more competitions to come."
The series now heads to Copenhagen, Denmark for the next round in three weeks.
The world series is an organised event and the divers are highly trained, so please don't try this at home.