For the first time in sporting history, diving's World Championships have included a high dive category. And for the life of us we can't work out why they never did it before.
A group of cliff divers, daredevils and certifiable lunatics took part in the event in Barcelona, which involved leaping off a 27m platform (that's 90 feet in old money) and plunging into harbour of the Catalan city.
Orlando Duque won the inaugural high diving world championship title in Barcelona, pipping Britain's Gary Hunt for the crown.
The 38-year-old Colombian Duque scoring 590.20 with his leap to win by theRead More »from The ‘out of their minds’ divers who hit the water at 60mph