Two champions will be crowned at this season’s grand finale in Australia on October 15. Check out schedules and how to buy tickets here.
Red bull cliff diving 2022 : Sydney | Tickets | Schedule
The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, established in 2009 and created by Red Bull, is an annual international series of cliff diving events in which a limited number of competitors determine the Cliff Diving World Series winner.
Men perform 4 dives from a height ranging from 26–28m. There are a total of nine groups (front, back, reverse, inward, front twists, back twists, reverse twists, inward twists and all armstand dives).
The two required dives must be performed from different take-off positions. There are 5 take-off positions (front, back, reverse, inward and armstand).
The degree of difficulty for each required dive is 3.6. To clarify: front double half twist and front double 1½ twist are different groups, but the same take-off position. If a dive has less degree of difficulty, it will still be 3.6.
Red bull cliff diving 2022 Sydney
Following seven exciting stops over the last few months, the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series moves to Sydney, Australia, for the season’s final competition in October.
There 23 of the world’s best cliff divers will battle it out from the platforms one final time before the two champions are crowned in front of a huge crowd.
This event will be broadcast live and exclusively on ESPN+ in the US. It will also be available to watch live outside of the US on Red Bull TV on October 15 at 02:00 UTC, as well as on our Facebook and YouTube channels.
The first day of competition will also be live on Red Bull’s global TikTok channel on Thursday, October 13 at 23:50 UTC.
It’s been another thrilling season, with two exciting title fights keeping cliff diving fans on the edge of their seats.
With just 40 points separating Hunt, Heslop and Preda in the overall standings, one of the most exciting title battles in history will reach its climax in Sydney Harbour.
Victory for either the Frenchman or the Brit would seal the deal for them, while Preda would need to win and hope that Hunt doesn’t finish second.
Gates open at 10:00am – free entry.
Other scenarios are of course possible, should there be a surprise winner in Australia, but whatever happens this season’s champion will be one of those three.
Starting at 10:00am and concluding at 4:00pm AEDT (the competition will take place between 11:00am and 2:30pm), on 15 October 2022, the world’s best cliff divers will be competing at a free, fun and family-friendly event.
All eyes will be on the reigning and six-time women’s World Series champion, Rhiannan Iffland, who will be hoping for a majestic homecoming to round off the season, while the men’s title tussle will also be settled from the purpose-built 27m platform in the middle of the harbour.
Set against the stunning backdrop of the Sydney Opera House and the iconic Harbour Bridge, the sport’s biggest names will take their final leaps of the season from the purpose-built platforms in the Royal Botanic Garden. Spectators will be able to see all of the action on land on the Fleet Steps at Mrs Macquarie’s chair.
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