Red Bull Cliff Dive Athens

It’s a long way down. But it was this spectacular 88ft leap that saw Brit Gary Hunt win the latest round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this weekend. The fearless athlete wowed a crowd of 9,000 as he dived into Lake Vouliagmeniin Athens, Greece on Sunday. The 26- year-old from Southampton got off to a rocky start, after he finished joint tenth in the first round of the Athens’ leg of the competition. But the determined Brit, stuck to his tried and tested dives in the

It's a long way down. But it was this spectacular 88ft leap that saw Brit Gary Hunt win the latest round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this weekend. The fearless athlete wowed a crowd of 9,000 as he dived into Lake Vouliagmeniin Athens, Greece on Sunday. The 26- year-old from Southampton got off to a rocky start, after he finished joint tenth in the first round of the Athens' leg of the competition. But the determined Brit, stuck to his tried and tested dives in the

It's a long way down. But it was this spectacular 88ft leap that saw Brit Gary Hunt win the latest round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this weekend. The fearless athlete wowed a crowd of 9,000 as he dived into Lake Vouliagmeniin Athens, Greece on Sunday. The 26- year-old from Southampton got off to a rocky start, after he finished joint tenth in the first round of the Athens' leg of the competition. But the determined Brit, stuck to his tried and tested dives in the

It's a long way down. But it was this spectacular 88ft leap that saw Brit Gary Hunt win the latest round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this weekend. The fearless athlete wowed a crowd of 9,000 as he dived into Lake Vouliagmeniin Athens, Greece on Sunday. The 26- year-old from Southampton got off to a rocky start, after he finished joint tenth in the first round of the Athens' leg of the competition. But the determined Brit, stuck to his tried and tested dives in the

It's a long way down. But it was this spectacular 88ft leap that saw Brit Gary Hunt win the latest round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this weekend. The fearless athlete wowed a crowd of 9,000 as he dived into Lake Vouliagmeniin Athens, Greece on Sunday. The 26- year-old from Southampton got off to a rocky start, after he finished joint tenth in the first round of the Athens' leg of the competition. But the determined Brit, stuck to his tried and tested dives in the