VIDEO: Red Bull Cliff Diving in the Azores

The third stop of the World Series has seen a shift in the overall standings, with Gary Hunt forging ahead thanks to a spectacular performance in São Miguel. The brilliant Brit's collection of 9s saw him not only take a first place finish in the Azores, but take the lead in the race for this year's title. Orlando Duque's unwavering form earned him second place, whilst the competition's youngest entrant, Jonathan Paredes, knocked back-to-back winner Artem Silchenko out of the running for a podium finish.