Iffland seals the title | Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2019, Mostar (BIH)

Australia’s Rhiannan Iffland retained her Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series title with another dominant victory in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina, reeling off a majestic final dive into the Neretva River to win it in style with one stop to spare. In the women’s Eleanor Townsend Smart from the United States was the new face on the podium. In her first year as a permanent diver, the 23-year-old finished her 10th appearance in the World Series on second place, edging out Canada’s Lysanne Richard in her comeback competition to 3rd position. As the season comes down to the wire, Australia’s record winner Iffland travels to Spain with an additional confidence boost to make it the perfect season, after she stunned the cliff diving elite by pulling off her final dive for four 10s from the jury. The day’s best dive catapulted the 27-yearold not only to her fourth overall win in as many years, but she managed to put behind her the demons of Mostar and made it her first victory at the challenging Neretva River.


1- Rhiannan Iffland AUS – 358.05.pts.
2- Eleanor Townsend Smart USA 288.90
3- Lysanne Richard CAN – 284.70
4- Jessica Macaulay GBR – 280.90
5- Antonina Vyshyvanova (W) UKR – 279.15

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