The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series took place on Saturday in the waters off Corsica and Colombia's Orlando Duque picked up the title on his return from injury.
Cliff diving's elite were warming up on Saturday, getting ready to plunge into the waters off Corsica.
14 of the world's bravest alone with a 27-metre platform.
Michal Navratil's diving prowess won him third place, keeping reigning world series champion Gary Hunt from a spot on the podium.
USA's Steven LoBue took his first ever second place, with a total of 455 points.
But it was Colombia's Orlando Duque who stole the show, seven points clear of LoBue.
Returning to action after sustaining an injury in April last year, Duque led after all four rounds.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Orlando Duque (Colombia):
"I wanted to make a comeback at least to the same level I was at last year, but... even though I want to win, I wasn't expecting it. I know the level keeps going up, conditions were really tricky and I was able to handle all that but you know, I'm just really, really happy. I put a lot of time into preparing myself and it looks like the results are just coming back."
The next stop of the Cliff Diving World Series will be in Grimstad in Norway on July 6th.
Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series hits CorsicaTuesday, June 26 2012