- About this Video
- Diving from 27 metres requires individual reference points if the athletes are to time their aerial manoeuvres correctly. In this respect, the unique characteristics of Mexico's Cenote Ik Kil are an even bigger challenge than usual. With changing light, tropical vegetation, birds and animals, the second stop in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series represents one of its most intriguing competitions.
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