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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

Ballycastle Seafront, Ballycastle, Antrim, BT54 6BN
A man standing on a diving board on top on a cliff with his arms stretched outwards. The  crowd are watching from below, beside the sea.
  • A man standing on a diving board on top on a cliff with his arms stretched outwards. The  crowd are watching from below, beside the sea.
  • Ballycastle Seafront - with boats in the harbour, a play park and the beach at the sea

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The rugged landscape of the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland marks the first of two brand-new locations on the Red Bull Cliff Diving 2024 calendar – a cold water mid-season challenge that will test the athletes to their limits.

See the world's best divers compete at the latest stop in the World Series! Watch as the athletes' battle the forces of nature as they take on the challenge of the Causeway Coast!

Watch live with Red Bull TV, or go the extra mile and feel the buzz of the cliff diving finals live and in person. Spectators of all ages are also welcome to watch all the sporting action!

Catch all the awe-inspiring finals action live on Red Bull TV on Saturday 20 July - Women's Finals 5:35pm and Men's Finals 6.20pm.

Translink are running special event travel with return trips available from Belfast, Antrim, Ballymena, Derry and Limavady. Pre book your tickets to this event via Bus Special to Red Bull Event (translink.co.uk)

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