Club Punta Fuego, Southeast Asia hosted the Riders Club High Dive Championship at Sailors’ Cove on 4-2-16.
Amongst stiff competition, Genevieve Bradley scored the top spot in the women’s open category with a 5421B-inward flip half twist, a 5161B-front triple half, a 5143D- front double 1.5 twist, and a 5141B-front double half. This was the fifth installment of the WHDF sanctioned International High Dive Competition held by Club Punta Fuego and a memorable one to boot!
Check out a video of her travels
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Born in Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Genevieve took to cliff diving at the University of Hawaii and has excelled in the sport ever since. She continues to achieve world class success in international tournaments and diving competitions. Her unison with gravity and swift equilibrium make her stand out in this field of diverse divers.
When we asked Genevieve about her Punta Fuego experience, she said, “This was my first competition of the season, and I couldn’t be happier with how it all turned out. I learned a new dive and took one of my harder dives up to 20m. I met so many amazing people while exploring a new country with my friends and family. All of which traveled from all over the world to meet in the Philippines for a weekend of unforgettable cliff diving. It doesn’t get much better than that!”
We can’t wait to see what kind of adventures await Genevieve. You can catch up with Genevieve this summer in Hawaii or follow what she’s up to on social media:
Big Swings athlete bio at www.BigSWings.com/Genevieve-Bradley-bio/
Genevieve’s website at http://genevievebradley.com/
Facebook at Genevieve Bradley
Read more about the Punta Fuego Competition here: http://www.philstar.com/sports
Photo Credits: German Diver Christian Wurst