Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series coming to NI this month

It will be the first time the hairraising adrenaline-fuelled event has ever been hosted in Northern Ireland.

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is coming to Northern Ireland later this month.

Not one for the faint of heart, the iconic Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is making its Northern Ireland debut as it comes to the Causeway Coast later this month.

Thousands of spectators are expected to flock to the coast to witness this adrenaline-fuelled event that tests athletes to their limits. 

Find out all you need to know about the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series below, including when it’s taking place and how you can see it for yourself.

Welcoming the world’s best cliff divers – dare-devil athletes

The event will see athletes tested to their limits.
Credit: Flickr / Kunal Mukherjee

Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, is one of two new locations set to host the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series this summer. 

This cold water mid-season challenge will test the athletes to their limits. Watch as they plunge to the depths of the wild Atlantic Ocean as it crashes along the rugged Irish coastline.

Athletes will battle their mental strength and the forces of nature as eager spectators gather to witness this epic event. 

What you need to know – time, location, tickets and more

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is a must-watch.
Credit: Flickr / Peter Millar

Do you want to witness the incredible Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series as it makes its Northern Ireland debut? If so, here is everything you need to know.

The event will take place on 19 and 20 July, beginning at 4 pm, at Ballycastle Harbour. No ticket is required to attend. You can witness this incredible spectacle for free from the shores of Ballycastle Beach.

Videowalls and sound systems will be positioned in several locations throughout the event site to ensure good visibility.

Otherwise, you can catch the entire event on Red Bull TV. It will be streamed in full on Saturday, 20 July. The women’s final will take place at 17:35 BST, and the men’s at 18:20 BST.

You can find out more about this exciting event on the Red Bull website here.

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