This is one sport that's certainly not for the faint-hearted - the Cliff Diving World Series, which is taking place at the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy, Pembrokeshire, this weekend.
It has been held at some of the most exotic locations around the world - and now it's come to Wales.
During the event, trained divers jump off a specially constructed board almost 90 feet above the water.
Our West Wales reporter Kevin Ashford has been to see the action.
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