Invitation to sponsors

Many major international competitions are held each year.

To properly prepare, the young woman commits full time to her training and is now seeking sponsors.

High dive events have great visibility. Highly spectacular, the Red Bull Cliff Diving events are presented in major TV channels including Red Bull TV. The FINA World Championships are covered by media around the world. And Lysanne Richard dreams to see her sport included in the Olympic Games in Tokyo, in 2020.

Visibility worldwide See statistics


Statistics from Red Bull Cliff Diving (

  • Biggest Season yet with 9 Stops and first ever cliff diving event at Night in Dubai
  • The Series generated 2.28 billion Contacts across all Media Channels (+45%)
  • Best Year in Digital Communication to date with record setting Social and Online News Outcome
  • Live Broadcast of all Events on Red Bull TV, Facebook & TV Stations in Host Countries
  • Italy Event generated 257 million Contacts alone with 70.000 Spectators on site
  • Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2016 Overview

Statistics from Red Bull Cliff Diving (

  • 280K spectators on-site (over 1 Mio since we started in 2009 :)
  • 1.4 Billion contacts in 65 countries
  • 981 photos featured in news agencies
  • 1.45 Mio page views on
  • 265K Facebook fans – 65K new fans alone in 2015
  • 31K Instagram followers – x 3.5 compared to 2014
  • 1.3 Mio views on YouTube (405K views La Rochelle event clip)
  • 17.1 Mio people reached with the action clip from Mostar


Big media coverage (see 'MEDIA' page)

Picture of the day FINA officiel website home page the 4th of August 2015

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Red Bull Cliff Diving

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, established in 2009 and created by Red Bull, is an annual international series of cliff diving events in which a limited number of competitors determine the Cliff Diving World Series winner. Competitions are held in a limited number of venues around the globe. At the beginning, it was addressed only to men. It is open to women since 2013. Lysanne Richard is selected regular diver for the series.

FINA High Diving World Cup

High diving competitions are part of FINA (Fédération internationale de natation) since 2013. Lysanne Richard wins gold at the 2016 World Cup. The competition was held in Abu Dhabi in February.


Lysanne Richard is the only representative of Canada in the network of high diving competitions. Her trainings are held at the Parc Olympique Sports Centre in Montreal and at Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard.

Olympic Games

Currently the highest platform in Olympic diving is 10 meters. In women's high diving, the height of the platform or the rocks for the departure lies 20 to 22 metres above the water. Among men, it is 27 to 29 metres. High diving is likely to presented at the Olympic Games in Topkyo, in 2020.