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Diving me mad: the New Year plunges into Rome's Tiber

Diving me mad: the New Year plunges into Rome's Tiber
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By Christopher Cummins with Agencies
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Making a New Year splash in Rome's Tiber

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Since 1946 exhibitionists and athletes have been diving the 17 metres off the Ponte Cavour in Rome into the icy River Tiber to celebrate the advent of a new year.

This year, four divers took part, some with more style than others, diving or jumping into the freezing waters of the Italian capital.

VIDEO | Il tuffo nel Tevere del primo gennaio: Mr Ok salta dal ponte Cavour a Roma https://t.co/OT7ERvDXrRLaStampa</a> <a href="https://t.co/3kJnxXSGIC">pic.twitter.com/3kJnxXSGIC</a></p>&mdash; La Stampa TV (LaStampaTV) 1 January 2017

Sai che a #Roma… anche quest'anno, alle 12 in punto, #MisterOk si tufferà da ponte Cavour? #capodanno#Buon2017https://t.co/5I97Wmcg1npic.twitter.com/8mhaQguL9r

— Sai che a Roma (@SaiCheARoma) 1 January 2017

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