Portugal Hosts Major International Events – Part 2

Portugal Hosts Major International Events – Part 2

The Gymnastics Federation of Portugal has pulled their Olympic weight this month, hosting two major international trampoline, tumbling and DMT competitions leading up to the Rio Games next month. First, they hosted the ScalabisCup, a popular annual event that was held in Santarem on June 31-July 2. Then, they hosted the Coimbra GymFest and World […]

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Portugal Hosts Major International Events – Part 1

Portugal Hosts Major International Events – Part 1

This month the Gymnastics Federation of Portugal has pulled their Olympic weight, hosting major international trampoline, tumbling and DMT competitions leading up to the Rio Games next month. The ScalabisCup, a popular annual event was held in Santarem June 31-July 2, and the Coimbra GymFest and World Cup were held in Coimbra on July 8-9. Over […]

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World Cups in Italy and Switzerland

World Cups in Italy and Switzerland

In the past couple of weeks the international trampoline scene has been cruising along towards the Rio Olympics this summer with a couple of prestigious World Cups, one in Brescia, Italy held on Jun 18th-19th, and the other in Arosa, Switzerland held on June 24th-25th. For the Italians, it was the first ever World Cup they’ve […]

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Trampoline Preliminaries at USA Gymnastics Championships

Trampoline warm-up has begun at the Dunkin Donuts Center in providence RI.  We’ve arrived here to heartbreaking news- Charlotte Drury suffered a broken foot in training yesterday and will not be able to vie for a the Olympic spot. This leaves qualification open for Shaylee Dunavin, Clare Johnson or Nicole Ahsinger to potentially take the […]

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1955 Trampoline History

1955 Trampoline History

If you have an interest in the history of trampoline sports, you will enjoy a video recently uncovered called Whatever Goes Up, featuring trampoline founder, George Nissen, his wife Annie and ’52 US trampoline champion, Frank LaDue. Considering that in 1955, the Nissen Trampoline Company was in it’s early stages of designing the first trampolines destined for […]

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1966 World Open Trampoline Championships

1966 World Open Trampoline Championships

It was 50 years ago this weekend that the 3rd World Open Trampoline Championships were held in Lafayette, LA USA. They were held on April 28-30, 1966. It was the first World Championships held outside of the UK, the first to include tumbling and it was the first of four World Championships that was directed by […]

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FIG Announces Olympic Spots

FIG Announces Olympic Spots

The suspense is over. We now know which countries will enter gymnasts in the 2016 Olympic Trampoline event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this summer. The final selection came after the qualification round of yesterday’s Olympic Test Event in Aquece Rio. In yesterday’s Test Event, each gymnast fought hard for their country. The medalists for […]

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The 2016 Pacific Rim Championships

The 2016 Pacific Rim Championships

Two days of thrilling trampoline competition has come to an end in Everett, WA USA and four new Pacific Rim Champions have been crowned.  Competitors looked focused and are bringing their A-game as we count down the last three months before the Rio Olympics. In the senior category Dmitry Ushakov and Sam Smith took top […]

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Pacific Rim Finals Live Blog

 Senior Trampoline Finals begin shortly at Pacific Rim Championships and we are going to switch over from Twitter to this live-blog to try to give you more detail about each routine. Keep this post up and hit refresh to stay on top of the action! Warm up will be starting soon followed by finals at […]

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2016 Pacific Rims are HERE!

2016 Pacific Rims are HERE!

Our reporter, Catherine Tracy, is in Everett to cover the 2016 Pacific Rims Championships. The preliminary events started today and she has a few notes to share: Trampoline’s Road to Rio is picking up momentum with just over 100 days left to go. The international competition season is in full swing. This weekend athletes from […]

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