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The Olympic Journey

The Olympic Journey

  The Road to Rio for American trampolinists began in Providence RI with the USA Gymnastics Championships. Covering the meet for this website I had the privilege to watch and report on the action and then because of the hospitality of many people within the US trampoline community, I travelled around the country catching up […]

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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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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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Big Week

Big Week

This week, the first full week of September 2016, will be a busy one for the trampoline and tumbling world. Among the events this week are the World Acrobatic Society’s (WAS) annual induction ceremony of legends in the world of acrobatic related sports, the second FIG World Trampoline and Tumbling Cup for 2015 and the National British […]

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Chinese Prodigies

Chinese Prodigies

2008 Olympic Trampoline Gold Medalist He Wenna must have noticed Monday’s post about one of trampoline’s first child prodigies, Judy Wills. Yesterday, she posted a couple of great videos on her Instagram page featuring two (of perhaps many) Chinese prodigy gymnasts. These two gymnasts have certainly mastered the art of technique and form at a very […]

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What It’s About?

What It’s About?

Sports is about more than just winning. The Belgian team of trampoline gymnasts, who attended the 2015 Haslev Scandinavian Open, have demonstrated through a video a classic example of what sports is about: camaraderie, work and play, striving for the best, teamwork and more. What do you think sports is all about? What’s it all about?

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Kalon Ludvigson Invitation Results are IN!

Kalon Ludvigson Invitation Results are IN!

Olympians and Team World Champions made an appearance at the 5th Annual Kalon Ludvigson Invitational Trampoline and Tumbling competition on March 20th and 21st, 2015 in Orem, Utah. Named for the extraordinary talent, Kalon Ludvigson, who is the most decorated tumbling gymnast in the US, the competition also serves to raise funds for Kalon’s recovery […]

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Thankful in 2014

Thankful in 2014

2014 marked the end of the third full year of TrampolinePundit.com. The objective from the beginning was to let the site grow organically. In 2014, it took on a life of it’s own. On top of the list of highlights was most definitely the 30th World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Daytona, which was also the 50th Anniversary of […]

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The World’s First Open Trampoline Championships,1964

Heartfelt thanks to Jeff Hennessy, Dagmar Nissen Munn and Tim Blake for contributing research materials to this story, as well as to Dennis Horne, Rob Walker and Mike Driscoll.     Starting with the First World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships, TrampolinePundit will attempt to blog about the highlights of each and every World Trampoline and […]

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Loulé World Cup Report

Loulé World Cup Report

Written from the heartfelt perspective of the Loulé Cup and Loulé World Cup organizer and judge, Monica Mexia from Portugal, a new Correspondent for Trampoline Pundit.   It is hard to put in a post or report what the 2014 Loulé cup and Loulé World Cup were for me. My view is rather unique since I see […]

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