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Trampoline WAG Daytona Beach

The 2014 edition was a big success. Especially for the hosts.

With seven titles apiece, Russia and the host country United States were the most successful nations at the World Age Group competitions, which began just after the 30th edition of the World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships ended.

FIG – 32 new champions crowned as FIG Trampoline World Age Group competitions draw to a close

Catherine Tracy from UBC Gymnastics in Vancouver posted the best online coverage I saw. Here’s her wrap-up of the “WAG” competition.

Welcome to the 2014 World Age Groups in Daytona Beach!

655 athletes from 37 countries are competing here for the title of World Champions in their age group. Trampoline, Double-mini, Synchro and Tumbling are contested in four age groups- 11-12, 13-14, 15-16 and 17-18. …

2014 World Age-Group Trampoline & Tumbling Championships: Part 1

Part II: 2014 World Age-Group Trampoline & Tumbling Championships, Day 3 & 4

FIG microsite

Click PLAY or watch one more FIG super edit on YouTube.

Basketball – Lords of Gravity

Lords of Gravity, out of Budapest, are a basketball slam dunk and TrampoWall team formed 2012.

This is the best tramp basketball edit I’ve ever seen.

2014 DMT and Tumbling Worlds

Leigh Hennessy Robson makes the finals come alive with this blow by blow account – Trampoline PunditDrama in the Ocean Center: Part II

Another cool FIG edit – Popping off

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

2014 Trampoline Worlds, Florida

Daytona Beach (USA), November 7-9, 2014

FIG – China goes three for four as World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships end

Trampoline Pundit – Drama in the Ocean Center: Part 1

Click PLAY or watch a promo on YouTube.

official website news and results

“Coca-Cola” flip

Have you heard the term?

Even when I was a trampolinist in the late 1970s we called any multiple somersault with a kick open (crazy, by the way) in the middle a Coca-Cola. I have no idea how that slang got started.

Here’s a good example.

Dave Ross on coaching Tramp

Dave Ross’ Skyriders Toronto athletes have 6 Olympic medals over the past 4 Olympics. He’s brilliant. Original. A philosopher.

If you’ve never heard Dave speak, here’s a glimpse. Working with team Netherlands.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

pit pillow throw mat

I was visiting Jeremy Mosier and the crew at Gymtastics when I saw the girls using a Tumbl Trak Pit Pillow as a trampoline throw mat.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Jeremy explained that the Pit Pillow was light enough for one gymnast to throw accurately. He preferred it to a conventional (heavier) throw mat.

Jason Burnett ACL

Bad news. :-(

Jason Burnett headed to rehab after knee surgery

JasonHigh flying Canadian men’s trampoline champion Jason Burnett has been grounded after undergoing knee surgery on Thursday.

“I survived!! ACL reconstruction surgery complete!” said Jason on Twitter. “Now for the fun part… Rehab rehab rehab.”
Jason injured his knee while in training earlier this month and will miss the upcoming world championships in Daytona Beach, Florida.

In an earlier tweet prior to surgery Jason reported: “The damage is a complete ACL tear, second degree MCL tear, medial and lateral meniscus tear, and bone bruise with microfracture (right knee).

“This injury comes at a very frustrating time but I’ve been in this position before. I’ll be back!!

Gymnastics Canada

1st World Trampoline Championships

… They were held on Saturday, March 21, 1964 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

It was presented by the Nissen Trampoline Company and the British Amateur Gymnastics Association.

Thirty-two men and sixteen women from twelve countries competed in a double-elimination tournament facing off man-to-man (or woman-to-woman), winners advancing until there was one last man/woman standing. Each gymnast performed a 10-bounce routine for the judges to decide who advances to the next round. …

1st World Championships

Trampoline Pundit

Tramp Pundit is blogging every World Championships in series as a lead-up to #30 – Daytona Beach, USA November 7th, 2014.

concussion survey

A researcher is trying to determine how much Trampoline and Gymnastics coaches know about concussions.

I filled out the online survey in about 10 minutes. It’s better than some, though still includes some questions more appropriate for team sport than our own.

At the end are open ended forms where you can write in your personal feedback.

If you’d like to take part, click here.

Here’s the researcher:

Lee Verweel, BSc, MSc (c)
Concussion Research Centre
Bloorview Research Institute
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

via the private T&T Coaches Canada Facebook Group

teach kids not to use the R word

In Canada, our Olympic Trampoline Champion and many others are pushing a campaign called Yellowcard.

Of the 60+ nations I’ve traveled, Canada is least racist. The most ethical. Sport is the best way to educate youth, not school.

2014 New Zealand Championships

7-11 October in Auckland

GymSports New Zealand Championships this year includes 6 disciplines: Aerobics, Artistic Gymnastics, Power Tumbling, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Trampoline.



Thanks Kathryn.