Swedish filmmakers Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson paid 67 people $30 to climb to the top of a ten meter (33 foot) high dive for the very first time all while being filmed. Would they decide to jump?
But a former national level Trampolinist Krysta Palmer just won a medal at the World Championships.
She was a two-time NCAA All-American diver.
On Tuesday, the 25-year-old earned a bronze medal in the mixed 3-meter/10-meter team event at the FINA World Championships. Paired with David Dinsmore, the duo combined to score 395.90 points on six dives. …
The medal was the first for Team USA in the 2017 meet and the first in the event in the country’s history. …
In conjunction with World Championships 2017 an acrobatic sports symposium has been scheduled October 5-8th. (4 days)
Three streams to choose from: Sport Science & Health, Technical workshops and Gymnastics for All.
Organized by Guy Lavoie, I know it’s going to be good.
Speakers include Hardy Fink, Keith Russell, Carol Angela Orchard, Peggy Liddick, Josée Cyr and a number of top sport scientists. This event is a flashback to the excellent symposium hosted in conjunction with 1985 Worlds Montreal.
If you are looking for something different than the for profit, predictable USAG Congress events, consider this alternative.
Two pricing options:
Package 1: Montreal 2017 National Symposium $325 CAD ($240 US) + taxes
Package 2: Montreal 2017 National Symposium & tickets for the finals on Oct. 6 to 8 $405 CAD ($300 US) + taxes
At the center of the theatre is a 3.7 million-gallon pool. Eleven automated stage lifts that fit neatly together can be raised a meter above the water’s surface or dropped seven meters below it, creating a pool deep enough for a diver to leap from a 24-meter-high platform. …