CHN competes tumbling trampoline

For me the most useful piece of equipment in any Gym is the tumbling trampoline.

High reps. Less stress. Fewer overuse injuries. Good form and technique.

Very helpful for everyone.

The Men’s Artistic Gymnastics blog linked to videos of young Chinese Artistic gymnasts competing on tumbling trampoline.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. Smart.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

It was Tumbl Trak founder Doug Davis who first popularized tumbling trampolines.

In fact, Doug saw a homemade version being used by a coach from Quebec. And asked if he could start making them himself. #history

Nicole Harris – Bars

Former elite. Competed for Arizona State.

49 WAG gymnasts have competed 3 Olympics

The Medal Count:

… The list of the 49 gymnasts who have competed in the Olympics on three separate occasions can be found here. …

… only four occasions has a gymnast surpassed it. Those gymnasts being Olga Tass  (1960), Oksana Chusovitina (2004), Daniele Hypolito (2008) and Vanessa Ferrari (2021). …

Gymnastics is Experiencing an Influx of 3x Olympians

Michelle Obama on Gymnastics

1st World Championships 1903

  • International Gymnastics Tournament (“Tournoi International de Gymnastique” in French or “Internationale Turntornooi” in Dutch)
  • August 14-18, 1903 in Belgium
  • competing nations: Belgium, France, Luxemburg, The Netherlands. Italy was there too.
  • Floor, Pommels, Rings, Parallel Bars, Horizontal Bar, Vault
  • also 150 m sprint, High Jump, lifting a 40 kg weight 20x
  • France was the team champion. Joseph Martinez from France had the highest individual score.

While female gymnasts did not compete at the 1903 International Tournament, they did do gymnastics, and their performances were quite the sensation. …

Gymnastics History – 1903: Men’s Gymnastics at the First World Championships

USA Hall of Fame 2022


  • Tamara “Tammy” Biggs – Longtime National Team coach, Lifetime Achievement Award recipient
  • Erin Blanchard – 2008 Olympian, three-time T&T national champion
  • Kiley Boynton and Ryan Ward – 2014 World Championships bronze medalists; 2015 World Cup series champions
  • Kurt Golder – Four-time NCAA team champion coach, 2012 Olympic Team coach
  • Annia Hatch – Two-time Olympic silver medalist, two-time U.S. vault champion
  • Jonathan Horton – Two-time Olympic medalist, four-time U.S. champion
  • Tim Rand – longtime USAG Development Program and elite coach and contributor, Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

Israel’s Artem Dolgopyat wins Floor in Munich

Israeli gymnast Artem Dolgopyat, Olympic Floor champion in Tokyo, won gold again on Sunday at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championship in Munich.

Dolgopyat, 25, was born in Ukraine to a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother and immigrated 13 years ago. 

It was in the same Olympic venue as the Munich massacre by 8 members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September.