Mikhail MALKIN European Tumbling Champ

Awesome. Home town boy wins the title. In his home town of Baku.

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“Of course, my relatives and friends helped me to win. Wherever I look, my friends were everywhere. And it’s the most important thing – fans and friends. I’m speechless, I can’t describe what I’m feeling right now …”


Justen Millerbernd is writing a book

Justen Millerbernd began serving on the USAG Trampoline & Tumbling Elite Committee in January 2013. He was elected as the Tumbling and Double Mini Trampoline Coaches Representative.

He coached 8-time National Tumbling Champion Kalon Ludvigson. Justen and Kalon are married.

Read more about the book project on Facebook.

Trampoline World Age Groups a success

After four days of competition, the 25th World Age Group Competitions (WAGC) in Trampoline Gymnastics came to a close … with junior gymnasts from 17 countries returning from Sofia (BUL) with medals around their necks. The 32 titles up for grabs were shared between 14 countries.

More than 900 junior gymnasts performed in Individual, Synchronised and Double Mini-trampoline as well as in Tumbling in the age categories 11-12, 13-14, 15-16 and 17-21 years.

Russia, which came second to China in the medal standings at the senior World Championships the week before, topped the overall WAGC rankings …

It was Belarus, however, which won the most titles (4) in the Individual and Synchronised Trampoline events. After winning gold and silver with the teams and two bronzes in the individual competitions at Worlds, Great Britain’s tumblers continued their success in the age group categories, where they garnered a total of 10 medals, including two golds. Matching Great Britain’s number of titles in Tumbling, Russia and the USA came second and third in the discipline’s ranking. …


Full results can be found on the FIG website.

25th Trampoline World Age Groups

Though Artistic Gymnastics has yet to launch Junior Worlds, Trampoline sports have had it for a long time.

Sofia’s Arena Armeec is now set to play host to the 25th World Age Group Competitions.

More than 900 junior gymnasts hailing from 43 different countries will compete for the 32 medal sets at stake over the next four days. As the seniors did last week, boys and girls of the age categories 11-12, 13-14, 15-16 and 17-21 years will perform in Individual, Synchronised and Double Mini-trampoline as well as in Tumbling. …


Trampoline Worlds – day 1 finals

Women’s Trampoline
1. China
2. Belarus
3. GBR

Men’s Trampoline
1. China
2. Russia
3. Japan

Women’s Tumbling
1. China
2. GBR
3. France

Men’s Double Mini-trampoline
1. Russia
2. USA
3. Australia

China takes three of four golds on first finals day

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Alex Siefert on tumbling trampoline.

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