02. May 2021  
Sochi, RUS  

27th Europeans of Trampoline Gymnastics 2021

On Thursday, April 29 competition begun at Sochi’s Iceberg Arena the 27th European Championships of Trampoline Gymnastics & Tumbling.
and finished on Sunday, May 2. It was the fourth time that Russia hosted the Trampoline Europeans after the events 1996, 2002 and 2012 which were all hosted in Saint Petersburg.
This year 23 Federations travelled to Sochi to challenge for the continental titles. A total of 213 senior and 258 junior gymnasts are scheduled to compete.
Gymnasts from the host country dominated these Europeans: With a total of thirteen gold medals up for grabs in the senior competition, the Russian Federation won eight of them. Belarus clinched three gold medals, while Belgium’s Tachina Peeters secured her country a historic gold in Tumbling. France topped the podium in the women’s Tumbling team event.



S C H E D U L E  & R E S U L T S;   LIVESTREAM of Russian Federation

ECh, Day 1 --: The senior gymnasts competed in their qualifying round on Tumbling and Double Mini-Trampoline earlier today. Belgium’s Tachina Peeters scored 66.800 for her two tumble runs to advance to the final in first place ahead of Candy Briere-Vetillard and Manon Morancais of France. In the men’s competition, defending European Champion Mikhail Malkin (AZE) outscored Russia’s stars Vadim Afanasev and Aleksandr Lisitsyn.
The DMT qualification was dominated by the Russian ladies with Galina Begim and Dana Sadkova advancing to the final for the host nation ahead of Portugal’s Sara Guido. The Russian men, led by multiple European and World Champion Mikhail Zalomin and defending European Champion Vasili Makarskii, were outscored by an excellent Joao Caeiro (POR).
On day 2 of these Trampoline Europeans, the senior team medals were awarded. Host nation Russia claimed victory in 3 of the 5 finals today. Denmark set the bar high in men’s tumbling with Russia relying on its last gymnast, Aleksandr Lisitsyn, to outperform their rivals. Their female compatriots suffered early mishaps but managed to end on a strong note with Viktoria Danilenko taking the team to silver-medal position behind the mighty French team and ahead of Belgium.  

In Double Mini-Trampoline, the Russian line-up featured big names like Mikhail Zalomin, Vasili Makarski and Aleksandr Odintsov. They lived up to their reputation, showing great technique on this treacherous event, outscoring Portugal by close to two points.

In Trampoline, the Russian women overcame an early mistake by defending European Champion Yana Pavlova to clinch the team gold, almost 6 points ahead of Belarus, with France in third. The Russian men suffered two botched routines to finish off the podium. Victory went to the talented team of Belarus: Ivan Litvinovich, Aleh Rabtsau, Aliaksei Dudarau and reigning Olympic Champion Uladzislau Hancharou. Portugal edged France for the silver medal.

On the last day of the 27th European Championships in Trampoline, Double Mini-Trampoline and Tumbling, Sochi’s Iceberg Palace hosted the individual and synchronised finals. Host Russia claimed the majority of the gold medals today, highlighted by the Double Mini-Trampoline victories of Aleksandr Odintsov and Galina Begim, Tumbling gold for Vadim Afanasev, Trampoline glory for Iana Lebedeva and synchro honours for Anna Kornetskaya and Susana Kochesok. Tachina Peeters clinched the European title in Tumbling, a well-deserved reward for the excellent Belgian who finished fourth in many major international events. After winning synchro gold together, Aleh Rabtsau beat compatriot and 2016 Olympic Champion Uladzislau Hancharou by a few tenths in men’s trampoline. Lea Labrousse and Marine Jurbert wrote history for France, winning silver and bronze respectively while Turkey celebrated its first individual medal, bronze in junior Trampoline for Elif Colak.
** R E S U L T S / Overview: (* update: May 02)

        * Qualification       - Semi final -                  - FINAL -

 TRA Men, Elite  > TRA, Men, Semifin.         F I N A L
                                                        ► TRA senior team FINAL

TRA Women, Elite > TRA, Women, Semifin. F I N A L
TRA, Women, Team                    TRA, Women TEAM FINAL

SYN, Men, Elite;                         SYN, Men, FINAL
SYN, Women, Elite                     SYN, Women, FINAL

DMT, MEN, Elite;                        DTM, Men, FINAL
DMT, Men, Team, Elite                DMT, MEN's TEAM FINAL
DMT, Women, Elite                     DTM, Men, FINAL

TUM, Men, Elite                          TUM, Men, FINAL
TUM, Women, Elite                     ► TUM, Women, FINAL
                                                      ► TUM, MEN's TEAM FINAL

TUM, Women, Elite                    TUM, Women, FINAL
                                                    ► TUM, Women's TEAM FINAL

European Junior Championships

* May 0229
Qualification           - Semi -              - FINAL -
TRA Boy's juniors; > TRA, Boy's Semifina FINAL
SYN, Boys, juniors;                  SYN. Boys, FINAL

TRA Girl's juniors; > TRA, Girls, Semifinal  FINAL
SYN, Girls, juniors;                 SYN, Girls, FINAL

DMT, Boy's juniors                  ► DMT, Boys, FINAL
                                                 ► DMT, Boys, Team
DMT, Girls, juniors                  ► DMT, Girls, FINAL
                                                 ► DMT, Girls, Team

TUM, Boys juniors                  ► TUM, Boys, FINAL
                                                 ► Tum, Boys, Teams
TUM, Girls, juniors                  ► TUM, Girls, FINAL
                                                  ► TUM Girls, Team

* TEAM Finals, Trampoline - Juniors
The first medals were awarded today at Sochi’s Iceberg Palace in the junior trampoline team finals.
- The Russian girls’ team, featuring Anzhela Bladtceva, Maria Mikhailova, Natalia Blokhina and Veronika Shmeleva, kept their head cool under pressure to outperform their Belarussian competitors while Germany edged Turkey for the bronze medal.
* Junior women:
GOLD      Russia 161.455
SILVER    Belarus 156.555
BRONZE  Germany 150.510
    ► TRA junior Boy's team FINAL

- The Russian boys suffered costly mistakes, leaving the door wide open for an excellent Belarussian team. Andrei Builou, Stanislau Yaskevich, Ivan Melnikau and Daniil Pshanko posted a fabulous score of 173.090, finishing more than 10 points ahead of Portugal, with Germany clinching the bronze.
* Junior men:
GOLD       Belarus 173.090
SILVER     Portugal 162.440
BRONZE  Germany 158.805
   TRA junior Girls's team FINAL