19. November 2022  
Sofia, BUL  

36th WORLDS of Trampoline, DMT & Tumbling

After 2013 and 2017, Bulgaria's capital Sofia has now taken over the 36th Trampoline World Championships 2022 for the 3rd time in the last decade, which will take place from November 16 - 19, just a few weeks after hosting the World Championships of Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Japan's Mori HIKARU earned two World titles in the space of an hour on the Worlds final day of competition, solidifying her status as one of the greats of her generation in Trampoline. The women’s Trampoline final was a close-fought affair, with Mori one of the favorites among a field that contained 2021 World champion Bryony Page (GBR) and Tokyo 2020 Olympic champion Zhu Xueying (CHN), as well as top qualifier Hu Yicheng (CHN). Page, who earned a perfect score for horizontal displacement in Friday’s qualification, set a high standard as the first performer in the final, notching 55.950 points. But there was no stopping Mori: sharp and precise, the Tokyo native delivered on her 14.8 Difficulty to score 56.230, a number nobody else was able to reach. Hu, who led an early qualification round, delivered a graceful performance for bronze, shutting Zhu out of the medals by a mere 0.02.
Top qualifier Dylan SCHMIDT (NZL) kept his cool to win the biggest international title of his career, making history for New Zealand. Inspired by Bronwyn Dibb’s (NZL) Double Mini-trampoline victory Friday, Schmidt, the 2014 Youth Olympic champion and Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist, set himself to do the same Saturday. With the highest Time of Flight and best Execution, he literally placed himself above the rest of the field, scoring 60.720 for his country’s first World title in men’s Trampoline. Allan Morante (FRA) had the best chance to challenge Schmidt, but a slight mistake late in his exercise left him scrambling to finish strongly. With silver, he became the first Frenchman to stand on the podium since David Martin in 2003. At his first World Championships, 23-year-old Ishikawa Yamato (JPN) capped off an excellent day for Japan with bronze.
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* The men's trampoline team final was won by PORTUGAL, silver went to FRANCE and bronze to GERMANY.
* Women's trampoline team gold went to CHINA, followed by GREAT BRITAIN and JAPAN.
* DMT-Team Final: The first World Championships titles this week went to SPAIN (men) and AUSTRALIA (women)..
In the DMT individual competitions, Ruben PARDILLA (USA) won the men's event and Bronwyn DIBB (NZL) the women's event,
* TUMBLING: Great Britain won both the men's and women's national tumbling competitions and also took both individual titles in this discipline through Kristof WILLERTON in the men's and Comfort YEATES in the women's event.


* Qualifications:                                       F I N A L S
TRA Men    ►TRA, Men, Quali2  TRA, MEN FINAL    
                                                        TRA MEN TEAM-FINAL
TRA Wom  TRA, Wom, Quali2  TRA, WOM FINAL 
                                                        TRA WOM TEAM-FINAL

SYN Men  ► SYN, Men Semi-Fin  SYN, MEN FINAL 
SYN Wom                                   SYN, WOM FINAL
                      TEAMS ALL-AROUND

DMT Wom, Quali                          DMT, WOM FINALS
                                                       DMT TEAM FIN Wom
DMT Men   ► DMT Men, Quali2    DMT, MEN FINAL
                                                       DMT TEAM FIN Men 

TUM MenTUM, Men, Quali2  TUM MEN FINAL  
Tum Wom TUM, Wom, Quali2        TUM WOM FINAL
                                                               TUM TEAM FIN Wom