2. July 2022
Arosa, SUI

Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation (AGF) - host of the 2021 Trampoline Worlds -  started in the 2022 season of international competitions with the FIG World Cup in Trampoline Gymnastics. The participation of 63 gymnasts from 14 countries is expected in the competition to be held at the National Gymnastics Arena of the capital Baku on February 12 & 13.
After this first WC 2022 in Baku followed the next three trampoline world cup events of this circuit...

5. June 2022
Rimini, ITA

A total of 308 senior and 240 junior gymnasts, representing 26 nations are scheduled to compete at the 28th Europeans of Trampoline Gymnastics. After hosting the World Cup event now Italy's Rimini ist host agin this top event in the venue Fiera Expo & Convention Centre.
* In the focus of interest are individual competitions of the Olympic individual disciplines on the trampoline for women and men (qualiying rounds with two and semi-finals with one routine) a final and...

14. April 2022
Lausanne, SUI

f i g --: The Olympic qualification systems for TRAMPOLINE GYMNASTICS, RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS & ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS and for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games have now been published following approval by the Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) earlier this month:
A total of 318 athletes (192 in artistic gymnastics, 94 in gymnastics and 32 in trampoline) will compete for the medals in the French capital. With the qualification process set to begin in the coming...

21. November 2021
Baku, AZE

Three gymnastics world championships in one year - that’s never happened before!
After the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021, the World Gymnastics Championships and the World Gymnastics Championships in Kitakyushu, the gymnastics world looked to the third world championship of the gymnastics disciplines in the same year, to the 35th Trampoline World Championships in 2021, which took place from 18th to 21st November in Baku (AZE).
On the last of the three days...

18. November 2021
Baku, AZE

2012 and 2016 Olympic champion Rosannagh MacLennan (CAN) has been elected as the FIG Athletes’ Commission representative for Trampoline Gymnastics through 2025. MacLennan, 33, obtained 20 votes from her athlete peers in an election held the day before the 35th Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships open in Baku (AZE). Four-time Olympic medallist Dong Dong (CHN), the only other candidate, received 11.
MacLennan’s term runs from 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2025. She succeeds Nuno Merino (POR)....