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)....

31. July 2021
Tokyo, JPN

For the sixth time since the Olympic premiere in 2000 in Sydney, TRAMPOLINE GYMNASTICS (men & women) is part of the Olympic program, also now at the 32nd Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. In the Olympic men's final the Belarusian top qualifier Ivan LITVINOVICH has edged Chinese veteran DONG Dong to win gold. Young "Kiwi" Dylan SCHMIDT from Auckland/New Zealand, who placed 7th at the Olympic Games in Rio, won now a surprise bronze...

4. July 2021
Indianapolis, USA

* USA Gymnastics -- announced that 2016 Olympian Nicole Ahsinger of Lafayette, La./Trampoline & Tumbling Express and World silver medalist Aliaksei Shostak of Lafayette, La./Trampoline & Tumbling Express will represent Team USA in Tokyo in the women's and men's trampoline competitions, respectively.
Shostak, an athlete with Belorusian roots, secured his position by name based on the results of the 2019 World Championships, where he placed ninth in the individual men's trampoline standings.
Ahsinger claimed her spot...

21. June 2021
Lausanne, SUI

* f i g --: Following the final Olympic qualifying events of the 2019-2021 Trampoline Gymnastics World Cup series and the Continental Championships, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) officially finalised the list of athletes and National Olympic Committees (NOC) who have earned a quota place for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The list has been published on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games event calendar page under "Event Files" on the FIG website.
* For detailed information on...