4. June 2014
Chiba, Japan

Absolutely no surprise was the victory of the Japanese Ito MASAKI in the elite's  trampoline final of the 3rd Asian Games, which took place in Chiba, Japan.
Also the silver medalist came from the host country: It was Tetsuya SOTOMURA and behind him the men from Kazachstan, Yernur SYZDYK won the bronze medal
For the female elite and as was expected the first place goes for the Olympic Bronze medallist  Ekaterina KHILKO from Uzbekistan with...

12. April 2014
Guimaraes, Portugal

After the opening on Tuesday evening, April 08, starting in summer temperatures the 24th European Championships in Trampoline, Double Mini-Trampoline and Tumbling 2014 in the Multi-Purpose Hall in the Portuguese city of Guimaraes.
Altogether epresentatives from 27 European nations contributed the flag of their countries in the competition arena. About 400 athletes, both elite athletes, as well as the juniors are participating at these continental champs of the European Gymnastics Union (UEG).
The competitions in Portugal began...

4. March 2014
Lausanne, Switzerland

* f i g --: On 4 March 1964, the "International Trampoline Federation" (F.I.T.) was born, in Frankfurt on Main (GER). The delegates present elected its President, the Swiss René Schaerer and laid the foundations for the first Trampoline World championships, which would take place on 21 March of the same year at the Royal Albert Hall in London (GBR).
In the years that followed, the discipline grew rapidly. In 1988,...

12. December 2013
Lausanne, Switzerland

* f i g - -: The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) and USA Gymnastics have signed an agreement for the United States to play host to the 30th FIG Trampoline and Tumbling World Championships and the 23rd World Age Group Competitions in November 2014. The 2014 Worlds will be the first Trampoline and Tumbling World Championships held in the United States under the auspices of the FIG and USA Gymnastics. However, this will be the fifth time that the USA,...

17. November 2013
Sofia, Bulgaria

The 22nd World Age-Group Competitions (WAGC) of Trampoline, Tumbling and DMT from Thursday, Nov 14 to Sunday Nov 17 finished today in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Fourty-six nations from five continents sent their best youth and junior athletes to the Armeec Arena of the Bulgarian capital, to compete against their peers for World titles in four age-groups:
- AG 11-12 year olds; AG 13-14 year olds; AG 15-16 year olds and the juniors
- AG 17-18 year-olds.