28. March 2005
Haslev / Denmark

On Easter weekend was held the SCANDINAVIAN OPEN, a traditional trampoline competition, take place in the Haslev Sports Center (Denmark) organized by the Haslev Trampolin & Turngymnaster, from Friday, March 25 to Saturday 26
Peter Jensen (DEN) was the winner in the men's Open category and Nicole Pacheco from Portugal won the women's Olympic class....

20. March 2005
Aalsmer / Netherlands

In men's senior competition of the INTERNATIONAL FLOWERS CUP in Aalsmer (NED) Peter Jensen of Denmark won the gold.
Alaina Hebert of the U.S., took the gold earning 38.10 points in the final and the Canadian Rosannagh MacLennan of Toronto captured a silver medal in the women's senior event at this weekend's Flowers Cup trampoline competition.
A large number of 322 actually competed in the event....

29. December 2004
Krasnodar / RUS

The UEG announced, that the five-times world champion and Olympic Champion of Sydney 2000, Alexander MOSKALENKO finished his precedentless career. The Russian trampoline super star was recently nominated director of sports of the region of Krasnodar, the city where he was born 35 years ago. He will therefore no longer be in the position to ensure an international competitive career.

2. December 2004
Algier / ALG

Irina Karavaeva (RUS) was the best athlete of the Trampoline Worldcup Final in Algier (ALG). She won the individual final and the synchron competition with her teammate Natalia Kolesnikova. The best of men's synchron were Takayuki Kawanishi / Daisuke Nakata.
Juri Nikitin (UKR) won the men's individual competition in front of Alexander Rusakov (RUS) and World Champion Henrik Stehlik (GER).
Andrei Kabishev (BLR) and Anna Korobeynikova (RUS) won the Tumbling Worldcup-Finals.

17. July 2004
Savognin / Switzerland

The traditional 43rd NISSEN CUP, which was held this Saturday in Savognin, Switzerland, was the last big pre-Olympic test before Athens.
In women's category the 2000 Olympic bronze medallist Caren Cockburn won in front of her Canadian teammate Heather Ross McManus.
Best in the Olympic individual men's categorywas the Ukrainian Yuri Nikitin.

The winner in synchron were the Russian pair German Knytchev, Alexander Leven and Olena Movchan, Yulia Domchevska from Ukraine...