12. June 2004
Sofia / Bulgaria

Winning gold medals in the trampoline individual and synchron discipline the Ukrainian Yuri Nikitin was the most successful athlet at the final day of the 19th European Championships of Trampoline in Sofia/Bulgaria.

With all together eight gold medals Russia was the best nation again, in front of Ukraine (2 titles), Belarus, Great Britain, Bulgaria and Germany with each one gold medal.
The Russian Olympic champion Irina Karavaeva won the individual trampoline discipline sovereign, and the British Kathryn...

24. May 2004
Herrljunga / Sweden

The 21th INTERNATIONAL FRIVOLTEN CUP 2004 took place in Herrljunga, Sweden from 21 - 22 May.
The winner in the men's open category was the Danish Peter Jensen with a score of 110,40 points, followed by Lukasz Tomaszewski (POL) and Tobias Engelberektsson (SWE).
Best in women's open category was Jane Moor from Great Britain, followed by her team-mate Misty Decauel and Christina Jansen from Germany...

23. May 2004
Bracknell / Great Britain

The women's trampoline team of host Great Britain won the triple meet in Bracknell versus top favorite Russia and Belarus,
Belarus was the winner in men's category, followed by Great Britain and Russia
Claire Wright (GBR) and Mikalai Kazak (BLR) were the best individual gymnasts in Bracknell...
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24. April 2004
Moscow / Russia

The Ukrainian Juri Nikitin was the winner of the today's wold cup final in Moscow, followed by the German Markus Kubicka and Alexander Russakov from Russia.

Claire Wright won the women's category but also synchronizing final and was so the most succussfull participant of this world cup competition...

18. April 2004
Upplands Väsby / Schweden

Canada's World champion Karen Cockburn of Toronto won the gold medal in women’s trampoline on Saturday at the World Cup in Upplands Väsby, Sweden, at the Swedish Open 2004.

In men’s trampoline, Alexander Rusakov of Russia was the winner with Markus Kubicka of Germany second and Yasuhiro Ueyama of Japan third.

Winner of the women's synchronizing category were Lebedewa/Petrenia (BLR) in fron of the German pair Anna Dogonadze/Jessica Simon.
The Russian team Leven/Rusakov...