16. February 2020
Baku, AZE

The FIG World Cup in Trampoline of Gymnastics and Tumbling is started at the National Gymnastics Arena in Baku on February 15-16.
The competitions, which are licensed for the Tokyo Olympics 2020, have brought together 150 gymnasts from 30 different countries.
*In the Olympic trampoline discipline were Chinese successes: On women's side ZHU Xueying (55.815) ahead of LI Lingling (54.945) and Canada’s Samantha SMITH, who won bronze (54.585).
*In the men's category GAO Lei (61.585)...

1. December 2019
Tokyo, JPN

The best trampolinists from all over the globe have gathered in Tokyo this week and will compete for World Championship glory in the city’s dazzling new Ariake Gymnastics Centre, host venue for Trampoline, Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
A total of 336 gymnasts representing 37 nations will be chasing 15 gold medals at the 34th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships which run 28 November - 1 December and also serve as a Tokyo...

6. October 2019
Valladolid, ESP

* fig-report --: Belarus’s Uladizlau Hancharou and China’s Liu Lingling both returned to winning ways at the 4th FIG Trampoline World Cup of the year in Valladolid, Spain between 5-6 October. That pair had won their respective Men’s and Women’s Individual Trampoline finals at the Baku World Cup back in February and they were each on top of the podium once more at the Ciudad de Valladolid sports centre last weekend.
Overall there were four gold medals for Russia...

16. September 2019
Khabarovsk, RUS

A little time-delayed before the 3rd Trampoline World Cup 2019, September 19-21 in the Siberian Khabarovsk also the Russian State Championships take place there.
So far, 73 men and 53 women have registered for the World Cup. Germany is represented there with Matthias Pfleiderer, Fabian Vogel, Lars Fritzsche and for the first time with Matthias Schuldt as a new P-squad member. For the women, Leonie Adam, Silva Müller and for the first time after their injury break Aileen Roesler...

25. June 2019
Minsk, BLR

The Trampoline and Aerobics competition kicked off on Monday in the Minsk Arena. In Aerobic Gymnastics, eight mixed pairs battled for the medals while in Trampoline the medals in men’s synchro and women’s individual were distributed. Exciting until the eighth and final routine, the men’s synchro final started with mistakes by two of the favourites: Belarussian World Champions Uladzislau Hancharou and Aleh Rabtsau and Russians Mikhail Melnik and Andrey Yudin.
Then France’s Allan Morante & Sebastien Martiny climbed to...