6. September 2003
Prag/Tschechische Republik

The reigning world Champion Anna Dogonadze from Germany (Bad Kreuznach) was the winner of the third world cup of the circuit 2003/04 this weekend in Prague (Czech Republic).
Behind the Russian Chernova the Canadian Caren Cockburn won the bronze medal.
Olympic Champion Alexander Moskalenko crashed in the qualification round, so the Ukrainian Juri Nikutin was the winner in the men's Olymic individual category....
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4. September 2003
Prague/Czech Republik

Prague, September 5 - 6:
Attractive spectacle offer the top European and world trampolinists from 28 countries, which come to Prague to compete for the points of current World Cup series 2002-2003 on the beginning of September.

Neither acting European and world champions nor the Olympic champions from Sydney 2000 will not absent in the competition and the Prague audience will probably see also the majority of athletes which will compete in the Summer Olympic Games in...

30. August 2003

This weekend in Ostende, Belgium took place theTrampoline World Cup of the international circuit 2003/2004.
It was the second event this year after the 1st WORLD CUP in Paris in the middle of June 2003 and before the coming 3rd WORLD CUP in Prague next weekend (Sep 5 - 6)
The complete tops of the world started there, because these events are last tests in preparation on the World Championships in Hanover, October...

3. July 2003

Kurt Bächler
27th August 1919 – 22nd June 2003
(fig)-- It is with great sadness that we have to inform the International Gymnastics and Trampoline family of the sudden death of our dear friend Kurt Bächler (SUI). Kurt was, and will always be known and remembered as the “Father of Trampolining”.

15. June 2003

The Russian Olympic Trampoline Champion Alexander Moskalenko won the individual category of the first world cup event of the new circuit 2003/04 in Paris this weekend.
With the same points, but on second place came the Japanese Takayuki Kawanishi and than came Dimitri Poliarush (BLR) and German Khnytchev (RUS), also with the same score on third place, only with a difference of 0,1.
The women's Olympic individual category was dominated by the current world champion Anna Dogonadze from...