19. March 2015
Aalsmeer (NED)

It has been 40 years since the very first Aalsmeer Flower Cup: four decades!
The 21st edition on March 21st will host top-class participants once again. Around 330 competitors from 17 different countries, some of them Olympic competitors, some brand new to international competitions.
The > starting list includes the definitive split between morning and afternoon prelims: numbers 342, 438 and 642 start in the afternoon. 
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16. November 2014
Daytona Beach, USA

After conclusion of the 30th World Championships of Trampoline & Tumbling 2014 for the elite, the so-called "World Ages Group Competitions 2014" (WAGC) now follow in the Ocean Florida Center of Daytona Beach (USA).
From 13th to 16th November over 600 junior athletes of the trampoline disciplines come together to determine their best, in the same disciplines like the elite categories.
The youth and junior athletes will start in their different age categories in Trampoline...

9. November 2014
Daytona Beach, USA

International highlight of trampoline gymnastics in the middle between the Olympics, the 30th World Championships in Trampoline & Tumbling, which took place for the 7th time on the American continent since 1964 and are aligned to the 5 times by the US Gymnastics Federation.
* TODAY: Final day in Daytona Beach / Florida (USA)
... all the daily coverages on our ►► GYMmedia WCh Website

23. October 2014
Greensboro, USA

Greensboro, N.C., will host the 2015 USA Gymnastics Championships, which showcases more than 1,600 of the country’s best gymnasts in acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling.
Scheduled for June 24-28, the five-day competition, which includes both Junior Olympic and elite levels, will be held at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. This will be the second major gymnastics event to come to Greensboro, which played host to the AT&T American Cup, the premier international event held in the United...

1. October 2014

* f i g --: For more than three decades, Michel Rouquette has been known as "The Voice" of Trampoline in France.
From his chance acquaintance with the still-new sport in 1963 to its Olympic ascension in 2000, Rouquette has experienced it all.
As a coach, promoter and above all announcer, in this exclusive interview Rouquette relives the years and recounts the stories of how Trampoline bounded to the heights it occupies today ...