Innovation and review of 2017 Worlds head Trampoline TC agenda
The Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Committee undertook an in-depth review of the 2017 World Championships in Sofia (BUL) as it began making preparations for November’s next edition in St Petersburg (RUS) and fine-tuned proposals for new events during its meeting 24-27 February in Lausanne.More
February 2018 World of Gymnastics magazine now online!
The February 2018 World of Gymnastics magazine is now available online. Check it out!More
A meeting with the Ambassadors: Irina Karavaeva and Alexander Moskalenko
When the FIG decided to have Gymnastics Ambassadors at its flagship events for the first year in 2017, Irina Karavaeva and Alexander Moskalenko were obvious choices. The two great friends perfectly fulfilled the roles at the Trampoline World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. So let us have a ...More
Thank you !
In a letter adressed to the Gymnastics community, FIG President Morinari Watanabe expresses his gratitude to all the stakeholders who have contributed to promote the sport this year.More
New heights for Danish Tumbling at Sofia Worlds
On the back of Denmark’s first ever World medals in Tumbling, National coach Michael Moselund Jensen is optimistic that the discipline will continue taking off in his country.More
For South Africa's Zoonekynd, a World title in the wake of a scary car crash
Bianca Zoonekynd certainly wasn’t expecting to walk out of Sofia’s Arena Armeec as a World champion Sunday. She was just glad she could walk at all.More
Gao Lei retains Trampoline title and Piatrenia finally clinches gold as curtain falls on 2017 Worlds
One year after taking bronze at the Olympic Games, Gao Lei kept his world crown in men’s Trampoline on the last day of the Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Sofia. In the women’s competition, meanwhile, four-time Olympian Tatsiana Piatrenia finally clinched the first individual gold ...More