• Home
  • News
  • Trampoline World Champs underway tomorrow

Trampoline World Champs underway tomorrow

6 November 2013

GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE: Having completed a five day preparation camp in the UK, the Australian trampoline team are ready to take on the World's best in Bulgaria.
 
Monday 28 October saw 10 of Australia's best trampoline and double mini trampoline (DMT) athletes depart for an intensive preparation camp in the UK.

The Team focused heavily on competition preparation at the camp, which proved successful with all athletes completing their routines and passes with ease. The World Championships will be held on Eurotramp Ultimate equipment, which the team were fortunate to be able to train on and adapt quickly to in Gillingham.

The trampoline team consisted of 2012 Olympian Blake Gaudry and teammates Ty Swadling, Will Morris
and Jack Penny.

Gaudry and Ty Swadling competed at the 2009, 2010 and 2011 World Championships. Additionally, Penny has previously competed in the DMT and made the final at the 2010 World Championships. Morris made his debut at this level in 2011.

The delegation have travelled to Sofia, Bulgaria, where unusally warm weather has welcomed them to the city. Podium Training begun on 4 November and competition commences with the Individual Trampoline events on Thursday 7 November.

Related News

Aussies continue strong form in Birmingham

Aussies continue strong form in Birmingham

21 August 2017

Patrick Tiernan (Qld) and Jordan Williamsz (Vic) have carried their London 2017 form to the IAAF Diamond League in Birmingham (GBR), with the middle-distance duo contending in the men’s 3000m and men’s mile respectively.

Australia crowned kings of Asia in first FIBA Asia Cup

Australia crowned kings of Asia in first FIBA Asia Cup

21 August 2017

Another complete team performance from the Australian Boomers has seen them claim the FIBA Asia Cup with a 79-56 victory over Iran, finishing their first foray into the tournament unbeaten with six consecutive wins

Fernon wins the world’s longest and toughest horse race in record time

Fernon wins the world’s longest and toughest horse race in record time

18 August 2017

London 2012 Olympian Edward Fernon has added winning the gruelling Mongol Derby to his impressive list of achievements.

Related Olympians

Blake Gaudry
Blake Gaudry

Blake Gaudry