World Trampoline Championships Round Up 2023

Posted by admin on November 23, 2023

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As we look back on our time at the FIG World Trampoline Championships 2023, we couldn't be prouder of the accomplishments of Team GB. It is the second time the UK has hosted the competition, offering everyone attending the event a picturesque setting in the heart of Birmingham.  


As the UK supplier for Eurotramp trampoline equipment, our role at the competition was to support Eurotramp, the events team at British Gymnastics, and the LOC at Birmingham City Council with the trampoline and DMT equipment. We are proud to have been a part of such a successful event.  


Our team worked tirelessly to set up the trampoline and DMT equipment ensuring it was in perfect condition for the athletes. During the event we worked with Eurotramp technicians to keep the equipment maintainedperfectly. You may have seen us testing springs throughout and replacing if they were not at peak performance! Our hard work paid off as Team GB delivered outstanding performances in various disciplines. 



One of the highlights of the championships was the women's tumbling team, who won gold. Shanice Davidson, Naana Oppon, Saskia Servini, and Megan Kealy showcased their skills and teamwork, securing the top spot on the podium. Their victory is a testament to their dedication and hard work.

On the men's side, Kristof Willerton, Jaydon Paddock, William Cowen, and Fred Teague secured a silver medal in the tumbling team final. They fought hard and displayed exceptional tumbling technique, earning well-deserved recognition for their efforts.


The men's DMT team also secured a bronze medal, with Daniel Berridge, Marshall Frost, Lewis Gosling, and Omo Aikeremiokha putting on a strong performance. Their dedication and teamwork were evident, and they showcased their skills magnificently.


Molly McKenna, Kirsty Way, Bethany Williamson, and Ruth Shevelan also achieved a bronze medal in the women's DMT team finals. They displayed incredible technique, capturing the audience's attention throughout the competition.



In addition to team medals, there were several individual accolades for Team GB. Megan Kealy secured a silver, and Saskia Servini secured a bronze in the women's tumbling event, further highlighting her exceptional skills. Jaydon Paddock also took home a bronze medal in the men's tumbling, showcasing his exceptional tumbling ability.


The men's trampoline team also secured a bronze medal, with Corey Walkes, Peter Buravytskiy, Andrew Stamp, and Zak Perzamanos displaying exceptional trampoline skills. Their exercises and high-flying acrobatics were impressive, earning them a well-deserved spot on the podium.



Isabelle Songhurst and Bryony Page also brought home a bronze medal in the women's synchronized trampoline event. Their synchronized routines showcased their incredible athleticism and chemistry, earning them well-deserved recognition for their outstanding performances.



Womens trampoline gold for Bryony Page was a real highlight for us. The gold medal-winning performance in the women's trampoline competition was the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. Her impeccable technique, combined with her exceptional gymnastic skills, propelled her to the top of the podium. Page's performance left a lasting impression on the spectators, captivating the audience with her precision and agility.



Let’s not forget the impressive bronze medal for team GB in the all-around competition event. 


Overall, our time at the world championships was an incredible experience, and we are immensely proud of our role in supporting Team GB. Their achievements have made us even more committed to supporting them in their pursuit of excellence.


If you are based in the UK and want to train on the same Eurotramp Ultimate equipment the World champions competed on, contact a member of the team today. 


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