The world changes quickly! This week the world protests, but the coronavirus pandemic is still lurking. National and International athletic events have been cancelled and athletes remain challenged by the restrictions each country has leveled to keep their citizens safe.
Last week Acrobatic Sports reached out to UK DMT Champion Kim
Like jumping on a trampoline, the world is upside-down these days. The novel coronavirus sweeping across the globe has driven us to make important sacrifices to keep ourselves, family and neighbors safe from the illness. Our familiar lifestyles and activities are on an indefinite holding pattern, if not changed forever.
It’s hard to believe that it was eight years ago that Epke Zonderland stunned the world into silence with his spectacular performance on the high bar at the London 2012 Olympics.
That thrilling, high-risk routine, which contained three consecutive release and catch moves, not only earned him the nickname “the Flying
Eight years ago, British gymnast Sam Oldham appeared to be on top of the world. He, along with Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Kristian Thomas and Daniel Purvis, had won Great Britain's first ever gymnastics Olympic team medal when they took bronze at London 2012.
But everything was not as well as it seemed,
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China has set its eyes on a clean sweep of the trampoline gold medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, a top sports official said.
"Our goal is to pocket both men's and women's gold medals in trampoline, just as we did at Beijing 2008," said Miao Zhongyi, president of the
Angelina Melnikova was the star of the artistic gymnastics show walking away with three medals, one gold and two silver, in the apparatus finals.
From the moment she started on vault, the Russian gymnast looked calm and as she began winning her medal, the smiles got bigger, there were giggles and
Samir Ait Said is determined to win a medal at the Minsk 2019 European Games so he can fulfil a promise that he made to his late father.
So far, the French gymnast is living up to the challenge after finishing first in rings in the men's qualifications.
"I have not been
At 27 years old, Becky Downie believes it is all about pacing herself as she competes with women as much as 10 years her junior at the Minsk 2019 European Games.
For example, the leader at the end of the women's individual all-around qualifications, Russia’s Angelina Melnikova, is just 18 years
Rio 2016 Olympics champion Uladzislau Hancharou is the favourite to jump to the top of the podium when he bounces at the second European Games.
Having won the silver medal in the men's individual competition at Baku 2015, Hancharou is hoping to go one better and will be cheered on by