Ivan Litvinovich of Belarus and Russia’s Irina Kundius won the men’s and women’s titles in the Trampoline World Cup in Baku.
Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Litvinovich scored 61.850 to finish ahead of his compatriot Andrei Builou.
Builou was second with a score of 60.800, with Kazakhstan’s Daniil Mussabayev in third with 58.890.
In the women’s event, Kundius leapt to the top of the standings with a score of 53.900.
Azerbaijan’s Seljan Mahsudova put in a good performance but finished second, scoring 52.780.
Italy’s Giorgia Giampieri completed the podium with a score of 51.820.
After winning gold and silver in the individual men’s event, Litvinovich and Builou teamed up for the men’s synchronised competition.
The Belarusian pair went on to win gold with score of 52.810.
Russia’s Danila Kasimov and Kirill Kozlov took silver with 50.820. Diogo Abreu and Pedro Ferreira of Portugal claimed the bronze medal by 0.01, ahead of Gürkan Mutlu and Hussein Engin Yontucu of Turkey.
Sena Elchin Karakash and Sila Karakush won the women’s synchronised event.
The Turkish pair scored 44.140 to claim the gold medal, Sweden’s Tea Lillierut and Lina Sjoberg took silver with 42.030.
Russia’s Mary Golata and Alexandra Bonartseva won bronze on 32.790.
More than 60 athletes from 14 countries took part in the first FIG trampoline world cup of 2022.
The event is followed by world cups in Rimini, Italy (27-28 May), Coimbra, Portugal (25-26 June), Arosa, Switzerland (1-2 July) and St Petersburg, Russia (23-24 September).