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Cottbus Trampoline World Cup Series

The world's best trampolinists gathered this weekend in Cottbus, Germany. The final stage of the Trampoline World Cup was decisive for qualification for the Paris 2024 Games next July. The athletes outdid themselves to secure the last few places to represent their country at the most prestigious sporting event.

Every touch, every turn and every second of flight time was crucial in the quest for Olympic qualification. The pressure was on, but the competitors channelled their energy into exceptional performances.

Full house for China with 5 gold medals! In the men's and women's individual events, China dominated the competition. In the men's event, Langyu Yan (61.87 pts) and Zisai Wang (61.80 pts) took 1st and 2nd place respectively. They won ahead of neutral international athlete Ivan Litvinovich (61.33 pts) in 3rd place.

In the women's event, Yicheng HU (56.47 pts) won ahead of her compatriot Xueying ZHU (56.66 pts). Neutral international athlete Iana Lébédéva (56.47 pts) rounded off the podium.

In the women's synchronised event, the Chinese pair won ahead of the American and German pairs.

In the men's event, the German pair dominated the competition, beating the Japanese and American pairs.

Our two French pairs were unable to repeat their excellent performances of the previous day's qualifying rounds.

Allan Morante and Julian Chartier took 8th place after falling in the final. Laura Paris and Cléa Brousse finished in 7th place.

In the girls' event, Marine Jurbert finished 26th, Laura Paris was 35th, Marine Prieur 55th and Cléa Brousse 59th (48.350 pts).

They will still have a chance of qualifying for the Games at the European Championships next week in Guimarães, Portugal.

The French men's trampoline team will be aiming to complete a hat-trick of titles by winning the team title, following on from their excellent performances at the European Championships in Rimini (ITA) in 2022 and last year at the World Championships in Birmingham. We wish them every success!

The verdict is in! Even though the French team has known for several months that it would inevitably obtain a non-nominative quota in both the women's and men's events, it had to wait until the end of the last of the 5 qualifying World Cup stages to validate the Olympic tickets. Pierre Gouzou and Léa Labrousse have done just that.

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