Trampoline World Championships

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The Trampoline World Championships are the World Championships for trampolining. They were originally held annually from 1964–1968. The frequency was switched to biennially from 1970–1998. The admission of trampolining to the Olympic Games required a switch to holding the World Championship as a qualifier in the year before the Olympics from 1999.

Championship details[edit]

Year Edition Host City Country Men's Champion
(Individual Trampoline)
Women's Champion
(Individual Trampoline)
Events First in the Medal Table Second in the Medal Table Third in the Medal Table
1964 I London  Great Britain Dan Millman (USA) Judy Wills Cline (USA) 2  United States  England  South Africa
1965 II London  Great Britain Gary Erwin (USA) Judy Wills Cline (USA) 2  United States  West Germany  England
1966 III Lafayette  USA Wayne Miller (USA) Judy Wills Cline (USA) 6  United States  South Africa  West Germany
1967 IV London  UK David Jacobs (USA) Judy Wills Cline (USA) 4  United States  West Germany  United Kingdom
1968 V Amersfoort  Netherlands David Jacobs (USA) Judy Wills Cline (USA) 4  United States  West Germany  United Kingdom
1970 VI Bern   Switzerland Wayne Miller (USA) Renee Ransom (USA) 4  United States  South Africa  West Germany
1972 VII Stuttgart  West Germany Paul Luxon (GBR) Alexandra Nicholson (USA) 4  United States  United Kingdom  West Germany
1974 VIII Johannesburg  South Africa Richard Tison (FRA) Alexandra Nicholson (USA) 4  United States  West Germany  France
1976 IX Tulsa  USA Richard Tison (FRA) Svetlana Levina (URS) 8  United States  Soviet Union  France
1978 X Newcastle  Australia Evgeni Janes (URS) Tatiana Anismova (URS) 8  United States  Soviet Union  West Germany
1980 XI Brig   Switzerland Stewart Matthews (GBR) Ruth Keller (SUI) 8  United States  United Kingdom  West Germany
1982 XII Bozeman  USA Carl Furrer (GBR) Ruth Keller (SUI) 14  United States  Australia  United Kingdom
 West Germany
1984 XIII Osaka  Japan Lionel Pioline (FRA) Susan Shotton (GBR) 14  United States  Australia  United Kingdom
1986 XIV Paris  France Lionel Pioline (FRA) Tatiana Lushina (URS) 14  Soviet Union  United States  West Germany
1988 XV Birmingham  USA Vadim Krasnochapka (URS) Rusudan Khoperia (URS) 14  Soviet Union  United States  Australia
1990 XVI Essen  West Germany Alexander Moskalenko (URS) Elena Merkulova (URS) 14  Soviet Union  France  Australia
1992 XVII Auckland  New Zealand Alexander Moskalenko (RUS) Elena Merkulova (RUS) 14  Russia  United States  France
1994 XVIII Porto  Portugal Alexander Moskalenko (RUS) Irina Karavaeva (RUS) 14  Russia  United States  France
1996 XIX Vancouver  Canada Dmitri Poliaroush (BLR) Tatiana Kovaleva (RUS) 14  United States  France  Russia
1998 XX Sydney  Australia German Khnychev (RUS) Irina Karavaeva (RUS) 14  Russia  New Zealand  France
1999 XXI Sun City  South Africa Alexander Moskalenko (RUS) Irina Karavaeva (RUS) 14  Russia  Canada  Ukraine
2001 XXII Odense  Denmark Alexander Moskalenko (RUS) Anna Dogonadze (GER) 14  Russia  Ukraine  Portugal
2003 XXIII Hannover  Germany Henrik Stehlik (GER) Karen Cockburn (CAN) 14  Russia  Canada  United Kingdom
2005 XXIV Eindhoven  Netherlands Alexander Rusakov (RUS) Irina Karavaeva (RUS) 14  Russia  China  Portugal
2007 XXV Quebec  Canada Ye Shuai (CHN) Irina Karavaeva (RUS) 14  Russia  China  Canada
2009 XXVI Saint Petersburg  Russia Dong Dong (CHN) Huang Shanshan (CHN) 14  China  Russia  Portugal
2010 XXVII Metz  France Dong Dong (CHN) Li Dan (CHN) 8  China  Russia  Canada
2011 XXVIII Birmingham  UK Lu Chunlong (CHN) He Wenna (CHN) 14  China  Canada  Russia
2013 XXIX Sofia  Bulgaria Dong Dong (CHN) Rosie MacLennan (CAN) 14  China  United Kingdom  United States
2014 XXX Daytona Beach  USA Tu Xiao (CHN) Liu Lingling (CHN) 8  China  Russia  United States
2015 XXXI Odense  Denmark Gao Lei (CHN) Li Dan (CHN) 14  China  Russia  United States
2017 XXXII Sofia  Bulgaria Future event

All-time medal count[edit]

  • Last updated after the 31st Trampoline World Championships, in 2015.
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 70 36 35 141
2  United States 64 57 44 165
3  China 41 25 5 71
4  Soviet Union 25 13 9 47
5  France 20 22 25 67
6  Canada 16 25 28 69
7  Great Britain 16 25 26 67
8  Australia 14 16 18 48
9  West Germany 11 18 23 52
10  Portugal 11 7 9 27
11  Germany 8 14 13 35
12  Ukraine 7 12 12 31
13  New Zealand 7 4 1 12
14  Belarus 5 18 19 42
15  Japan 4 4 7 15
16  South Africa 2 8 17 27
17   Switzerland 2 4 5 11
18  Brazil 2 1 2 5
19  Poland 1 4 10 15
20  Netherlands 1 2 3 6
21  Bulgaria 1 2 2 5
22  Belgium 0 2 3 5
23  Spain 0 1 2 3
 Denmark 0 1 2 3
25  Sweden 0 1 1 2
26  Argentina 0 1 0 1
 Scotland(1) 0 1 0 1
28  Slovakia 0 0 1 1
 Uzbekistan 0 0 1 1
Notes
(1) Official documents from the International Gymnastics Federation credit a silver medal earned at the 1982 edition as a medal for Scotland, instead of Great Britain.[1][2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (2005). 125th Anniversary - The story goes on... FIG. 
  2. ^ FIG - Official historical results

External links[edit]