2007

USAG Pro Member Background Check

The information concerning the background screening process for all USAG Professional Members has been posted under the "Coaches & Judges" section.

Ludvigson Captures Bronze Medal in Men's DMT

Kalon Ludvigson won the bronze medal in the finals of men's double-mini event at the 2007 World Championships. Russia and Canada captured gold and silver, respectively.

Estrada/Weston finish 4th in Synchro Finals

Chris Estrada and Ryan Weston finshed just one tenth out of medal contention placing fourth in the individual finals of the men's synchronized trampoline event at the 2007 World Champoinships. Japan, Australia, and Switzerland won the gold, silver, and bronze, respectively.

3 Team Medals for USA at World Championships

The U.S. women's tumbling team including Yulia Hall, Susannah Johnson, Kaitlin Tortorich, and Leanne Seitzinger are the 2007 World Champions after beating out Russia and Great Britain for the gold medal in the team finals event.

The U.S. men's double-mini team including Kalon Ludvigson, Josh Vance, Stephen Raymond, and Andrew Muzzarelli captured the silver medal behind Russia and ahead of Great Britain in the team finals event.

The U.S. women's double-mini team including Kaci Barry, Aubree Balkan, and Sarah Prosen captured the bronze medal behind Russia and Canada in the team finals event.

USA Women Qualify for 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing

Following the preliminary trampoline competition at the World Championships, the FIG announced the qualifying countries to the Olympic Games next summer, with the USA women earning a spot in Beijing.

World Championships Women's Tumbling Preliminary Results

The preliminary round of competition for women's tumbling concluded this morning. The U.S. team advances to the team finals with Yulia Hall and Kaitlin Tortorich advancing to the individual finals as well. The top five teams will compete in the team finals on Friday evening. Individual finals will be on Saturday. Results are as follows:

Team Results - Finalists:
1. 195.20 pts - Russia          
2. 189.40 pts - Great Britain  
3. 187.50 pts - United States
4. 185.20 pts - Ukraine         
5. 183.20 pts - Canada         

Individual Results - Finalists:
1. 67.10 pts - Korobeynikova Anna (RUS) 
2. 65.20 pts - Song Yehong (CHN)          
3. 65.10 pts - Hall Yulyia (USA)              
4. 65.10 pts - Tortorich Kaitlin (USA)       
5. 64.40 pts - Isupova Anastasia (RUS)   
6. 64.30 pts - Turner Sarah (GBR)           
7. 64.20 pts - Terenia Anna (BLR)
8. 64.20 pts - Chabanenko Elena (UKR)

World Championships Men's Double-Mini Preliminary Results

The preliminary round of competition for men's double-mini concluded this morning. The U.S. team advances to the team finals with Stephen Raymond and Kalon Ludvigson advancing to the individual finals as well. The top five teams will compete in the team finals on Friday evening. Individual finals will be on Saturday. Results are as follows:

Team Results - Finalists:
1. 218.00 pts - Russia
2. 215.60 pts - United States
3. 213.80 pts - Spain
4. 213.20 pts - Australia
5. 212.70 pts - Great Britain

Individual Results - Finalists:
1. 73.90 pts - Martini Bruno (BRA)
2. 73.40 pts - Ivanov Kirill (RUS )
3. 73.00 pts - Castanho Fabio (POR)
4. 72.60 pts - Borovikov Alexei (RUS)
5. 72.50 pts - Vachon Denis (CAN)
6. 72.20 pts - Scott-Beaulieu Michael (GBR)
7. 72.00 pts - Raymond Stephen (USA)
8. 71.80 pts - Ludvigson Kalon (USA)
9. 71.80 pts – Josh Vance (USA)

2007-2008 Region 3 Funding Policies posted

The USAG Region 3 Funding Policies for 2007-2008 have been posted along with the Travel Grant and Academic Scholarship Applications.

Congratulations to all Region 3 athletes who were named to the 2007 U.S. World Championship and World Age-Group teams.

Remember that athletes, coaches and judges attending international competitions may be eligible for funding and we invite you to review the funding policies to determine your eligibility and submit a Travel Grant Application. Please note that all approved funding will be in the form of a reimbursement after the competitions conclude and all proper paperwork and documentation is filed with the Region 3 office.

Estrada wins Pan American Games

The XV Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marked the return of Trampoline to the official program of the multi-sport event, a quadrennial competition similar to the Olympic Games, but only includes the countries within North, Central, and South America.



Chris Estrada won the Gold, while teammate Ryan Weston won the bronze for the U.S. in the men’s individual event. Canada’s Jason Burnett won the Silver medal.

In the women’s event, 2-time Olympic medalist Karen Cockburn of Canada won the Gold, followed by teammate Rosannagh MacLennan with the Silver, and Giovanna Matheus of Brazil with the Bronze.


More information can be found here.