Gluckstein represented the U.S. in men’s trampoline at the 2012 London Olympic Games and was selected as the alternate for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
An 11-time U.S. trampoline champion across individual and synchronized events and a six-time World Championships team member, in 2009, Gluckstein became one of the first American trampolinists to win an International Gymnastics Federation World Cup Series event when he and partner Logan Dooley secured men’s synchronized gold at the Ostend World Cup in Belgium. The pair went on to capture the 2010 series crown. Gluckstein also picked up a silver medal in men’s individual trampoline at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto.
Following his retirement in 2016, Gluckstein has remained active in the sport as a coach at his former club, Elite Trampoline Academy, and as the U.S. Junior National Team Coordinator. His brother, Jeffrey, and wife, Camilla, are also elite trampolinists. Gluckstein resides in Atlantic Heights, N.J., and holds a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers Business School.