SOFIA, Bulgaria, Nov. 11, 2017 – Austin Nacey of Braidwood, Ill./TwistStars Tumbling and Trampoline, won the men’s double mini-trampoline silver medal today at the 2017 World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Competition concludes tomorrow in Sofia with the trampoline semi-finals, women’s double-mini final, men’s tumbling final, and the trampoline finals at 6:30 a.m. ET. Fans in the United States can watch live on the

A night after helping his team to the double-mini silver medal, Nacey added the silver in the individual final. Nacey was the bronze medalist in double-mini at the 2014 Worlds and today’s medal brings his career total to six World medals.

Russia’s Mikhail Zalomin took the gold medal with a 78.800, just ahead of Nacey’s 78.300 total. Russia’s Aleksandr Odintsov was the bronze medalist, totaling 76.900. Nacey’s first pass was a full-Rudi to a half-in tucked Triffus. He nearly stuck the landing to score 38.400. In his second pass, Nacey performed a tucked Triffus to a quadruple back tuck and stuck the landing. He earned a 39.900.

In the men’s tumbling team final, Team USA placed fourth. Great Britain took the gold with a 112.500, followed by China (111.300) and Denmark (101.500). Alex Renkert, Columbus, Ohio/Integrity Athletics, opened for the U.S. with a 35.700, tumbling two full-twisting double layouts and dismounting with a tucked double-double. Brandon Krzynefski, Centreville, Va./Capital Gymnastics National Training Center, added a 30.200. Nacey was last to go for the U.S., and tumbled two double layouts to a double back. He added a 34.200, giving the U.S. a total team score of 100.100.

The 2017 World Championships’ competition schedule is as follows.

Sunday, Nov. 12


  • Men’s and women’s trampoline semi-final, 6:30 a.m. ET
  • Women’s double mini-trampoline final, 8:05 a.m. ET
  • Men’s tumbling final, 8:35 a.m. ET
  • Women’s trampoline final, 9:25 a.m. ET
  • Men’s trampoline final, 9:55 a.m. ET

Ways to follow the action
Coverage of the World Championships will be posted on, including stories, photos and video, and on USA Gymnastics’ social media platforms.

Fans can watch the finals live on and through the Olympic Channel app on Sunday, Nov. 12, 6:30 a.m. ET.

The official website the World Championships is, and the FIG website is

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