INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 13, 2010 – Logan Dooley of Lake Forest, Calif., and Steven Gluckstein of Atlantic Highlands, N.J., won the International Gymnastics Federation’s World Cup Series title for synchronized trampoline, a first for the United States. They took top honors for the seven-event series based on their one silver- and two gold-medal finishes.
“Logan and Steven have just been incredible, and this is an outstanding accomplishment,” said Steve Penny, president of USA Gymnastics. “We are so encouraged about their results both individually and as a team. They are raising the bar for trampoline in the United States, and are to be commended on their hard work and dedication.”
The twosome clinched the Series crown by winning the synchronized trampoline title at the World Cup in Albacete, Spain, and the Nissen Cup in Davos Switzerland, as well as finishing second at the World Cup in Loule, Portugal.
In individual trampoline, Gluckstein finished 12th in the World Cup standings, with Dooley placing 14th.
The World Cup Series for trampoline features seven events, and the overall champion and rankings are determined based on each athlete’s accomplishments at those events.