In addition to Vinsant's success, Austin White of Irvine, Calif./World Elite Gymnastics, earned the silver medal in the men's double-mini trampoline final. Posting a final score of 72.800, White placed second for behind Brazil's Bruno Martini with a 73.300, with Evgeny Chernoivanov of Russia finishing third with a 71.800.
Additionally, the U.S. men's and women's double-mini teams won the bronze medals in the team finals.
The women started off the competition with Kristie Lowell of Orland Park, Ill./5 Star Tumbling and Trampoline, scoring a 33.600. Marina Moskalenko of Orlando, Fla./Stick It Gymnastics, and Erin Jauch of Crystal Lake, Ill./Fox Valley Tumbling and Trampoline, followed with a 33.800 and 33.400, respectively, placing the U.S. in third with a total of 100.800. Canada placed first with 104.100, and Portugal finished second with 102.900.
Joining Jauch, Lowell and Moskalenko on the U.S. women's double-mini trampoline team were Erica Owen of Mission Viejo, Calif./World Elite Gymnastics, and Sonia Shah of Indianapolis/Scamps Gymnastics (alternate).
For the men, Ryan Roberts of Ramona, Calif./Branch Gymnastics, scored a 24.200, as Austin White of Irvine, Calif./World Elite Gymnastics, followed with the third highest score of the men's competition with a 37.300. Kalon Ludvigson of Pocatello, Idaho/Team Revolution, finished off the men's competition with a 24.100, giving the U.S. a third-place finish of 85.600. Canada placed first with an earned score of 108.600, followed by Brazil in second with a 103.200.