- Trampoline Qualification 2 Results
- Finals Results: Trampoline | Tumbling | Double Mini | Synchro
- Photo Galleries: W TR Qual 2 | M TR Qual 2 | TU, DM, SY Finals | Awards
- Webcast Replay
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Americans won five gold medals on the final day of the 2023 West Palm Beach World Cup, including men’s and women’s tumbling, men’s and women’s double mini, and women’s synchronized trampoline. Saturday’s competition concluded a three-day event that is the penultimate stop for this year on the Paris 2024 qualifying circuit.
Miah Bruns (Crete, Ill./World Championships Centre) won the first American medal of the day, taking home the gold in women’s tumbling with a score of 25.900. France took home the other two medals with Candy Briere-Vetillard (25.500) and Manon Morancais (25.100) finishing second and third, respectively. Nastia Katchalova (Lakeland, Fla./Elite World Gymnastics) finished fourth with a score of 22.800.
In men’s tumbling, Kaden Brown (Herriman, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) earned the second U.S. gold medal of the day with a score of 28.800. Azerbaijan earned the other two medals in the event, with Adil Hajizada finishing second (28.00) and Tofig Aliyev (26.600) third. Kaleb Cave (Columbia, Md./Dynamite Gymnastics) placed fifth with a score of 26.900 and did not qualify for the second final.
Shelby Nobuhara (Mapleton, Utah/High Altitude) earned the third American gold of the day, topping the standings in women’s double mini trampoline with a 25.600. Ashley Anaka (24.100) and Hannah Metheral (23.200), both of Canada, earned silver and bronze medals, respectively, while American Aliah Raga (Denton, Md./Dynamite Gymnastics) finished fifth with a score of 21.600.
Tomas Minc (Chevy Chase, Md./Dynamite Gymnastics) earned the USA’s fourth gold medal of the day with a 29.000 on double mini trampoline, followed by Ruben Padilla (Bluffdale, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) earning a silver medal with a 26.600. Canada’s Nolan Zurek rounded out the medals, earning a bronze with a score of 26.200.
In women’s synchro, the tandem of Nicole Ahsinger (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) and Sarah Webster (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) claimed the U.S. delegation’s fifth gold medal of the day with a score of 48.550. Brazil’s Camilla and Alice Gomes finished second with 48.360, while the team of Jessica Pickering and Abbie Watts was third with a score of 47.510.
Men’s synchronized trampoline finished the day with the American team of Aliaksei Shostak (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) and Padilla landing seventh, scoring 48.980.
Five Americans participated in Saturday morning’s second qualifying round for individual trampoline but were unable to advance to the final. On the women’s side, Jessica Stevens (Ellicott City, Md./Fairland Gymnastics) was 10th with a 54.030; Ahsinger was 12th with a score of 53.600; and Webster finished 24th (11.110). Neither U.S. man was able to complete a full routine in trampoline, with Padilla 21st and Shostak 24th.