The U.S collected six medals, three of them gold at the 2023 Coimbra World Cup in Portugal over the weekend.

Ruben Padilla (Bluffdale, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) claimed two of the American gold medals in men’s double mini and synchronized trampoline with partner Aliaksei Shostak (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express). In double mini competition, Padilla topped the podium (30.100) ahead of Great Britain’s Omo Aikeremiokha and Portugal’s Tiago Sampaio Romao in second (29.500) and third (29.100).

Padilla and Shostak also led the way in synchronized trampoline with a 52.410. The German pair of Fabian Vogel and Caio Lauxtermann was second (51.210), with the Japanese pair of Hiroto Unno and Ryosuke Sakai third (51.010).

Miah Bruns (Crete, Ill./World Champions Centre) clinched the third gold for the U.S. in women’s tumbling, posting a 25.300 to lead Britain’s Naana Oppon in second (25.200) and Greece’s Alexandra Efraimoglou in third (25.200) following a tie-break.

Americans also picked up a pair of silver medals. The women’s duo of Nicole Ahsinger and Sarah Webster (both of Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) took silver in synchro with a 48.160, just behind Ena Sakurai and Kiko Tanaka of Japan in first with a 48.280 and Canada’s Rachel Tam and Samantha Smith in third with a 47.720. Kaden Brown (Herriman, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) notched a second-place finish in men’s tumbling with a 29.600. Azerbaijan’s Mikhail Malkin was first (30.800) and Portugal’s Vasco Peso third (22.900).

In women’s double mini competition, Jackie Kent (Downers Grove, Ill./Element Tumbling and Trampoline) earned bronze (24.700). Britain’s Kirsty Way topped the standings with a 26.600, Australia’s Cheyanna Robinson was second with 24.700, besting Kent in a tie break determined by their rankings in the first final round.

Men’s Double Mini Medalists

Women’s Double Mini Medalists

Men’s Tumbling Medalists

Women’s Tumbling Medalists

Men’s Synchro Medalists

Women’s Synchro Medalists