DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 14, 2014 – Team USA picked up four medals on the second day of competition at the 2014 Trampoline and Tumbling World Age Group Competitions, held at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Competition continues through Sunday, and fans worldwide can watch the action live at TTWorlds.com/live.
In women’s 17-18 double mini-trampoline, Madi Webster of Washington, Ind./Tumbling Express, won her second straight gold medal on the event with a 69.600. Mikala Collier of Mapleton, Utah/High Altitude, finished with a 65.500 to take the bronze.
Stewart Pritchard of Greensboro, N.C./Ultimate Air, won the silver medal in men’s 17-18 double mini-trampoline with a score of 68.900.
Alexander Paul of Honolulu, Hawaii/Hawaii TT, and Zachary Ramacci of Dyer, Ind./Midwest TT, posted a 39.000 to win the men’s 11-12 synchronized trampoline bronze medal.
Seating for the World Age Group Competitions is general admission every day, and an all-session pass is $45 (plus any applicable fees), with a single day pass for $20.
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