ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov. 18, 2018 – Eleven U.S. athletes won a total of nine medals at the Trampoline & Tumbling World Age Group Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. Competition had finals in double mini-trampoline, trampoline, synchronized trampoline and tumbling in four age groups, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16 and 17-21.

A complete list of the U.S. medalists is listed below.

Gold medalists

  • 15-16 double mini-trampoline: Kayttie Nakamura, Hawaii Academy
  • 11-12 synchronized trampoline: Ksenia Karpushkina, Gymnastics du Sol & Logan McCoy, ETA
  • 13-14 synchronized trampoline: Ryan MacCagnan, Stars Gymnastics & Tomas Minc, Dynamite Gymnastics
  • 13-14 double mini-trampoline: Shelby Nobuhara, High Altitude

Silver medalists

  • 15-16 double mini-trampoline: Sydney Senter, Hawaii Trampoline and Tumbling
  • 15-16 tumbling: Grant Forsee, Elite World Gymnastics
  • 17-21 double mini-trampoline: Kellyn Euhus, Top Star
  • 13-14 double mini-trampoline: Changa Anderson, Silver Stars

Bronze medalists

  • 13-14 tumbling: Savanna Cecil, Premier Athletics

Day one medalists: Savanna Cecil, Sydney Senter, Kayttie Nakamura

Day two medalists: Grant Forsee, Ksenia Karpushkina/Logan McCoy, Kellyn Euhus

Day three medalists: Ryan MacCagnan/Tomas Minc

Day three medalists: Shelby Nobuhara, Changa Anderson

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