The U.S. trampoline and tumbling men claimed a quota spot to the Paris Olympic Games while Americans earned 25 total medals in international competition over the weekend.

T&T Cottbus World Cup

At the final Olympic qualifying World Cup for trampoline and tumbling, the U.S. men earned an quota spot to the summer Games in Paris based on ranking points, as announced by FIG Monday morning. In addition to an Olympic ticket, Americans also picked up a synchronized trampoline silver medal in final competition.

Aliaksei Shostak (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) secured an Olympic quota spot for the U.S. men after advancing to the individual trampoline final on Saturday. He placed eighth in the final round on Sunday with a 59.560. Langyu Yan of China was first with a 61.870.

The women’s duo of Nicole Ahsinger (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) and Sarah Webster (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) won synchro silver with a 48.580, close behind China in first with a 48.880. Germany was third with a 47.050. The U.S. men’s pair of Isaac Rowley (Allen, Texas/Eagle Gymnastics Academy) and Trevor Harder (Archdale, N.C./Carolina Elite Trampoline Academy) was sixth in their final with a 48.660. In the individual women’s final, Webster landed fifth (54.260) and Jessica Stevens (Ellicott City, Md./Fairland Gymnastics) seventh (52.780).

Ruben Padilla (Bluffdale, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) and Ava Hernando (Holmdel, N.J./Elite Trampoline Academy) were both active in qualifications.

RG Palaio Faliro World Cup

Rin Keys (Porter Ranch, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics) finished her first senior World Cup experience with a top-10 all-around finish and final round appearances at the 2024 Palaio Faliro World Cup in Greece.

Keys was seventh all-around with a combined 123.750 over two days of competition. Bulgarians Elvira Krasnobaeva (131.100) and Eva Brezalieva (130.350) went 1-2 on the podium, with neutral athlete Alina Harnasko taking bronze (125.000).

Keys advanced to both the ball and clubs finals on Sunday, where she placed fourth (32.000) and sixth (30.600), respectively.

MAG Berlin Jr. Team Cup

In men’s competition in Germany, the U.S. team of Dominic Camarena (Georgetown, Texas/Houston Gymnastics Associates), Xander Hong (Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy), Maksim Kan (Muskego, Wis./Salto Gymnastics Center) and Preston Ngai (Elk Grove, Calif./University of Illinois) collected a total of 14 medals across three age groups at the 2024 Berlin Jr. Team Cup.

Camarena accounted for six medals and Ngai five in their respective age groups. In Age Group 1, Ngai was all-around champion with a 79.450 ahead of Austria’s Alfred Schwaiger in second (78.800) and Italy’s Manuel Berettera in third (78.150). He also took gold on floor exercise (13.250) and vault (13.950), and silver on horizontal bar (13000) and pommel horse (13.750) where he tied with Austria’s Alfred Brother-in-law.

Camarena was the parallel bars champion in Age Group 3, taking the apparatus title with a 13.200. He was also the silver medalist in the all-around (70.850), on floor (12.450), pommel horse (12.400) still rings (12.700) and high bar (12.500).

Kan claimed the vault silver medal (12.200) and floor bronze medal (12.200) in Age Group 2, while Hong claimed parallel bars silver (13.050) in Age Group 1. The team was fourth in the team final with a 231.450. Austria was first with a 235.150.

MAG Grizzly Classic

The other U.S. delegation of junior men was busy in Canada where they picked up ten medals, including team gold, at the 2024 Grizzly Classic this past weekend.

Going head-to-head against Canada throughout the weekend, the team of Grant Bowers (Taylors, S.C./Hayden’s International Gymnastic Academy), Kiefer Hong (Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy), Justin Park (San Diego, Calif./Agility), Ty Rodriques (Knoxville, Tenn./GymTek Gymnastics) and Oleksandr Shybitov (Prospect Heights, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics) claimed team gold on the first night of competition with a 227.975. Canada took silver with a 226.175.

In the all-around, Park and Hong each earned a spot on the podium Friday evening, taking second and third. Park scored an overall 75.050 for silver and Hong a 74.775 for bronze. Canada’s Raphael Madore was first with a 75.475.

Park also secured three apparatus medals, winning rings gold (12.633) and silver on parallel bars (12.433) and high bar (12.333). Shybitov took parallel bars gold (12.500) and pommel horse silver with a 11.433, Rodriques high bar bronze with a 12.266 and Hong floor bronze with a 12.966.