Well, once again I have an interview series… After I interviewed Gonçalo Roque, I got in touch with Kinga Grześków so I could have both sides of the story behind “Duo Destiny”.
Thank you so much for the opportunity Kinga!
Hello, Trampoline enthusiasts!
Where you aware that Triffis Alkmaar will be organizing a new elite trampolining competition – The Dutch Trampoline Open. This will be a 2-day competition with all WAGC age groups, senior, synchronized and team events.
Every four years after the Olympic Games, sports such as gymnastics receive a boost in membership and participant numbers due to the excitement generated by one of the few events in this world that brings so many nations together in such a positive way. Boys want to run as fast a Bolt, little girls want the artistic strength, skill and beauty of Biles and everyone just marvels at the brilliance of Phelps.
Once more I’m back with a new interview. This time I had the opportunity to talk with Gonçalo Roque, an International level Acrobatic Gymnast (with some great achievements to prove it) turned cirque performer.
Make sure you check Kinga Grześków’s interview for her side of the story!
Thank you so much Gonçalo for sharing your wonderful experiences with us!
With the horrible and disgusting recent act of a parent trainer cowardly punching a teenage volunteer referee, I thought I’d take the opportunity express my thoughts on my personal experiences, views and how being involved in sport has affected me over my lifetime.
In a relationship with gymnastics for the last 64 years, Per traded his 70’s world’s appearance as a trampolinist to take part in the 2014’s edition as Trampoline Pundit’s photographer.
Let’s meet the man behind the camera!
After talking to my friend Nuno Merino I felt obligated to brush up on my Olympic Trampoline Gymnastics history and, as soon as I began reading, a list of facts started piling up in the back of my mind. Funny how I could relate those facts with a number (when? How many?).
So, with no more delays, here is the “LIST OF 8 FACTS EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT OLYMPIC TRAMPOLINE GYMNASTICS”
This week (yes, two weeks in a row) I had the pleasure to interview a fellow coach and accomplished athlete that was the first Portuguese Trampoline Gymnastics Olympian.
Thank you Nuno Merino for the opportunity and for all the help on making this post possible.
I Hope all of you enjoy the interview.
After a big break from writing on RSCoach Blog (mostly due to lack of time) I am proud to post one of the most overdue posts in my blog’s short history.
After I interviewed Leigh Hennessy Robson I felt the need to talk with the rest of the Trampoline Pundit team for worlds and make a triology out of it (Star Wars much?!).
Don’t forget to check the final chapter of this triology – Per Lindström .
I had the pleasure of interviewing Catherine Tracy. A gymnastics coach who has recently started her own business – Get Gymspired – covering gymnastics competitions (What a dream come true!)
Let’s learn a little more about Catherine Tracy’s history in Trampoline Gymnastics and her experience contributing for Trampoline Pundit.
This is just a quick post to share some of the Portuguese Routines and passes at the 2014 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships at Daytona Beach.