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Freestyle Trampoline World Championships 2023

Many thanks to our livestream partners at Extreme / Unreel for their efforts to broadcast our event to the world!  And thanks to all of our brand partners and official trampoline supplier ~ EUROTRAMP Projects. 

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Here's what happened in 2023 . . .

Watch our full 1 hour Highlight Reel, with commentary from Ted Southworth & Tom Marchant; brought to you by Caffeine TV!

Check out some of our favourite highlights from the 2023 event below . . . . 

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LONDON, UK. August 3, 2023. The Freestyle Trampoline World Championships was back once again in Hackney, London, UK on August 2-3, 2023 at the historic Round Chapel.  In a very close battle, Robin Steiner from Switzerland (@flips_by_robin) representing UNIK PLAYGROUND and BERG emerged victorious with a score of 46.4 out of 50.0 on the 5²  EUROTRAMP custom freestyle trampoline stage, just narrowly topping contender Aleksi Sainio from Finland (@sainioaleksi) who placed 2nd (46.1) for the second year in a row.  Johannes Luethi (@johannesluethi) from Austria stunned the crowd with his 3rd place finish (44.8) to round out the podium.

Debuting this year was a ladies category for the first time in Freestyle Trampoline history. Ten woman were invited to compete from across Europe and America, with 9 attending.  They impressed the crowds with their skill level and their determination, representing all girl flippers around the world with style. Emerging victorious was Lyydia Peltomaki from Finland with a score of 42.2 just ahead of Nicole Steiner from Switzerland with 41.7 and rounding up the podium in third was Marlene Metzger from Austria with 39.80.  The FTA hopes their accomplishments will encourage more woman to enter into the world of freestyle trampoline and look forward to qualifying to compete in 2024. 


Austria, Switzerland and Finland certainly seemed to dominate the competition this year, although 12 countries were represented in total.  Previous World Champion, Sebastian Wennmalm from Sweden, was a favourite to place on the podium again this year, but a bad landing during the preliminary round on Wednesday night left him with a sore neck and he was not up to his usual standards during the semi-finals, placing 5th, just behind Robin Steiner, the eventual winner. Robin was sitting in fourth place after the semi-final round but then went on to win by landing the world's first quadruple twisting, quadruple backflip. 

We congratulate all of the athletes who competed this year and represented their countries so well.  See you all in 2024!

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