references

  • 5 Olympic
    Games
  • 2 Youth Olympic
    Games
  • 22 World
    Championships
  • 21 European
    Championships
  • 32 World
    Cups
  • 35 (Inter)national
    Competitions

references

The first choice in trampoline sports - Eurotramp equipment has been the preferred equipment for national and international trampoline competitions for over 50 years. Countless World Cups as well as national and international championships, World and European Championships and even major international events such as the Olympic Games place their trust in the proven Eurotramp quality. Here you will find an overview of all upcoming and past competitions on Eurotramp trampolines worldwide:

olympic games

  • 2021 Olympic Games (Tokyo / Japan)
  • 2016 Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro / Brazil)
  • 2008 Olympic Games (Beijing / China)
  • 2004 Olympic Games (Athens / Greece)
  • 2000 Olympic Games (Sydney / Australia)

youth olympic games

  • 2018 Youth Olympic Games (Buenos Aires / Argentina)
  • 2010 Youth Olympic Games (Singapore / Singapore)

world championships

  • 2019 World Championships (Tokyo / Japan)
  • 2018 World Championships (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2017 World Championships (Sofia / Bulgaria)
  • 2015 World Championships (Odense / Denmark)
  • 2014 World Championships (Daytona Beach / United States of America)
  • 2013 World Championships (Sofia / Bulgaria)
  • 2010 World Championships Double-Minitramp (Metz / France)
  • 2009 World Championships (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2007 World Championships Double-Minitramp (Quebec / Canada)
  • 2005 World Championships (Eindhoven / Netherlands)
  • 2003 World Championships (Hannover / Germany)
  • 2001 World Championships (Odense / Denmark)
  • 1999 World Championships (Sun City / South Africa)
  • 1998 World Championships (Sydney / Australia)
  • 1996 World Championships (Vancouver / Canada)
  • 1994 World Championships (Porto / Portugal)
  • 1992 World Championships (Auckland / New Zealand)
  • 1990 World Championships (Essen / Germany)
  • 1988 World Championships (Birmingham / United Kingdom)
  • 1986 World Championships (Paris / France)
  • 1982 World Championships (Bozeman / United States of America)
  • 1972 World Championships (Stuttgart / Germany)

european championships

  • 2018 European Championships (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2016 European Championships (Valladolid / Spain)
  • 2012 European Championships (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2010 European Championships (Varna / Bulgaria)
  • 2008 European Championships (Odense / Denmark)
  • 2006 European Championships (Metz / France)
  • 2004 European Championships (Sofia / Bulgaria)
  • 2002 European Championships (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2000 European Championships (Eindhoven / Netherlands)
  • 1998 European Championships (Dessau / Germany)
  • 1998 European Championships (Copenhagen / Denmark)
  • 1997 European Championships (Eindhoven / Netherlands)
  • 1995 European Championships (Antibes / France)
  • 1993 European Championships (Sursee / Switzerland)
  • 1991 European Championships (Poznan / Poland)
  • 1987 European Championships (Braga / Portugal)
  • 1985 European Championships (Groningen / Netherlands)
  • 1983 European Championships (Burgos / Spain)
  • 1981 European Championships (Brighton / United Kingdom)
  • 1979 European Championships (Paris / France)
  • 1977 European Championships (Essen / Germany)

world cups

  • 2020 World Cup (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2019 World Cup (Minsk / Belarus)
  • 2019 World Cup (Valladolid / Spain)
  • 2019 World Cup (Khabarovsk / Russia)
  • 2019 World Cup (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2018 World Cup (Maebashi / Japan)
  • 2018 World Cup (Arosa / Switzerland)
  • 2018 World Cup (Brescia / Italy)
  • 2017 World Cup (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2017 World Cup (Minsk / Belarus)
  • 2017 World Cup (Valladolid / Spain)
  • 2016 World Cup (Arosa / Switzerland)
  • 2016 World Cup (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2016 World Cup (Coimbra / Portugal)
  • 2016 World Cup (Brescia / Italy)
  • 2015 World Cup (Loule / Portugal)
  • 2015 World Cup (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2015 World Cup (Valladolid / Spain)
  • 2014 World Cup (Arosa / Switzerland)
  • 2014 World Cup (Minsk / Belarus)
  • 2013 World Cup (Odense / Denmark)
  • 2013 World Cup (Valladolid / Spain)
  • 2012 World Cup (Arosa / Switzerland)
  • 2012 World Cup (Albacete / Spain)
  • 2012 World Cup (Sofia / Bulgaria)
  • 2011 World Cup (Saint Petersburg / Russia)
  • 2011 World Cup (Kawasaki / Japan)
  • 2011 World Cup (Odense / Denmark)
  • 2011 World Cup (Varna / Bulgaria)
  • 2011 World Cup (Salzgitter / Germany)
  • 2009 World Cup (Salzgitter / Germany)
  • 2001 World Cup (Odense / Denmark)

other national & international competitions

  • 2019 SCALABISCUP (Santarém / Portugal)
  • 2019 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2018 African Championships (Cairo / Egypt)
  • 2018 SCALABISCUP (Santarém / Portugal)
  • 2018 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2017 The World Games (Wrocław / Poland)
  • 2017 6th International Alpencup (Salzburg / Austria)
  • 2017 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2016 International Frivolten Cup (Herrljunga / Sweden)
  • 2016 5th International Alpencup (Salzburg / Austria)
  • 2016 Pan American Championships (Bogotá / Colombia)
  • 2016 SCALABISCUP (Santarém / Portugal)
  • 2016 SCALABISCUP (Santarém / Portugal)
  • 2016 Indo Pacific Championships (Napier City / New Zealand)
  • 2016 Pacific Rim Championships (Everett / United States of America)
  • 2015 4th International Alpencup (Salzburg / Austria)
  • 2015 European Games (Baku / Azerbaijan)
  • 2015 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2015 World Gymnaestrada (Helsinki / Finland)
  • 2015 SCALABISCUP (Santarém / Portugal)
  • 2014 Asian Games (Incheon / South Korea)
  • 2014 Indo Pacific Championships (Johannesburg / South Africa)
  • 2014 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2014 3rd International Alpencup (Salzburg / Austria)
  • 2014 3rd Asian Championships (Tokyo / Japan)
  • 2014 12th African Championships (Walvis Bay / Namibia)
  • 2013 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2013 The World Games (Santiago de Cali / Colombia)
  • 2012 International Friendship Cup (Jablonec nad Nisou / Czech Republic)
  • 2012 11th African Championships (Pretoria / South Africa)
  • 2012 12th Asian Junior Championships (Bangkok / Thailand)
  • 2011 World Gymnaestrada (Lausanne / Switzerland)
  • 2011 International Friendship Cup (Kladno / Czech Republic)
  • 2010 10th African Championships (Walvis Bay / Namibia)
  • 2006 Asian Games (Doha / Qatar)

all references at a glance!

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