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Canadian team announced for the 2022 World Games in the double-mini trampoline and tumbling events

Canada will have four gymnasts participating in the 2022 World Games from July 15 to 18 in Birmingham, USA. The double-mini trampoline and tumbling events will begin on July 15 at 3PM local time in the Legacy Arena. The competition will continue at 3PM local time on July 16, and wrap-up on July 17 at 9AM local time.

The delegation for the World Games consists of the following members:

Gabby Flynn (Shasta Trampoline, BC)

Kieran Lupish (Burlington T&T, ON)

Taylor Pillinger (VIP Gymsports, BC)

Justin Thompson (Quinte Bay Gymnastics, ON)

Head of Delegation – Trish Quinney
Coaches – Curt DeWolff (DMT) and Nadio Bruno (TUM)
Judges – Karen Capel (TUM) and Jessica Walper (DMT)
IST – Kristin Boyle

The World Games is an international multi-sport competition held every four years in the year following the Summer Olympic Games. This year, more than 3,600 athletes from more than 30 different sports will compete in Alabama. To catch all the action, follow @twg2022 on social media.

More information about the event can be found here:

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For more information, contact:
Taylor Matthews
Gymnastics Canada

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