Administrators reported the health of Tasmanian trampolining to be hitting new heights after the state club championships wrapped up in Launceston.
Day two of the titles at Launceston PCYC saw the level five, six and seven trampoline, double-mini and synchronised events followed by level six and seven international tumbling.
After another hectic but successful day at the versatile Abbott Street venue, state coach Ben Kelly was delighted with how the competition had gone.
"We had good numbers in levels five to seven today and the same with three and four on Saturday," he said.
"So the sport has really bounced back since the pandemic with good representation in the men's and women's which is really healthy.
"And it was great to see Devonport Gymnastics competing at state level.
"So I think we're in a good state for the coming years."
With competitors seeking to qualify for Australian championships, one of the standout performers on Sunday was Finley Webster who won the level six men's trampoline, double-mini and synchronised with James Harvey, also from Eastside in Rokeby.
In the tumbling, Kingborough's Tristan Styles won the junior under-17 international and Madison McCulloch claimed the women's event.
Sam Leary, also of Kingborough, won the youth under-15 international tumbling and Hayley Webberley, of Hobart Gymnastics Academy, won the level six women's tumbling.
Grace Culhane, of Launceston PCYC, was the pick of the home-club performers, taking out the level five women's trampoline.
The team award was won by Kingborough with Launceston PCYC in second place.
With the Gymnastic Australia National Clubs Carnival cancelled due to the COVID outbreak in September this year, this event represented the first trial Tasmanian trampoline gymnasts had for the 2022 Australian Gymnastics Championships to be held on the Gold Coast.
The event saw the re-introduction of synchronised trampoline competition since the COVID pandemic began with the last synchronised event being the 2019 state club championships.
Last month, Gymnastics Tasmania had took part in Special Olympics Australia's Youth Carnival in Devonport.
Attended by 88 participants from five schools from the North of the state, students with an intellectual disability rotated through four different physical activity stations, each aimed at building confidence, coordination, social engagement and being active.
For more information about the sport visit http://tas.gymnastics.org.au or find Gymnastics Tasmania on Facebook.
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