Steve Gluckstein — the sole male U.S. Olympian for trampoline in 2012 — demos high-flying moves and shows why his sport isn’t just a kid’s backyard pastime.
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8 Replies to “Trampoline: The Most Misunderstood Olympic Sport?”
Yes finally someone understands trampoline gymnastics, I am in a kids beginner non-competitive group and it is a blast.
You are no Ronnie Marriet or Stuart Ransom.
I tore my acl on a trampoline
why USA wants to be good in every sports ???
Tanner braungardt can do that
"He is also one of the laziest…" DANG, shots fired by your own brother.
Compete against brother for olympics, they should make more openings!
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