Trampoline Sports |  Quebecers win bronze at the World Cup

Trampoline Sports | Quebecers win bronze at the World Cup

Quebec Trampoline Fans Bronze Medal Day at the World Cup in Coimbra, Portugal.

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Quebec Trampoline Fans Bronze Medal Day at the World Cup in Coimbra, Portugal. On Sunday, Sophiane Méthot placed third in the women’s singles event, while Jeremy Chartier and Rémy Aubin did the same in the men’s synchronization competition.

Méthot, of La Prairie, received a score of 53990 in the competition final won by Japan’s Chisato Doihata (56210). New Zealander Madeleine Davidson (54260) was second on the podium. British-Colombian Samantha Smith (52660) also reached the finals and ranked fifth.

Photo from the GYMNASTIQUE QUÉBEC website

Remy OPEN

The day before, Sarah Millett, of Longueuil, had finished qualifying in ninth.

In the men’s synchro, Chartier and Aubin had a score of 48,730, while New Zealanders Dylan Schmidt and Reagan Laidlaw (51180) took first place ahead of Japan’s Ryose Nishioka and Yamato Ishikawa (50,060).

Chartier (58350) missed another bronze medal by 0.490 points in the individual competition. The trampoline player from Montreal finished fourth in the event won by Ryusei Nishioka (60400) who ended his day winning two medals.

Photo by Oliver Jane, press archives

Jeremy Chartier

Aubin was in the playoffs on Saturday where he finished at 14e Rank.

The World Cup circuit will move to Switzerland, in Arosa, where events will resume next Friday.

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