Finalists in individual trampoline jumping announced at 28th FIG World Age Group Competitions in Baku

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By Trend The gymnasts who reached the final in the individual trampoline jumping among women in the 13-14 age group were named at the 28th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competitions in Baku, Trend reports on Nov. 25. Such gymnasts as Silvia Coluzzi (Italy), Sofiia Aliaeva (Russia), Maya Moeller (Germany), Alexandra Mytnik (US), Nadezda Chernysheva (Russia), Ava Dehanes (US), Yuka Tsuzuku (Japan), and Sakura Hadewara (Japan) reached the final. Azerbaijani gymnast Shafiga Humbatova didn’t qualify for the final in this program and took 32nd place by scoring 77.265 points. The 28th FIG…

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