Jason
Burnett

World Record Holder. Daredevil. Olympic Medallist.

  • 2
  • Jul
  • 2014

 

Last week I competed at the World Cup competition in Arosa, Switzerland. In the finals I competed a quadrifus pike (quadruple front flip, with a half turn, in the pike position), which has never been successfully competed before. I struggled to control my landing, and had to sub the rest of my routine, but still ended up in 5th place. This result was a little disappointing but nonetheless, I love competing, love traveling, and can’t wait to try it again!

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  • 3
  • Jun
  • 2014

At the 2014 Canadian Trampoline and Tumbling Championships I competed quad pike for the first time in the Team competition. Team Ontario took home the gold and clearly has some very enthusiastic supporters…

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  • 2
  • May
  • 2014

Working on some new stuff on the Super Tramp. There have been a few bumps in the road. Here’s a good one. Probably one of the craziest bails I’ve done in a long time. Enjoy!

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  • 19
  • Nov
  • 2013

I was forced to withdraw from the 2013 Trampoline and Tumbling World Championships due to injury. I will have to leave the spectators and judges with this final performance from the 2013 Loule World Cup. I am well on my way to recovery and I will be strong and healthy for next year. Can’t wait to be back on the trampoline!

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  • 24
  • Aug
  • 2013

Canada Cup was the last of three national team trials that decide the World Cup and World Championship teams. I struggled a bit in prelims, but came back strong in the finals. I placed 2nd behind one of the Japanese athletes who was invited to the competition.

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  • 17
  • Jun
  • 2013

 

I was getting a little bored of doing the same old routines every day at training so I decided to switch it up. Here are a few BIG TRICKS I’ve been playing around with. Half full full, full full full, full in andy out, randi our trif, and full full rudi in SLOW MOTION! Thanks for filming Sammy!

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