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WATCH: Top trampoline moments from the 2016 Rio Olympic Games

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WATCH: Top trampoline moments from the 2016 Rio Olympic Games

The best moments from the trampoline competition in Rio

From a repeat champion from Canada to a surprise gold medalist from Belarus, the trampoline competition at the 2016 Rio Olympics had plenty of high-flying moments. Watch some of the most memorable routines.

Canada's Rosie MacLennan wins second straight gold

Four years after winning Canada's only gold medal at the London Olympics, MacLennan was chosen to lead her country's delegation into the 2016 Olympic Opening Ceremony. She made history yet again in Rio's competition, winning a second consecutive gold medal. Since trampoline's Olympic debut in 2000, no other athlete has won multiple gold medals.

Uladzislau Hancharou upsets Chinese champions

The 20-year-old from Belarus said that his goal for his Olympic debut is, "Maybe silver! I want to go gradually. Silver in Rio, and then after that, maybe gold." He exceeded his expectations, outscoring the 2012 Olympic champion and 2015 world champion to claim the top spot of the podium.

Dong Dong now has an Olympic medal of every color

China's Dong Dong completed his collection of Olympic medals with a silver in Rio. He won gold at the London Olympics and bronze at the Beijing Olympics.

Bryony Page first British athlete to win an Olympic medal in trampoline

25-year-old Page has never earned an individual medal at the world championships, but showed podium-worthy routines in Rio to win a silver medal. It was the first ever Olympic medal for a British trampoline athlete.

Fifth Olympics for Ekaterina Khilko

In Rio, Uzbekistan's Khilko became the first trampoline athlete to be a five-time Olympian. She's competed at every Games since the sport was added to the Olympic program in 2000.

Safe competition despite falls

While not every trampoline athlete was able to perform their routines in full--after falling or landing on the safety mats, the athlete must end their routine--none of the errors led to injury.

Logan Dooley and Nicole Ahsinger represent the U.S. with clean routines
Dooley, who was an alternate at the 2008 and 2012 Games before finally competing in Rio, finished 11th. Ahsinger, a 2014 Youth Olympian, finished 15th.

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