National Teams

Trevor Stirling

  • Residence

    Kelowna, BC

    Curt De Wolff & Jamie Gardner

  • Coach(es)

Trevor Stirling

Birthplace: Kelowna, BC
Year of Birth: 1995
Club: Okanagan Gymnastics Centre
Favourite Event: Individual Trampoline
Sr. National Team since: 2016

Getting into the Sport: Started trampoline in 2007, after a year of watching his sister compete he decided that he wanted to, as well.

What he loves about gymnastics: How there is always room to learn new skills, even at the highest level, and that it is an individual sport, so results are based only off of how you performed.

Most Memorable Moment: First competition representing Canada at the Indo Pacific Championships in 2010; it introduced him to a whole new side of the sport.

Odds and Ends: Studies Electrical Engineering at the University of British Columbia - Okanagan… Would like make a significant contribution to the scientific community, most likely in the field of particle physics... Admires Tu Xiao for his perseverance and for pushing the limits of the sport...  Trevor was named the alternate athlete for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, BRA before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament at a competition.

Favourite Quote: "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan

Results

  • Year
  • Event Name
  • Achievement
  • 2016
  • World Cup (Brescia, ITA)
  • 37th Individual Trampoline
  • 2016
  • Canadian Championships (Edmonton, AB)
  • 2nd Individual Trampoline
  • 2016
  • Canada Cup (Kamloops, BC)
  • 7th Individual Trampoline
  • 2015
  • World Championships (Odense, DEN)
  • 85th Individual Trampoline, 23rd Team Trampoline
  • 2015
  • Canadian Championships (Calgary, AB)
  • 5th Individual Trampoline
  • 2014
  • Elite Canada (Kamloops, BC)
  • 2nd Synchronized Trampoline, 8th Individual Trampoline
  • 2014
  • Canadian Championships (Ottawa, ON)
  • 6th Individual Trampoline, 1st Synchronized Trampoline
  • 2013
  • World Age Group Competition (Sofia, BUL)
  • 48th Individual Trampoline (17-18)
  • 2013
  • Canadian Championships (Ottawa, ON)
  • 1st Synchronized Trampoline
  • 2012
  • Indo-Pacific Championships (Sydney, AUS)
  • 4th Individual Trampoline (17+)
  • 2012
  • Canadian Championships (Regina, SK)
  • 2nd Individual Trampoline (Youth)