Ty Swadling

                                          
           

Starting relatively later than many, Ty Swadling was able to achieve success very quickly, competing in international competitions from a young age, and breaking the Blake Gaudry Trampoline domination when winning the 2011 senior title.

In 2013 Ty was a member of the Men's Trampoline team that won bronze at the World Championships in Bulgaria, and won bronze at the 2014 FIG Minsk World Cup Synchronised Trampoline competition with his brother and teammate, Shaun.

Ty represented Australia at the 2014 World Championships in Florida, USA, placing sixth in the final of the Men's Synchronised Trampoline Final with his brother Shaun Swadling.

Ty has shown great versatility in various Trampoline events nationally, not only taking out the 2011 senior title, but also the senior Double Mini Trampoline titles in 2006 and 2008, while his best Synchronised Trampoline result was first in 2016.

Ty is still coninuting to uphold his performance efforts and he is working hard, hoping to be selected for the 2017 TRP World Championships later this year. 

QUICK FACTS

Birthplace: Newcastle, NSW
Occupation: PDHPE Teacher
Nickname: Swadoggs
Sporting motto: Don't live to train, train to live
Most admired sportsperson: Brett Austin
Favourite sports team: "The Mighty Ducks"
Favourite music: Anything 90's
Favourite movie: X-Men

TRAINING INFORMATION

Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: 13 years old, watched Ji Wallace win silver in 2000 & decided to give it a go
First Club: Eastlake Trampoline Sports
First Coach: Brett Austine
Current Club: Eastlake Trampoline Sports, NSW
Current Coach: Brett Austine
Best apparatus: Trampoline
Favourite skill: 3/4 front, ballout 1/2 or miller puck
Most difficult skill to learn: Full in Half out

MOST SIGNIFICANT

Best National Performace: 2011 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2013 World Championships (Team Bronze and Semi Finalist)
Best Gymnastic Moment: The entire "World Games Experience" in Taiwan 20019. It was such a unique sporting event unlike any other with phenomenal sports and athletes

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Year
Event
Age Group
TRP
DMT
TUM
SYNCHRO
2016 Australian Championships  Senior  -
 -  - 1st
2015 Australian Championships Senior 3rd  -  - 6th
2014 Australian Championships  Senior  7th  -  - 8th
2013 Australian Championships Senior 3rd  -  - 7th
2012 Australian Championships Senior -Did not compete - - - -
2011 Australian Championships Senior 1st - - 2nd
2010 Australian Championships Senior 3rd 2nd - 6th
2009 Australian Championships Senior 10th 10th - 4th
2008
Australian Championships
Senior
13th
1st
-
2nd
2007
Australian Championships
Senior
6th
2nd
-
3rd
2006 Australian Championships
Senior
4th
1st
-
3rd
2005 Australian Championships
Senior
17+
-
5th
7th
-
-
-
-
3rd
2004 Australian Championships
Junior
U17
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
-
-
11th
1st
2003 Australian Championships
Junior
U17
8th
3rd
13th
4th
-
-
7th
10th
2002 Australian Championships
U15
3rd
8th
-
1st

INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

Year
Event
Age Group
TRP
DMT
TUM
SYNCHRO
2016 World Cup, CHN Senior 20th - - 7th
2016 AGF Trophy, AZE  Senior  44th   
2015  World Championships, DEN  Senior  53rd  33rd    
2015  World Cup, ESP  Senior  63rd  6th       
2014  World Championships, USA  Senior  79th  6th   
2014 Minsk World Cup, BLR Senior 43rd - - 3rd
2014 Loule World Cup, POR Senior 4th - - 10th
2013 World Championships, BUL Senior - - - -
2011 World Championships, GBR Senior 97th - - 18th
2011 China World Cup, CHN Senior 32nd - - 14th
2011 Bulgaria World Cup, BUL Senior 21st - - -
2010 World Championships, FRA Senior 43rd - - -
2010 Indo Pacific Championships - Japan Senior 1st 3rd - -
2010
Indo Pacific Championships, JPN
17+
-
-
-
1st
2009
World Championships, RUS Senior 27th - - -
2007
World Championships, CAN
Senior
-
4th
-
19th
2006
Indo Pacific Championships, ZFA
17+
1st
1st
-
1st
2005
World Age Group Competition, NED
17+
15th
-
-
7th
2005
Australian Youth Olympic Festival, SYD
.
6th
-
-
2nd
2004
Indo Pacific Championships, CAN
.
10th
2nd
-
-
2003
World Championships, GER
.
-
-
-
15th
2002
Australian International Challenge
.
-
-
-
2nd

MAJOR EVENTS HISTORY

World Championships: 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015
Olympic Games -