The gymnastics programme came to a close at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Alabama on Sunday (17 July) as Great Britain, Melania Rodriguez (ESP) and Kaden Brown (USA) topped the podium in their respective events.
2022 world champions Bradley Gold, Archie Collier, Finlay Gray, and Andrew Morris-Hunt took home the gold medal in the men's group final in acrobatic gymnastics with a score of 29.890 to see Great Britain edge Belgium (29.360) and Ukraine (28.410).
Trampoline gymnastics: Women's Double Mini-Trampoline final
Spain's Melania Rodriguez won the women's double mini-trampoline competition. In what was a tightly-contested final, Rodriguez (26.600) narrowly finished in front of New Zealand's Bronwyn Dibb (25.800) and Sweden's Lina Sjoeberg (25.600).
Rodriguez's triumph builds on her history-making career. The 21-year-old was the first female trampoline gymnast from Spain to win a medal at the world championships when she won silver in 2018.
Trampoline gymnastics: Men's tumbling final
USA's Kaden Brown closed out the trampoline gymnastics programme at the World Games with a sensational performance in the men's tumbling final to the delight of the home crowd.
Brown (29.300) saw off heavy competition from Axel Duriez (27.800) from France, who finished with the silver, and Denmark's Rasmus Steffensen (23.900).
"I can't believe I did that. It's surreal - a dream come true, honestly," Brown told USA Gymnastics. "I've never heard an audience get so loud before. I couldn't help but burst into tears. Just to see it (the score) flash on the board made it official and made me really emotional."
Earlier on Saturday, the women's group final in acrobatic gymnastics saw Belgium take home the gold by posting a score of 29.970, which saw them finish narrowly above Portugal (29.150) and Ukraine (28.600).
In the men's pairs event, Ukraine won gold thanks to Bohdan Pohranychnyi and Danylo Stetsiuk. The pair's execution on the night was just enough to beat USA's Angel Felix and Braiden McDougall. Daniyel Dil and Vadim Shulyar of Kazakhstan finished with the bronze.
Lastly, in the women's tumbling final, France's Candy Briere-Vetillard won gold, USA's Miah Bruns claimed silver and Breanah Cauchi of Australia took home the bronze.
The World Games have drawn to a close, but fans can relive the action right here via Olympic Channel on Olympics.com.