Three women made trampoline history yesterday. First, Uzbekistan's Ekaterina Khilko became the first trampoline athlete to compete in five Olympic Games--she hasn't missed one since trampoline was added to the Olympic program in 2000.
Then there was Brony Page, who broke down in tears of joy and shock when she realized she'd won a silver medal. She's the first trampoline athlete from Great Britain to win an Olympic medal in trampoline.
And finally Rosie MacLennan, the 2012 Olympic champion, won gold and became the first trampoline athlete to win multiple Olympic golds.
How will the men's competition, taking place on Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. ET, stack up?
The 2012 Olympic champion in men's trampoline will be attempting to follow in MacLennan's footsteps by defending his title.
After London, China's Dong Dong won another individual gold at the 2013 World Championships. But he's been eclipsed by his teammates in recent years. In 2014, he lost the world title to Tu Xiao and settled for silver. In 2015, he didn't even make the final when he finished behind two other Chinese athletes in the semi-final. Due to a rule that allows only two athlete per country to advance to the final, he was left out and Gao Lei became the new world champion.