2012 Summer Olympics: China's Dong Dong Takes Gold In Men's Trampoline Final

China's Dong Dong outlasted Russia Dmitry Ushakov and fellow countryman Lu Chunlong to bring home the gold medal during the men's trampoline final at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Dong finished with a difficulty score of 17.800, an execution score of 27.100 and a flight score of 18.090. Dong's first route earned him a score of 51.160, but his second routine was a 61.735, good enough to win the competition.

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Ushakov will go home to Russia with the silver medal thanks to a stellar second routine. Ushakov finished with a score of 61.900 in the second routine after finishing with a 50.705 in his first run.

Chunlong, also of China, finished his second routine with a score of 61.235 to earn bronze.

Former Rutgers athlete Steven Gluckstein failed to make it to the medal round, finishing in 16th place -- last overall -- in the qualifying round.

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