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.
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.