Scott Brown (gymnast)

Scott Brown
Personal information
Country represented Australia
Born(1983-07-04) 4 July 1983 (age 34)
ResidenceRoyal Park
Height175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
DisciplineIndividual, Synchronised
Head coach(es)Nikolay Zhuravlev


Scott Dark brown (given birth to 4 July 1983) can be an Australian trampolinist. Scott continues to be most effective in synchronised trampolining, attaining a sterling silver medal with partner Ben Wilden on the 2007 Trampoline Globe Championships. Scott Dark brown began trampolining, on the Central Coastline Youth Membership in Gosford. It didn’t consider long before the top trainer of Australia Nikolay Zhuravlev noticed a spark of skill in this youthful boy and wanted to teach him. After many years of schooling on the Trampoline Sports activities Academy (TTSA) Scott obtained the position of No.1 in Australia on 6 events (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2008). Scott started competing at a global level in 1995, he continued to keep and compete in Globe Cups occasions. His first becoming in 2000. The Country wide Trampoline System moved to South Australia in 2005, due to an offer for better funding and facilities using the South Australia Sports activities Institute (SASI). Scott relocated to Adelaide to continue his teaching where he continuing to excel, having greatest leads to Synchronised along with his partner Ben Wilden. After an effective profession, Scott retired after his last competition in the World Cup Last, putting 2nd in the synchronised event.