Tumble Tech Sends Elite Team Of Athletes to All Star Games in Las Vegas

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International Event Brings Martial Arts Trickers, Cheerleaders, Gymnasts, Tumblers, Free Runners and Parkour Athletes From All Over the World to Compete at the World’s Only Aerial Sporting Championship

Tumble Tech, a revolutionary competitive power tumbling and aerial sports gym, announced today it is sending a team of six elite athletes to the third annual All Star Games (ASG) in Las Vegas, Nevada, which takes place April 1-3 at the world-famous Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Coach Josh Fredericks will also be competing.

The All Star Games was created to enhance and encourage cross-event collaboration. The Games is unifying the world of Aerial Sports with 16 countries and 6 Aerial Sport events under one roof for an unforgettable Las Vegas style show. At its genesis, the goals were not only to create a container to hold these events in one space, but to inspire these athletes, encourage performance and cross-event participation, and to educate people about these budding sports. ASG wants to shine a light on these incredible athletes who share a collective passion for both creative movement and athleticism. The All Star Games is doing what has never been done before in the world of Aerial Sports--housing all these sports under one roof to allow athletes a place to compete and perform together while honoring their individuality and independence.

Two Tumble Tech team members, Jake Wills and Genesis Mitchell, will be featured athletes at the All Star Games and will participate in the extravagant opening ceremonies Friday night (April 1) where these aerial sports are elevated beyond competition into an artistic performance rivaling any Las Vegas show. Thirteen year old Jake Wills was a Bronze Medalist in last year’s All Star games and is looking to build on that experience when competing this year.

“This is Tumble Tech’s debut year in the power tumbling world and we are beyond excited to show off our program and talented athletes to the various countries and programs at the ASG in Las Vegas,” said Danielle Wills, president and founder of Tumble Tech. “Our team members have trained very hard for this event and are ready to proudly represent Austin and the great state of Texas.”

Tumble Tech is the first aerial sports training center to be endorsed by the All Star Games Federation.

For more information, go to: http://www.tumble-tech.com

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