Press Release, Brandon Krzynefski


For immediate release

The USA Men’s Tumbling Team wins bronze at the 2019 World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships


Fairfax, VA December 3, 2019. USA Team member for men’s tumbling, Brandon Krzynefski brings back bronze medal from the World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships that was held at the Ariake Gymnastics Center, the 2020 Olympics Games venue, in Tokyo, Japan.

Krzynefski is a local athlete that has trained since he was 4 years old at Capital Gymnastics National Training Center in Burke, VA. He is currently a senior at George Mason University and he is Type I Diabetic. “Although some days are difficult managing T1D, I’ll always remember that there’s someone on the other side of the world who simply gets me. He understands the struggles and hardships everyday but chooses to fight,” Brandon commented after being stopped by one of the volunteers at the World Championships who also happened to be T1D.

Despite his medical condition, Krzynefski has not stopped reaching for his goals. This year was a challenging one after breaking his ankle in one of the earlier competitions. He spent months recuperating after surgery and was eager to get back to training to qualify for Team USA and he accomplished it, bringing back his bronze medal. USA Gymnastics Athlete sheet

Throughout his career, Brandon has been a member of the national team for over 11 years. Krzynesfki has a total of 2 senior World Championship medals both bronze, and in 2013 he won Gold medal at Age Group Games and in 2016 won another bronze from Jr. World’s.

Brandon Krzynefski is available for interviews to share his story as a local athlete, a tumbling coach, engineering student and a world medalist.

To book an interview please contact us at 703-403-0863.



Brandon Krzynefski wins bronze at World Championships 2019