Pedro Ferreira became champion in the individual trampoline and Tiago Romão won gold in the double mini-trampoline, Diana Gago picked up silver in the double mini-trampoline, as well as Mariana Cascalheira in the 'tumbling' ', and Alexandra Garcia, on the double mini-trampoline, and Diogo Abreu, on the springboard, both won bronze medals.

Tiago Romão also won silver in the double mini-trampoline team competition, on Friday last week, the same day that Diana Gago and Alexandra Garcia were team champions in the women's competition, having been the Portuguese with the most medals in a group of 25 gymnasts.

Portugal also secured bronze in the women's trampoline team event, on Thursday, in the men's tumbling team event, on Friday, and in the synchronised trampoline event, on Saturday, with Lucas Santos and Gabriel Albuquerque, a gymnast selected for Paris2024.

The Portuguese contingent ended the competition with three gold, three silver, and five bronze medals, ahead of France, with eight – two gold, five silver, and one bronze –, and Great Britain, with seven – four gold, two silver, and one bronze.

Individual trampoline world champion in 2021 and 2023, silver medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and bronze at Tokyo 2020, gymnast Bryony Page contributed to three of these medals, in the individual event, in the team event, and in synchronised springboard, alongside Isabelle Songhurst.

Spain appears in fourth place in the medal table of the European Championships held in the multipurpose pavilion in Guimarães, with two gold medals, one silver, and three bronze, while Azerbaijan, Denmark, and Greece were the other countries to win European titles.

In the junior competitions, Portugal won a gold medal, by Inês Correia, in the women's double mini-trampoline, two silver medals, and three bronze, in a table in which it appears behind Great Britain, with four gold, three silver, and two bronze ones, from Turkey and Georgia, each with two gold ones.