Rio 2016 was Dylan's first Olympic Games and at 19-years-old he become NZ's first athlete to compete in Trampoline at an Olympic Games. He performed with distinction at the games, finishing 7th in the individual men's category. Dylan's junior career ended on the podium with gold at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in China in 2014. In that same year he debuted his senior career with a 15th place finish at the World Championships and then continued this strong run of form with a top 10 finish at the 2015 World Championships. Dylan was on the podium again in 2016 with a silver medal at the Olympic Test Event.
Born in Australia, Dylan was raised in Te Anau where he was first introduced to trampoline at age 5 by his older brother and sister. His family then moved to Waihi where they commuted several times a week for the kids to train in Auckland. More than 15 years later, Dylan still trains at Extreme Trampoline, now under coach Jarrod Heriot.Read more