About the sport

Trampoline Gymnastics is one of the six competitive disciplines within the World of Gymnastics. It is composed by four main events: Individual Trampoline, Synchronized Trampoline, Tumbling and Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT). All of them are based on a combination of acrobatic skills and powerful apparatus contributing to defy the laws of gravity.
Speed, rotation, height, twisting, body control… These are only some of the concepts that can help you to understand what this sport is all about.
A routine on the trampoline is characterised by high, continuous rhythmic feet to feet and feet to back, front or seat rotational jumping elements, without hesitation or intermediate straight bounces. It should demonstrate a variety of forward and backward twisting or non-twisting elements. The routine should show good control, form, execution, height and maintenance of height.
Tumbling is characterised by continuous speedy, rhythmic hand(s) to feet, and feet to feet, rotational jumping elements without hesitation or intermediate steps. It should demonstrate a variety of forward, backward and sideward elements. The pass should show good control, form, execution and maintenance of tempo.
A pass on the Double Mini-Trampoline is characterised by high, continuous rhythmic feet to feet rotational jumping elements, without hesitation or intermediate straight bounces. It should demonstrate a variety of forward and backward twisting or non-twisting elements. The pass should show good control, form, execution, height and maintenance of height.

If you want to learn more about Trampoline Gymnastics, you can get more information from various resources here:

UEG resources:
- Fascination Trampoline 
- European Trampoline Gymnastics Championships 2016, 2014, 2012, 2010, 2008
- European Games 2015 
- Results books European Championships, World Championships and Olympic Games

All about Individual Trampoline

All about Double Mini-Trampoline

All about synchronised Trampoline

All about Tumbling

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