TRAMPOLINE (TRA)
Trampoline, an Olympic discipline, symbolizes freedom, flying and space. Multiple somersaults and twists are performed at a height of 8 meters and require precise technique and perfect body control. The Trampoline is also used as a basic training device for all sports that contain acrobatic elements.

TUMBLING (TUM)
Tumbling is characterized by continuous speedy, complex, rhythmic hands to feet, feet to hands acrobatic elements, lasting around 6 seconds! This work is performed on a 25 meter long dynamic track. Tumbling is a highly spectacular sport, in which a perfect combination of speed and rhythm in somersaulting and twisting movements are required

DOUBLE MINI TRAMPOLINE (DMT)
Double Mini Trampoline developed from the common minitramp, but allows more acrobatic performance. After a take-off, the competitors perform one exercise on the mini-trampoline, followed by another routine on the landing mat. High level gymnasts execute double and triple somersaults with twists.


Program Documents

GCG Competition Regulations-EN

Canadian Trampoline & Tumbling Competitive System 2015-EN

2013-2016 Code of Points Trampoline

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