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A recreational device consisting of a horizontally-placed heavy-duty cloth bound to a rigid frame by rubberised ‘shock’—bungee—cords
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To compete as a Senior Elite athlete, a trampolinist must be at least 17 years old and have attained certain qualifying scores at various tournaments.
COVENTRY knitters are being invited to take up their needles to help raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis Trust by making legwarmers for trampolinists.
Leg strength, endurance, and good 'air sense' - being comfortable being upside down and twisting in the air - are qualities found in the best trampolinists.
Luke is also a former trampolinist, winning the British Men's Championship in 1989 and 1993 and captaining the British team from 1991 to 1995.
It helps take my mind off what the other trampolinists are doing.
While the Chinese look like one of the biggest threats, Driscoll expects a tough challenge from Canadian trampolinists Cockburn and MacLennan.
It was one cast member's birthday and nobody enjoys a soiree like Russian trampolinists.
AN international trampolinist, who studies Law at the University of Chester, has her sights firmly set on the London Olympics in 2012 after representing Great Britain at the under-19s World Championships in Canada.
The father-of-four, an experienced trampolinist, was being treated for a broken spine at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital
B&Q has enlisted help from Kirsten Lawton, Britain's top Olympic trampolinist and a member of Team B&Q which has been set up to support aspiring Olympians, to provide safety tips and guidance.
A PRESIDENT Kennedy School pupil is the third best trampolinist of his age in the country.
GREAT Britain trampolinist James Higgins is determined to book his place at the Olympics but knows he faces stiff competition to achieve his dream.