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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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Laura Gallagher, who is sponsored by Super Tramp and is a world and European medallist trampolinist, will be helping the company to raise money for the CF Trust.
Six elite male performers from national teams (two tumblers, TU1 and TU2; two trampolinists, TR1 and TR2; and two skiers, AC1 and AC2) volunteered to participate in this study.
What the other trampolinists were doing, Erin Jauch apart, were trying and failing to match Nicole's routine.
GREAT Britain trampolinist Kat Driscoll is not intimidated by the high-flying opposition as she prepares to make her Olympic debut tomorrow.
My pals and I shared a late breakfast with the juggler and trampolinist, who ordered bacon rolls and Ribena to cure their hangovers.
Sport One is the brainchild of Brian Hudson and Luke Porter, both ex-international trampolinists, and was driven by the need to focus on all sports and all levels of competition, not just the top football, rugby and cricket teams.
Following on from last year's contest that started with David Thompson progressing through the different stages to eventually become National Under 13's Closed champion in West Sussex, two more talented trampolinists have triumphed in the first stages of competing by finishing first and second in the North West Schools competition.
Trampolinists from Liverpool Trampoline | |Club will travel to Florida for the Trampoline World Championships in November GAVIN TRAFFORD
YOUNG trampolinists in Hudders-field are fighting for their future.
Young's mum Gwen was delighted by her daughter's success against some of the best young trampolinists in the country.
Jump for joy: Trampolinists have reached the national finals.
As well as complete beginners, the course also catered for competitive trampolinists, with advanced coaches at the ready to lend a helping hand for double and twisting somersaults.