The perfect opportunity to get involved in trampolining or continue your learning if your progressing from School to College or University. BUCS hold regular trampolining competitions in Individual Trampoline (TRA) Synchronised Trampoline (TRS) Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT). Team Trampoline for more information and get involved visit the BUCS website
The name of the second routine. The routine performed can be determined by the performer/coach
A rating that measures the difficulty of specific moves and is factored into the total score after judges have scored the execution of the moves; also known as ‘Degree of Difficulty [DD]’.
Synchronised Trampolining Two people jumping on separate trampolines in time with each other. They must perform identical moves or skills at the same time.
A Pre-designed routine that contain specific skills / moves required of the trampolinist. Also known as “Compulsory”.
A combination of movements or manoeuvres displaying a specific range of skills.
Good technique where trampolinist neatly places arms beside body on completion of shape phase, or whilst twisting, most often seen in somersaulting skills during competition.
Denotes that the shape of a move is optional eg a somi could be tucked, piked or straigtht
Federation International Gymnastique, the organizing body for international gymnastics competitions including the Olympics. F.I.G. makes the rules, trains and certifies judges, and determines how competitions are run.
The performance of a routine. 2. The form, style and technique used to complete the skills included in a routine.