A complete competition trampoline consists of:
• 1 FIG certified trampoline, for example Ultimate 4x4 incl. 1 pair of lifting roller stand "Safe & Comfort"
• 1 pair of safety platforms of type "Universal"
• 1 pair of safety mats "Competition" with wedge
• 1 spotting mat
• 4 stability plates (optional), recommended for inconvenient floor conditions
The safety platforms are secured by means of two bolts to the end of the trampoline; the safety mats are connected firmly with the frame of the safety platforms with the help of straps. Apart from safety platforms and safety mats, a spotting mat, for example the Spieth "Secura" spotting mat is prescribed for competitions. The use of stability plates is also recommended. Especially flexible sports hall floors stabilize the standing sturdiness of the trampoline and enable the gymnast to better control the jumps, which increases safety significantly.
The combination of trampoline, safety platforms and safety mats is certified by the International Gymnastics Federation FIG and prescribed for FIG trampoline competitions (Olympic Games, World and Continental Championships etc.).
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Is trampolining an Olympic discipline?Więcej
Trampolining was practised as an Olympic discipline for the first time at the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000. Eurotramp supplied its equipment for this competition. In 2004 and 2008, trampoline gymnastics was also on the programme of Olympic disciplines and once again Eurotramp supplied its equipment for these events.
What does the FIG-approved symbol mean?Więcej
For competitions, the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (International Gymnastics Federation FIG) has exact specifications of the construction type of the trampoline to be used in the competition. All trampolines and accessories used in competitions and supplied by Eurotramp have a valid certificate.
Where can you learn trampolining?Więcej
Trampolining may be no longer just be seen as show artistry. These days, there are many clubs all over Germany which professionally train for competitions. On request, we will send you a list of the German clubs which take part in national championships. In general, you can also find information on the website of the German Gymnastics Federation. There you will also find information about possible training to become a trampoline coach.