Children of all ages and abilities are invited to enter our regular fun and friendly recreational trampoline competitions.
Individual entry grades range from level I (recommended for those on grades 6-8 of the SDF or Springfit proficiency awards) to level D (hardest).
Grades I ad H are “set, repeat” format, where the same routine is repeated.
Grades G and above have a choice of either Set 1 or Set 2 routine, followed by a 10-contact voluntary routine that can be created by the performer in conjunction with their coach. The Voluntary routine can be a repeat of the set routine, if desired.
A synchronised section is also available where a 10 contact routine is performed with a partner who must be eligible to compete at the same level.
Doing a voluntary routine? CLICK HERE to download our guide to creating a voluntary routine and information on tariffing.
Want to know what grade to compete at?
Most importantly, speak to your coach about which level they believe you should enter at. You can choose which level you would like to enter at and should practice that routine in classes before entering.
If you win a Gold medal at your level (excluding level D) and there are more than three in the category, you MUST move up to the next level when you compete next time.
Where many people enter for one particular level it will be further split into suitable age categories.
Results and scores can be viewed and downloaded from our competition results page HERE.
What to wear:
Girls – Level I to G – Any leotard and white socks or trampoline shoes. Level F to D – Club leotard. (Black or matching shorts may be worn with leotards).
Boys – White t-shirt, White or black shorts and white socks or trampoline shoes.
The price is £14.00 per participant for individual routines. £20.00 if doing a synchro routine as well. Payments are to be made online only. and are non-refundable.
Spectators are welcome. The charge is £2 per person for adults and £1 for children, payable on the door, not in advance.
We provide two 77a (schools size) trampolines with 2-string beds and one Continental competition size trampoline with 6mm bed. Competitors are able to choose which trampoline they would like to do their warm up on and also which one they would like to compete on.
All clubs or organisations competing are required to provide one official per five participants who may be required to help with judging, refreshments, spotting, marshalling, registration or other important aspects of running the event. If you wish to submit a bulk entry of more than five gymnasts, please contact the office on 0203 478 0203 or email us to arrange this.
If any parents or adults are available to help out by providing a support role at the event, please get in touch and we should be able waive the entry fee for your child in return for your help.
Warm up’s will take place 15 mins prior to the start of the competition rounds.
The competitions really are a fun day with a great atmosphere. There are medal presentations at the end of each round, and every competitor gets a certificate of achievement to take home.
On many occasions a professional photographer will be there offering the chance for parents to take home a memento of their child’s day.
If we receive four or more entries from adults, we will make an adults section.
Adult and Synchro sections will be marked on form and synchronisation only (not difficulty).
In categories with less than 5 competitors, there will be fewer podium placings for fairness
and a minimum score of 14.0 must be achieved to earn a winners medal.
Judges score deductions as follows:
Faults: 0.1 to 0.5
Final landing fault: 0.1 to 1.0 Click here for further details.
Extra bounces or moves: 0.1 for Level I, 0.2 for Level H. Level G and above: FIG rules.
All routines are ten moves long and competitors are allowed an “out-bounce” at the end without further deduction, to bring the final landing under control.
Venue: Sports hall at Moor House school, Mill Lane, Hurst Green, Oxted RH8 9AQ
Time: 2pm to approximately 6pm.
Start times will be emailed to those who have entered prior to the event.
If you are not sure which level you should enter at, or need help with voluntary routines, please ask your coach for advice.
Should you have any further questions or for more information please contact the club.