JUMP TRAMPOLINE CLUB - HAILSHAM SUSSEX

 

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TRAMPOLINING IN SCHOOLS

On 2 December 2001 eight pupils from Hailsham Community College in East Sussex accompanied by Miss Brady, Mr Webster and Karen Street, traveled to Haywards Heath to compete in the schools first trampolining competition.

 

The standard was exceptionally high with members from the Great Britain Trampolining Squad competing. All the girls involved have been working hard towards the competition by attending an after school trampolining club. The girls competed in two different age groups, the under-14 and the under-18 sections. Each of the competitors had to perform a compulsory 10-bounce routine, after which they were rank ordered. They then went on to perform their voluntary routine where they were given the option to be creative.

 

 

Trampolining Jump Club Hailsham Sussex

 

Jump Trampoline Club, Hailsham - Having a devil of a time

 

 

This was the beginning of something big, which is now a feature many boys and girls in Hailsham are proud to be involved in.  The Club was established in 1979. They enjoy every aspect of trampolining, a dedicated group that train whenever they can.  Over the last few years the 'Jump' group have competed in the Regional School championships with improving results.  In 2005 the club gained 5 medals qualifying for the zonals.  A team from H.C.C qualified for the National School championships in Wales.  As you may see for yourselves by using the links below this club take trampoline and  transform it into an art.

 

The JUMP club now attracts many more students who put on a show each year, including dance and synchronised trampolining.  The College has since obtained Sports College & Business and Enterprise status and academic awards.  Hailsham Community College is situated in the market town of Hailsham, East Sussex.

 

 

 


 

 

 

JUMP TRAMPOLINE CLUB INFO:

 

 

Coach:                       KAREN STREET

Qualification:             Club Coach (Advanced Part 1)

Experience:               25 Years Teaching Trampoline

 

The club is based at the market town of Hailsham, some 6 miles from Eastbourne in East Sussex.  The club was formed in Hailsham 25 years ago as an adult only class.  After two years the club moved to the Leisure Centre when they expanded to include a childrens class.

 

It was quickly recognised that they needed to start more children’s classes and are currently running four beginners groups two advanced children’s groups and two mixed and advanced adult classes.  Each group has 14 members.  At 15 years the children are recognised as adults and they join the two 1˝ hour sessions for the adults on Thursday nights.

 

Each of the classes are currently full and we have many more people waiting and trying to book onto the appropriate course.  The problem of not having enough courses running to cope with the demand is currently under revision and we hope to either put on more classes or increase the trampolines and coaches available on current course nights.

 

Course Times and Days

 

 

Monday                   Children’s mixed Ages           5:00-6:30pm         

 

Thursday                 Children’s Mixed Ages           5:30-6.30 pm       

                           Adults Mixed/ Advanced       6:30-8:00 pm        

                           Adults Mixed/ Advanced       8:00-9.30 pm        

 

Friday                      Children’s Mixed Ages           5:30-6:30 pm        

                           Children’s Advanced              6:30-7:30 pm        

 

Saturday                  Children’s Advanced              9:00-10:30 am        

                           Children’s Mixed Ages          10 :30-11:30 am      

 

As children achieving a recognised skill level they are moved into the next advanced group.  These groups are only accessible though the coach’s knowledge of the gymnast and when the is assessed as ready.

 

All classes are structured around the trampoline award system starting from award 4 and moving along to award 10.  The advanced students carry on through award 11 & 12, Bronze, Silver and Gold.  If all this is achieved the gymnast has reached a very high standard of trampoline.  At present the club have about 30 people working through these higher levels.

 

 

'JUMP 2'

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub3/jump2.htm

 

'JUMP 2' dress rehearsal

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub3/jump2dressrehearsal.htm

 

Easter holliday Trampoline workshop

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub2/easterhollidaytrampo.htm

 

Action shots

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolinec/action.htm

 

Club Championships 2005

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub/clubchampionships2005.htm

 

Schools Comp

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub/regionalschoolcomp.htm

 

Childrens Christmas Party

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub/childrensxmasparty.htm

 

24 Hour Bounce

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub2/24hourbounce.htm

 

Club Championships 2004

http://www.freewebs.com/jumptrampolineclub/morephotos.htm

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Compulsary routines for grades 6-1


Grade 6

 

Under 9, Under 11

Under 13, Under 15

Under 18, Over 18

Front drop

Front drop

˝ twist jump

to feet

to feet

straddle jump

straddle jump

straddle jump

seat drop

˝ twist jump

˝ twist jump

˝ twist to seat drop

seat drop

seat drop

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to seat drop

˝ twist to feet

pike jump

˝ twist to feet

tuck jump

back drop

tuck jump

pike jump

˝ twist to feet

pike jump

back drop

tuck jump

full twist jump

˝ twist to feet

full twist jump

 

Grade 5

 

Under 9, Under 11

Under 13, Under 15

U18, O18 (2005 on)

Full twist jump

Back SS (T)

Back SS (S)

straddle jump

straddle jump

straddle jump

seat drop

seat drop

seat drop

˝ twist to seat drop

˝ twist to seat drop

˝ twist to seat drop

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

pike jump

pike jump

pike jump

back drop

back drop

back drop

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

tuck jump

tuck jump

tuck jump

front SS (T)

front SS (T)

FSS (T)

 

Grade 4

 

Under 9, Under 11

Under 13, Under 15

U18, O18

Back SS (T)

Back SS (P)

Back SS (S)

straddle jump

straddle jump

straddle jump

back SS to seat (T)

back SS to seat (T)

back SS (to feet) (T)

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

seat drop

˝ twist jump

˝ twist jump

˝ twist to feet

pike jump

pike jump

pike jump

back drop

back drop

barani (P)

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist to feet

˝ twist jump

tuck jump

tuck jump

tuck jump

front SS (T)

barani (T)

front SS (P)

 

Grade 3

 

Under 9, Under 11

Under 13, Under 15

U18, O18

Back SS (P)

Back SS (S)

Back SS (S)

straddle jump

straddle jump

barani (T)

back SS to seat (T)

back SS (T)

straddle jump

˝ twist to feet

tuck jump

back SS (P)

full twist jump

barani (T)

barani (P)

tuck jump

˝ twist jump

pike jump

barani (T)

pike jump

back SS (T)

˝ twist jump

back SS to seat (T)

tuck jump

pike jump

˝ twist to feet

crash dive

front SS (P)

front SS (P)

˝ twist to feet

 

Grade 2

 

Under 11

Under 13

Under 15

Back SS (P)

Back SS (S)

Back SS (S)

straddle jump

straddle jump

barani (S)

back SS (T)

back SS (P)

back SS (P)

barani (T)

barani (P)

straddle jump

˝ twist jump

˝ twist jump

barani (P)

tuck jump

pike jump

˝ twist jump

back SS to seat (T)

back SS (T)

tuck jump

˝ twist to feet

tuck jump

back SS (T)

pike jump

crash dive

crash dive

front SS (P)

˝ twist to feet

barani ball out (T)

 

Under 18, Over 18

10 different skills to include:

(1) 9 skills with minimum 270° rotation

(2) 1 skill landing on either the back or front

(3) from the above landing - somersault with minimum 450° rotation

(4) either 1 somersault with min 360° rotation and min 360° twist

or 1 somersault with min 720° somersault rotation

Note, both of (4) may be incorporated into the routine

 

Grade 1

 

Under 11

Under 13

Under 15

Back SS (P)

Back SS (S)

Back SS (S)

barani (P)

barani (S)

barani (S)

straddle jump

back SS (P)

full twisting back SS

back SS to seat (T)

straddle jump

straddle jump

˝ twist to feet

barani (P)

back SS (P)

pike jump

˝ twist jump

barani (P)

back SS (T)

tuck jump

back SS (T)

tuck jump

back SS (T)

crash dive

barani (T)

crash dive

barani ball out (T)

front SS (P)

barani ball out (T)

front SS (P)

 

 

Under 18, Over 18 As per FIG World "B"

 

10 different skills to include:
9 with minimum 270° somersault rotation
1. One element to front or back
2. One element from front or back in conjunction with (1)
3. One double somersault (front or back) with/without twist
4. One element with minimum 540° twist
Note, elements cannot be combined to fulfil requirements 1-4.

 

Ladies, Mens As per FIG World "A" (2005 on):

 

10 different skills with minimum 270° somersault rotation
2 of the skills in the set routine will have their difficuly (tariff) counted, so long as their combined tariff is 2.3 or more. If these skills are then used in the vol routine, their tariff won't count (in the vol)

 

 

 


 

 

 

HAILSHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 

Contact Information:

 

Principal: Mrs Lesley Farmer

 

Telephone  01323 841468

 

FAX  01323 848900

 

Postal address:     HCC, Battle Road, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 1DT

 

 

General Information: hcc@hailshamcc.e-sussex.sch.uk
Webmaster: hcc@hailshamcc.e-sussex.sch.uk

 

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LINKS :

 

 

 

 

 

International Olympic Committee (IOC) - History, profiles, current news, Olympic sports

Official site of the 2004 Athens Olympics

Olympic Almanac - A lot of hard-to-find information, such as Olympic logos and mascots.

Olympic Studies Centre - Includes a directory of Olympic research, forums, and helpful links.

U.S. Olympic Committee - An excellent site, full of information on all Olympic sports.

Olympic Swimming Records

Olympic Track & Field Records

Pan-American Games

Winter Olympics

 

 

 


 

 

TRAMPOLINING TERMINOLOGY:

 

 

Adolph or Ady

3˝ twisting front somersault

Airplane

˝ twist to front drop (backwards take off)

Amplitude

The tightness of a shape (tuck or pike) which earns good form

Arabian

˝ twist into front somersault, ie. backwards take off

Arabian crash dive

˝ twist into crash dive straight

Baby fliffus

From back landing, 1 1/4 front somersault to feet with early half twist. Different move to barani ball-out, though it involves the same amount of rotation and twist from the same take off position.

Back-in full-out

Double back somersault with 1 twist in 2nd somersault phase

Back pullover

3/4 back somersault from back landing, usually to feet

Ball out

1 1/4 front somersault from back landing to feet

Barani

Front somersault with ˝ twist

Barani ball-out

1 1/4 front somersault (from back landing) with ˝ twist to feet

Barani-in

Double front somersault with ˝ twist (in the first somersault phase).

Barani-out

Double front somersault with ˝ twist (in the second somersault phase).

Barrel roll

Another name for side somersault

Bed

The springy landing surface of a trampoline, usually meshed but solid beds do exist

Blind

Move where the bed is not seen until very late before landing

Bluch

From front drop, 180° backwards rotation with half twist, to land on front.

Bomb

Back pullover from tucked seat drop position

Bottom out

Occurs when trampoline bed and springs reach maximum stretch, usually but not always because the bed reaches the floor.

Bounce roll

Front somersault from back landing to back landing

Cast

Sideways travel during a move

Cat twist

full twist from back landing to back landing (no somersault rotation)

Chair of judging panel

New term for the superior judge

Checking

Stopping the bounce by bending the knees, ankles and hips

Cody

Any somersault from front landing. Usually 1 1/4 back somersault from front, to feet; but (3/4) front cody is also seen

Corkscrew

From back landing, 1˝ twists to back drop (with 180° forward rotation); ie. cradle + 1 twist.

Corpse

A flat back landing from toes to head

Coverall pads

Frame pads which completely cover the frame and springs for safety

Cowboy or cowboying

Pulling the knees apart during tuck shape to shorten radius of gyration and gain more rotation

Crash dive

3/4 front somersault from feet to back landing

Cradle

From back landing, ˝ twist to back drop (with 180° forward rotation)

Desync

When a pair of synchro competitors are out of time with each other in their landings. Also, the degree of desync or the score awarded by the desync judges.

Difficulty

Alternative name for the tariff of a routine

Dismount

1. The safe technique of getting off a trampoline
2. 10th or last move in a routine

Dolphin

Bounce roll. Also, front somersault from seat drop position

Dorso-ventral axis

Axis from stomach to back, around which the side somersault and turntable are done. No award form tariff is made for rotation around it.

Double bounce roll

Double front somersault (720°) from back landing to back landing

Double full

(Single) back somersault with 2 twists

Double bouncing

Two people jumping on the same trampoline, usually asynchronously

Fliff or fliffus

Any double somersault with twist.

Fliffus ball-out

2 1/4 front somersault from back with ˝ twist in the last somersault phase. Also known as ˝-out ball-out.

Form

What the judges look for in a routine, ie. good technique, correct body position, straight arms/legs, body tension, etc.

Frame

Metal parts of the trampoline which support its structure

Free

Body position that is undefined

Free bounce

A straight bounce when done in the middle of a routine

Forward turnover

Front somersault from feet or hands & knees; usually from hands & knees to back or seat. But also, from feet, free body position to back

Full

(Single) back somersault with 1 twist

Full-in

Double back somersault with 1 twist in 1st somersault

Full-in full-out

Double back somersault with 1 twist in both 360° phases

Full-in half-out

Double front somersault with 1 twist in 1st somersault, ˝ twist in 2nd somersault

Full-out

Double back somersault with 1 twist in 2nd somersault

Gain

Travel in the opposite direction to the rotation, eg. travelling forwards in a back somersault

Gyroscopic precession

Complex mechanical phenomenon where, during rotation around one axis, if a force is introduced on another axis, a resultant rotation is produced around the third axis. Can be demonstrated by holding a bicycle wheel's axis, then then turning it while it is spinning.

˝-in

Double front somersault with ˝ twist in 1st somersault

˝-in ˝-out

Double back somersault with ˝ twist in each somersault phase

˝-in rudi-out

Double back somersault with ˝ twist in 1st somersault and 1˝ twists in 2nd somersault phase

˝-out

Double front somersault with ˝ twist in 2nd somersault. (See barani-out)

˝-out ball-out

2 1/4 front somersault from back with ˝ twist in the last somersault phase. Also known as fliffus ball-out.

Kaboom

Somersault from front (or back) landing, where a double contact is made. The legs hit the trampoline bed momentarily after the body, reversing the rotation generated from the body.

Kick out

Extension of the legs to straight body position after the shape phase of a somersault is shown

Killer

Little-used German term for miller-plus (a 4 twisting double back somersault)

Kill

To stop the recoil of the bed throwing the performer up. Done by the performer, or a coach (opposite of kip).

Kip

Coaching technique to augment the power of the trampoline bed by it being depressed momentarily before the performer's landing

Lateral axis

Axis going from side-side around which somersaults are done

Layout or lay

Alternative term for the straight body position. ie. layout somersault=straight back somersault

Line-out

Good technique where performer neatly places arms beside body on kick-out of a shaped somersault, or whilst twisting

Log roll

Full twist from front drop to front drop, ie. similar to cat twist but fro the front

Longitudinal axis

Axis from head through the body (like a skewer) around which twisting is done

Lost, losing a move (lost move syndrome)

Psychological condition where the performer loses the awareness of body position, or the awareness and technique of a particular move (while probably still able to do other, more complicated moves)

Miller

Triple-twisting double back somersault.

Miller-plus (aka killer)

Four-twisting double back somersault

Optional

Alternative name for the voluntary routine in a competition

Out bounce

Controlled straight bounce allowed after a competition routine

Periwinkle

1 3/4 front somersault with full twist in the first somersault

Phasing

The balance and timing of executing take-off, shape and landing of a move with good technique.

Pike

Body position where legs are straight, together and the body is bent at the hips. For competition, minimum angle is 135° but 90° or less is considered good form.

Pike jump

Move showing the pike shape alone, ie. no rotation or twist

(pike) straddle (jump)

As pike (jump), but with legs apart. For competition, minimum is shoulder width but 90° or more is considered good form.

Ping, pinging

When a move (somersault) is done but takes off not under control, usually travelling and losing height

Pirouette

Old term for full twist jump

Porpoise

Little-used alternate name for a bounce roll

Prerequisites

Moves which are a requirement to be mastered before learning another move, for sound coaching reasons

Progressions

Stages in learning a move, usually but not always moves in themselves. Some progressions are necessary but would never really be considered moves in their own right.

Puck

Semi-tucked shape (piked tuck) allowable in competition for multi-twisting multiple somersaults. For competition, the rules require an angle between the body and thighs, and the thighs and lower legs, of 90°-120°

Quadriffis

Any somersault with twist and 4x 360°=1440° of somersault rotation

Radius of gyration

Mathematical term for how 'spread apart' the body is when a somersault or twist is done around an axis.

Randolph, randy

(Single) front somersault with 2˝ twists

Randy ball out

1 1/4 front somersault from back to feet, with 2˝ twists. Occasionally seen in competition.

RMI Twist

Relative moment of inertia twist, aka mid-air twist. A technique where twist can be generated in mid air (ie without contact with the trampoline bed), due to coming out of a shape.

Roller

Full twist from seat landing to seat landing. No rotation involved.

Routine

Sequence of (usually) 10 moves linked together with no straight jumps between

Rudolph, rudi (rudy)

(Single) front somersault with 1˝ twists)

Rudi ball out

1 1/4 front somersault from back to feet, with 1˝ twists.

Salto

Alternative foreign (German/Russian) term for somersault

Set

Compulsory routine in competition

Short

When a somersault has a lack of rotation, usually leads to a bad landing

Side somersault

Somersault around the dorso-ventral axis

Skill

Alternative term for a move

Somi

Short for somersault

Split panel

Term when the judging panel's marks are split into two different groups of similar scores.

Spotting

1. Landing in the same place as taking off; keeping in the middle of the trampoline
2. Standing by the side (end) of the trampoline and guarding against falling off

Spotting deck

End deck of a trampoline, attached to the frame

Spotting mat

Push-in mat used by the coach to provide a softer landing while learning moves; also sometimes seen in competition for use if the competitor needs it

Spotting rig

Overhead rig apparatus with a belt, ropes, pulleys and fittings allowing the coach to provide remote support for a move whilst learning.

Spotter

Those who do 'spotting', ie. stand by the side (end) of the trampoline guarding against falling off

Straddle (jump)

See piked straddle jump. Note, in competition, this is not a body position allowed in moves except the straddle jump.

Straight

Body position where legs are in line with body. For competition, thighs must be greater than 135° angle to body

Swingtime

Moves done consecutively as in a routine

Swivel-hips

From seat drop, ˝ twist to seat drop

Synchro

Two people jumping on separate trampolines in time with each other

Synch, synchronisation

How well the pair of synchro competitors are in time with each other, judged by the difference in height of the landing.

Tariff

Numerical score given to a move/routine based on the amount of rotation, twist, shape, etc.

Throwing

1. "Having a go" at a move, without practising and mastering all the progressions. Usually unsafe and leads to bad technique.
2. Poorly executed (somersault) take-off which loses height and control.

Tilt Twist

A method of mid-air twist where the body's symmetry is changed during somersault (lateral) rotation, causing a difference in moments between the left and right sides, which results in a twist around the longitudinal (twisting) axis.

Travel

Movement along the trampoline bed in the same direction as the rotation, ie. travelling backwards in a back somersault

Trial judging

Judging done by the panel, guided by the superior judge, before a competition starts (usually during competitors warm-up), to set a consistent benchmark of judging

Trick

Alternative, slang, name for 'move'

Tuck

Body position with legs bent at the knees and hips. For competition, both angles must be 135° or less. For good form, legs must be bent 90° or less and hands must grasp the legs below the knees.

Turntable

From front landing, full twist around the dorso-ventral axis to land on front. Also half-turntable, where rotation is 180° around dorso-ventral axis.

Triffus, triff

Any triple somersault with twist

Twister

Generic term for a twisting single somersault, eg. full, rudi, double full, randy, etc.

Vol

Voluntary routine in competition (the performer's choice of moves, and is awarded tariff score).

Wrap

Drawing the arms in near the body to speed up the twist

The Zone

A psychological condition where a competitor, shortly before and during a competition, can block out all external disturbances to maximise concentration on the performance

 

 

 


 

 

 

USEFUL CONTACTS :

 

 

BRITISH GYMNASTICS

Ford Hall

Lilleshall NSC

Newport

Shropshire

TF10 9NB

Tel: 01952 822 300 or 0845 1247129

Fax: 0845 1240989

 

BRITISH GYMNASTICS

 

National Development Officer - Disability

Ford Hall, Lilleshall NSC

Newport

Shropshire TF10 9NB

Tel: 01952 822 334

Fax: 0845 1240989

 

SPORTS COUNCILS

 

England

3rd Floor Victoria House
Bloomsbury Square
London
WC1B 4SE
Tel: 08458 508 508

 

Scotland

Caledonia House
South Gyle
Edinburgh
EH12 9DQ
Scotland
Tel: 0131 317 7200

 

Wales

Sophia Gardens
Cardiff
CF11 9SW
Tel: 029 2030 0500

 

Northern Ireland

House of Sport
Upper Malone Road
Belfast
BT9 5LA
Tel: 028 90 381222

 

 

 

A - Z SPORTS INDEX

 

 

 

Archery

Badminton

Baseball

Basketball

Beach Volleyball

Boxing

Canoeing

Court Tennis

Cricket

Croquet & Roque

Cross-Country Running

Cycling - Tour de France

Diving

Equestrian - Show Jumping - FEI

               - Cross Country

               - Dressage

               - Eventing

               - Horse Racing

               - Polo

Fencing

Field Hockey

Football  -  Rules - American

Football - World Cup

Golf

Gymkhana - Chiddingly 54th

Gymnastics

Judo

Lacrosse

 

 

Marathon - London Marathon

Modern Pentathlon

Mountain Biking

Olympic Games

Pelota (Jai-Alai)

Polo

Powerboating

Race For Life - Marathon

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rowing

Rugby

Rugby League

Rugby Union

Sailing

Shooting

Skeet Shooting

Soccer

Softball

Sport Aid - BBC TV

Stevensons Jewellers Challenge

Swimming--Men

Swimming--Women

Synchronized Swimming

Table Tennis

Taekwondo

Team Handball

Tennis

The Olympics

Track & Field--Men

Track & Field--Women

Trampolining

Trapshooting

Tree Climbing - Sussex Record

Triathlon

Tug-of-War

Volleyball

Water Polo

Weightlifting

Whitbread Round the World Race

Wimbledon - 2006

Wrestling - Freestyle

Wrestling - Women's Free

Wrestling - Greco-Roman

Yachting

Zara Phillips

 

 

 

 

 

SUSSEX INDEX A - Z

 

ALFRISTON

ARUNDEL CASTLE

BATTLE

BATTLE ABBEY

BATTLE OF HASTINGS

BEACHY HEAD - BELL TOOT (BELLE TOUT) LIGHTHOUSE

BEXHILL

BIRLING GAP

BODIAM CASTLE

BRIGHTON

CHICHESTER

CHIDDINGLY - HORSE SHOW and GYMKHANA

CROWBOROUGH

CUCKMERE VALLEY - EXCEAT

DISTRICT AND BOROUGH COUNCILS

EAST SUSSEX
EASTBOURNE - EASTBOURNE PIER

FIRLE

FIRLE BONFIRE SOCIETY

GLYNDE

GUY FAWKES

HAILSHAM

HASTINGS - NET SHOPS

HEATHFIELD

HERSTMONCEUX - CASTLE - CE SCHOOL - LINKS - FESTIVAL

LEWES

LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL

NEWHAVEN

PEVENSEY CASTLE

RYE

SEAFORD

SEVEN SISTERS

SUSSEX

SUSSEX THINGS TO DO GUIDE

THE BATTLE OF HASTINGS

TRUGS

TWISSELLS MILL, OLD HEATHFIELD

UCKFIELD

WEALD

 

 


 

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