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Thank you for your interest in a competitive try out at Airborne Trampoline Woodbridge. Our competitive trampoline season begins in September and runs through until June. During the competitive season we’re always looking to bring on new athletes to our Competitive Trampoline Team.
If your jumper is 9 years old or older and is interested in the competitive trampoline world, jump over today and arrange a tryout with Airborne's Competitive Trampoline Team Head Coach, Raul Patasan.
All contact info can be found below.
As a successful competitive team, we consistently have an open door policy for up and coming new talent and potential. That being said, we would like to extend the opportunity for your child to attend a private try-out and see if they have what it takes to take trampolining to the competitive level. With prior experience at the recreational level, along with desire, ambition, and determination not only can your child make Airborne’s team but also take it to heights never thought possible.
The competitive try out is in place to ensure that all of our competitive trampoline team members have the required base of skills to begin a successful adventure on Airborne's Competitive Team. Your jumper will be introduced to one of Airborne's competitive trampoline coaches and asked to perform various tricks and skill in order to asses their ability. The Airborne coaches may attempt to improve their skills and engage your jumper in conversations in order to asses whether they have the desire to enter the structured competitive trampolining world. Do not worry if your jumper does not perform everything perfectly. The competitive trampoline team coaches are ready to help improve your jumpers skills and understand that nerves play a huge part in performances.
The trampoline was once just a progressional tool for gymnastics. It has grown in popularity to the point that it is now an Olympic event. Canadians have been quite successful earning multiple medals at the 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012 Olympic Games. World record holder for degree of difficulty in a trampoline routine, Jason Burnett, was Canada’s silver medallist in the Beijing Olympic Games and interestingly enough he began his journey to the top, right here, at Airborne Woodbridge. As Airborne has moved into its new building with a much higher ceiling height and the pursuance of a national team, this can be the start of a very prosperous future for your child as well.
If the world of trampolining has intrigued you and your child to the competitive level, then you must register to arrange a private try-out. Please call or visit us to set up a try out date. You can even E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include all your contact information and a brief message stating your intention to try-out for Airborne’s Competitive Team.
If at any point during the competitive try out process you have any questions or concerns, our team of coaches are here to help. Please feel free to contact Head Coach Raul at any time and he will be glad to answer and assist you in any way he can.
We hope to see you soon at Airborne Trampoline Club Woodbridge.
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