Competitions

Competitions

Below you can find all our upcoming competitions and previous results. Click a competition to read more about it. To view a list of the competition grades and their routines please click here.

Entering a Competition

To enter a competition please login and complete our competition entry form. If you do not know your login please visit the recovery page.

Guide to Competitions

To help with member and parent understanding of competitions we have created a Competition Guide that explains everything you need to know about them.

Competition Grades

To see a full list of trampoline grades please see our Grades Page.

Range and Conditioning Exercises

As part of the new competition structure a sequence of range and conditioning exercises will be performed at all NDP competitions.

Results 2010

Club Competitions and Awards

Club Competitions and Awards

Saturday 11th December 2010 What an amazing day, over 145 entries, with 117 actually competing on the day, plus 13 synchro pairs and 14 DMT entries. The friday night we set-up Sawston Sports hall in an unfamilar pattern for our usual Sawston bouncers. But it worked well, providing lots of room for spectators and the cake stall which did a roaring trade throughout the day.
English National Finals

English National Finals

Saturday 23rd October 2010 The club had 4 representatives competing for the Eastern region at the English National Championships in Gloucester on 23rd October 2010.
Easton Grading

Easton Grading

Sunday 17th October 2010

A total of 10 bouncers from Cambridge Cangaroos travelled to the Eastern Regional Grading Competition at Easton College, Norwich on Sunday 17th October and won two silver and two bronze medals.

Brentwood Open

Brentwood Open

Sunday 26th September 2010 A squad of 20 competitors from Cambridge Cangaroos travelled to the Brentwood Open trampoline competition on Sunday 26th September and brought home an impressive haul of 11 individual medals, including 7 golds, as well as a team medal. The Brentwood Open is an annual competition that this year attracted nearly 300 competitors from 22 trampoline clubs over the Eastern region and further afield.
Ipswich Grading

Ipswich Grading

Sunday 6th June 2010 Twelve members took part in the Regional Grading competition at Gainsborough Sports Centre in Ipswich. Our recent run of competition form was put under pressure from some quality performances, but our members were up to the task. It is important to be aware that at Grading competitions, that although gaining medals is reward for the hard work and effort of the performers, it is actually the opportunity to qualify up to the next grade that is the pinnacle of the days achievements. To qualify, competitors must not only reach a qualifying score, but in the highest level, D, they must also achieve the top 20% of the competitive pool.
Milton Keynes Open

Milton Keynes Open

Sunday 30th May 2010 On the 30th May, the club made the journey in blistering heat to Milton Keynes. We had 15 members competing, many for the very first time.
Easton Open

Easton Open

Sunday 16th May 2010 At the Easton Open, hosted by Dragons Trampoline Club, Cangaroos saws a large entry of 19 members, mostly in the beginner grades. But everyone produced their best ever routines and scores. Most grades were mixed gender competitions, except for the higher F grade, which was spilt into male and female. This made for some extremely large groups, so to gain the positions our members did was remarkable, especially given their lack of competition experience.
Saffron Walden Grading

Saffron Walden Grading

Sunday 21st March 2010 On Sunday 21st March Cambridge Cangaroos Trampoline Club played host to the regions top trampolinists as they gathered at Saffron Walden County High for the 2nd Regional Grading competition. This was the first time the event had been held at this venue and it was considered an out and out success. Cangaroos had begun setting up the event on Friday evening, with a group of eager volunteers shifting trampolines and mats to the centre with the fantastic support of Welch’s Transport who provided a truck and driver for both the taking and returning of the equipment on the Sunday evening. Saturday training for the club was held at SWCH and following training, everyone mucked in to set-up the hall. Sunday morning bright and early, Cangaroos competitors, parents, officials and volunteers turned up, quickly followed by over 200 competitors, officials and supporters. The place was full to bursting as the regions talented trampolinists competed for a chance to qualify to the next level, with some hoping to qualify to the national scene.
Wisbech Open

Wisbech Open

Sunday 21st February 2010 On Sunday 21st February, Cambridge Cangaroos travelled to the north of the region to compete in the 2nd annual Wisbech Open. The Wisbech Open is aimed at beginners and novices, although there are grades for our more experienced performers to compete in.