Trampoline Origins And Development

- Nov 28, 2017 -

The origin of trampolines and acrobatics. French acrobats were among the earliest people to use modern trampolines. Trang poland was the founder of a modern elastic trampoline. He compiled a protection net with hemp rope to enhance the safety of Sky Trapeze and use the elasticity of the net to cast actors Aerial, complete a variety of actions.


As early as the mid-19th century North American Cohomche Indians used a similar trampoline to today's competition, circus acrobats use similar trampoline at least 200 years of history. In the 1930s, the American diving champion Nissen made trampolines similar to today's ones to help them with diving and flip training. During the Second World War, the United States used trampolines to train pilots and pilots in positioning skills and achieved good results. It has gradually become a sport that has been widely practiced in secondary schools and universities in the United States.


In 1947, the United States held the first national trampoline show in Texas. Since 1948, it has been put on the official competition and then passed into Europe. In 1958 Britain started to hold the England Trampoline Championships. In 1964, it held the first World Trampoline Championships in England. In 1969, it held the first European Trampoline Championships in Paris, France.


In January 1999, the trampoline became a part of the Olympic gymnastics competition. Since then, the men's and women's trampoline competitions have officially entered the list of Olympic Games and completed its Olympic debut in Sydney in 2000.

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