The competitive gymnastic sport of has been part of the since 2000. On a modern competitive trampoline, a skilled athlete can bounce to a height of up to 10 metres (33 ft), performing multiple and twists. Trampolines also feature in the competitive sport of , a variant of , and , a variant of .
The frame of a competitive trampoline is made of steel and can be made to fold up for transportation to competition venues. The trampoline bed is rectangular 4.28 by 2.14 metres (14 ft 1 in × 7 ft 0 in) in size fitted into the 5.05 by 2.91 metres (17 ft × 10 ft) frame with around 110 steel springs (the actual number may vary by manufacturer). The bed is made of a strong fabric, although this is not itself elastic; the elasticity is provided only by the springs. The fabric can be woven from webbing, which is the most commonly used material. However, in the 2007 World Championships held in , a bed (or two-string bed), woven from individual thin strings, was used. This type of bed gives a little extra height to the rebound.
As with competitive trampolines, recreational trampolines are usually made using coiled steel springs to provide the rebounding force, but also exist.
Eurotramp trampolines are the chosen trampolines for many top athletes and coaches. The Eurotramp Premium Trampoline is among the finest in the Eurotramp competition trampoline series. The Premium design offers extra stability legs to offer the athlete an even higher standard of stability when jumping. The advantage of this design lies, among other things, in the fact that the trampolines are only slightly heavier than other models and yet still very easy to handle.
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