In 2018 alone, members of the NSW Trampoline High Performance Squad brought home Youth Olympic, World Championship, World Age Championship, World Cup and Pacific Rim Medals!
The aim of the program is to provide structured support, tailored to the individuals enabling them to excel in their sporting career.
- Build the states capacity to achieve at an international level by developing and maintaining a talent identification program and junior squads to support athletes for the future.
- Increase the performance level of elite athletes by providing a range of support services.
- Produce athletes achieving podium finished at international benchmark events.
- Contribute to Gymnastics Australia High performance outcomes by producing athletes that are competitive at an international standard.
Eastlake Trampoline Sports
Eastlake Trampoline Sports Club has been running for 27 years and has been operating out of the Belmont High School venue for 16 years and is run and managed by High Performance Coach, Brett Austine.
The club is equipped with high standard FIG equipment, which is maintained at an exceptional level. It is frequently utilised by Gymnastics Australia for National Squad camps and clinics.
How Does It Work?
The Squad consists of a maximum of 15 athletes, actively competing in the disciplines of trampoline and/or double mini trampoline. The program is non-centralised and meets on a monthly basis. Training sessions alternate between Eastlake Trampoline Sports & Sydney Gymnastics & Aquatic Centre; the two named high performance centres.
Sydney Gymnastics Centre
Sydney Gymnastics and Aquatic centre is a premier, state of the art facility, providing a world class experience to its members. SGAC is one of the largest purpose-built gymnastics facilities in the southern hemisphere with Olympic standard equipment provided by Janssen-Fritsen as well as two 25 metre pools heated to 28 and 32 degrees respectively.
The gymnastics centre itself offers recreational through to high level programs, including an elite squad of trampoline athletes, managed by Damian Ryan and Belinda Cox.