RGU Trampolining Club may be one the more unusual sports clubs within Robert Gordon University but it is definitely the most fun. RGU TC is 10 years old and has many loyal members who come back year after year. We ctaer for everyone, regardless of ability, and each year we gain members who range from complete beginner up to trained gymnasts. We specialise in three disciplines; Trampolining, Tumbling, and Double Mini Trampoline (DMT). Club Training is held twice weekly in the main hall of RGU SPORT with fully qualified coaches who kindly volunteer their time to help our members progress and develop.

 

Throughout the year we compete in many different competitions, all over the UK and Ireland. This includes the Scottish Student Sport League as well as the Manchester and Irish Student Trampoline open. With each of our competitions comes the chance to meet students from other clubs and attend some infamous "tramps" socials. As well as socials linked to competitions we like to run some of our wn here in Aberdeen, which are not to be missed. If you fancy giving Trampolining a go, please come along to any of our training sessions, or get in touch with us if you have any queries regarding the club.

 

Training Venue:

RGU Sport

 

Training Times:

Wednesday: 18:00-20:00

Sunday: 15:00-17:00

 

 

Join the Club!

www.rgusport.co.uk

 

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