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    New Extreme Sport

    This is worth a watch, Very cool I thought : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghS5d5cbRYI
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    Holy Sheep Droppings in a bag Batman!!!

    As if Trampolines weren't dangerous enough already!
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    Wow! Amazing

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    My girl friend used to do competitive trampoline and a lot of people she knew from then now do this type of stuff in circ du solei and similar.

    It's all pretty sane for people who are trained in this type of tramp and isn't as crazy as it looks... apparently.

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    It would be amazing to have that amount co-ordination and balance........I was blessed with none of that
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    Amazing though they know what they are doing, just hope not many would be's or wanta be's try it after seeing it done..

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    Amazing - lots of practice went into making it look that easy.
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    Damn impressive


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    my head hurts now.....thanks Bill..
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    WOW! Bet there are some sore bodies when something goes wrong. They certainly make it look easy!
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    Wow, that is awesome!
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    Awesome, I can see it will be an Olympic sport of the future, certain arms of gymnastics better look out because that's a lot more interesting to watch!

    The way he moved was just so smooth and silky, totally balanced and knew what he was doing, no doubt in the process of learning he's suffered a few fall or injuries, but then most elite athletes do. Thanks for sharing, cheers Deb
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    Mathy Trampoline has been in the Olympics for ages, it's far better to watch than this too IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikec View Post
    Mathy Trampoline has been in the Olympics for ages, it's far better to watch than this too IMO
    I was imagining this version of trampolining taking one of the gymnastic slots that are currently occupied by hoops, sticks and ribbons

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    Thats just awesome, thanks for that. I want a trampoline or 10 now
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