Trampolining Club

Oxford University Trampolining Club (OUTC) exists to provide a safe, friendly and encouraging environment for gymnasts of all abilities, helping them to develop their skills. Trampolining is a fairly new sport at the Olympics (since 2000) and the club at Oxford is similarly young. However, gymnasts have been successful at national university competitions like BUCS and are competing yearly in the Varsity Match against Cambridge, with Phoebe Barnett winning the individual competition in 2014. The club's most prominent member is Kristof Willerton, the tumbling world champion of 2013.

To continue providing an excellent environment for competitive and recreational bouncers, it is essential to keep the equipment up to date and offer high quality coaching.

Donations will be used for equipment improvements, subsidising coaching courses for members, pay for external coaches and to support our competitors. Here are some of the ways in which your donation can make a difference:

  • £10 will pay for one student's competition entry
  • £25 will pay for minor equipment replacements (such as springs and chains)
  • £60 will pay for the annual affiliation with Southern Universities Trampoline League
  • £75 will cover annual British Gymnastics membership for one coach
  • £100 will subsidise travel expenses for competitions
  • £150 will pay for the club's annual equipment safety inspection
  • £250 will subsidise one external coach for one term
  • £7000 would allow us to purchase a new trampoline so that we can train on the same quality trampolines that we compete on in SUTL (Southern Universities Trampoline League), BUCS and Varsity