T&T Competitive Team​

Pegasus gymnastics

Trampoline & Tumbling

Trampoline and Tumbling, T&T for short, is a discipline of gymnastics. It consists of 4 events;
  • Tumbling
  • Double Mini Trampoline
  • Trampoline
  • Synchronized Trampoline

The sport of T&T has individual events, which allows athletes to progress through the levels of each event independently. Our T&T Team program is designed to accelerate your athletes’ ability to learn and progress their skill level and prepare for advancement.

If you are interested in joining our T&T TEAM, schedule an assessment for your Son or Daughter’s gymnastics skills.

A tryout is necessary before being accepted into our program.

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Competitive Trampoline & Tumbling Team​​

T&T Program Descriptions

All competitive trampoline and tumbling requirements for Levels are set by Gymnastics Canada, with small adjustments from Alberta Gymnastics Federation. Athletes must meet the minimums to advance. Pegasus Gymnastics T&T program is structured around these requirements allowing athletes to progress through the levels.

National Team

The National Team is for athletes with a minimum age of 10 and a minimum age of 16 for Senior Teams. Levels 5 and up require a minimum of 16 hours per week, advancement through the national levels has requirements set by Gymnastics Canada for Score and Difficulty. National level athletes are eligible to make the Alberta Team to compete representing Alberta at Canadian Championships. The expectation for competing increases depending on each athlete’s event goals. On top of local Alberta Competitions, additional 2-4 competitions Canada-wide as well as an out of Country experience competition is required for advancement to Canadian Worlds Teams at various places around the world.

Provincial Team

The Provincial Team is for athletes age 8 years old and up. Levels 1, 2, and 3 training hours range from 9-12 hours per week. Level 4 commitment does begin to increase, 12-16 hours per week is required to maintain this level of skill. Our goal is to advance athletes as per their personal goals through the levels. Our Provincials Team is offered 5-8 competitions per season, it is recommended to attend 2-4 of these competitions depending on the athletes’ goals. The Level 3 and 4 athletes are eligible to make the Alberta Westerns Team representing Alberta at the Canadian Western Championships.


This sport of T&T requires a base of Strength, Flexibility, Balance and Agility. All Pegasus T&T Pre-Team Programs are designed to accelerate athletes learning and ability to advance their skill level. These basic foundations are taught through the use of gymnastic and trampoline equipment with our certified coaches will prepare our athletes for our competitive teams.

Annual Membership

Pegasus Membership

Everyone participating must have a valid 2021-2022 Pegasus Membership. This is an annual membership and includes insurance coverage through the Alberta Gymnastics Federation. Pegasus Membership is mandatory for all programs and is valid from July 1st – June 30th. Pegasus Memberships are non-refundable.