Trampoline to Debut in Prince George
Prince George, B.C. – Trampoline is set to make its debut at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George this week and Team Alberta’s coach Jamie Atkin is raring to go.
“Absolutely. It’s a different experience for us. We’re used to a much larger group of athletes. Here there’s exactly two guys and two girls per province. Eight provinces in total, so 16 guys and girls competing against one another. So a very elite competition.”
The Airdrie native says part of the fun is seeing which athletes were selected from which provinces.
“Provinces like New Brunswick we’ve honestly never seen them. They’ve never been to nationals so we’re excited to see them and to know that the sport has grown into New Brunswick partly as a result of the Canada Winter Games.”
The trampoline competition will take place at the College of New Caledonia.