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Oxygen Freejumping, a new venture helmed by David Stalker and Fred Turok, has sprung open the door of London’s first trampoline park in West Acton.

The debut site for Oxygen Freejumping – which has been set up by ex-ukactive chair Stalker and LA fitness founder Turok, was officially opened last week by the mayor of Ealing Harbhajan Kaur Dheer, film star and freerunning legend Sébastien Foucan and Team GB gymnasts Jenna Barrett and William Cowen.

Open to the public from today (July 20), Oxygen Freejumping in Acton features 150 connected trampolines on the main floor, along with dodgeball courts, a giant airbag, “walk the wall trampolines”, basketball hoops and tumble tracks. There are plans to open a second site in Southampton this October, with five more sites planned for the next 12 months and a further 15 in the pipeline.

Credited as one of the founders of freerunning Sébastien Foucan will oversee a series of academies that will give children and adults the opportunity to experience the sport ‘Foucan-style’. A dedicated 3,000sq ft (279sq m) Foucan obstacle course will feature at every trampoline park opened by Oxygen Freejumping.

Speaking at the launch party, Oxygen Freejumping CEO David Stalker said: “Oxygen Freejumping has been many months in the making and we have been overwhelmed by the support of the local community.

“We look forward to hosting your parties, teaching you to jump, help you to get fit, learning together how to free-run but most of all making sure you have a fantastic time. I challenge you all to jump on a trampoline and not smile!”

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Oxygen Freejumping, a new venture helmed by David Stalker and Fred Turok, has sprung open the door of London’s first trampoline park in West Acton.
Mayor Harbhajan Kaur Dheer, CEO David Stalker, Sébastien Foucan and local children


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