A TRAMPOLINING enthusiast from Sale has bounced her way into the Guinness Book of Records.

Hannah Bolger, from Lynn Avenue, earned a coveted world record title after achieving the ‘Most Straddle Jumps On A Trampoline In One Minute’ on Tuesday December 1.

The 20-year-old managed an impressive 56 jumps in 60 seconds – far exceeding the minimum requirement of 30.

Hannah made her record attempt on one of the 139 trampolines at Jump Nation, in front of Guinness World Records adjudicator Pravin Patel, British Gymnastics trampoline coach Ron Linton, and timekeeper, Nathaniel Hague.

Hannah, who is studying sports science at Salford University, said: “I’m just so happy to be a Guinness World Record title holder and to do it for Jump Nation is the icing on the cake. I’ve been training hard and it all paid off. I think I’ve earned a nice sit down.”

Performing a straddle jump involves jumping into the air, kicking out the legs to either side, and touching the toes with each hand.

Hannah had ample opportunity to perfect the jump, as she works at the trampoline park part-time.

Michele Ball, managing director of Jump Nation, said: “What can I say – it’s nice to be record breakers. Since opening in August 2014, we’ve been going from strength to strength and this is a nice way to top things off.

“We’re all really proud of Hannah for setting this Guinness World Record title. Although our trampolines are perfect for a bit of high flying fun, they don’t give quite as much bounce as competition standard ones, which makes what she achieved even more amazing.”

For more information about sessions and classes, visit jumpnation.com.