As though bouncing up to 10 metres in the air while performing somersaults and twists wasn't enough, renowned trampolinists Mathieu Turgeon and Sean Kennedy are now doing it on skis. The brilliant athletes, in Hong Kong to perform in a series of shows which starts tomorrow in East Point City, have added this surprising new element to their performance. Trampolining has been an Olympic event since 2000, the year Turgeon took the bronze medal. During his 10 years in the Canadian national team, Turgeon won many world championships. Being taller and heavier than most trampolinists put him at a critical disadvantage, making it harder for him to flip and twist. However, Turgeon has overcome these obstacles and now his imposing physique magnifies his skill. Kennedy from the United States is regarded as a trampoline genius. Five years ago he started trampoline training and within a year he had won the New Jersey State Championships, setting a record for trampoline athletes. He is famous for the amazing height he achieves on his 'front drops', lifting his entire body more than eight metres off the ground. Local trampolinists will be joining Turgeon and Kennedy in their performances, getting a chance to learn some of their fabulous skills. The first performance is tomorrow at 12.30pm at East Point City, Hang Hau (for inquiries call 2628 7399). Subsequent shows will be at K-Point, Tuen Mun (2450 0101), Chelsea Heights, Choi Yee Bridge (2468 2009), Park Central, Tseung Kwan O (3417 4328), Sun Yuen Long Centre, Yuen Long (2479 2208), before returning to East Point City on Sunday.