Turns out all that time you spent on your backyard trampoline coulda meant something.
Trampoline, part of gymnastics, is a relatively new sport in the Olympics. Initially the trampoline was used as a training tool for tumblers and athletes in the 1930s.
As its popularity grew, the first Trampoline World Championships were held in London in 1964.
The sport made its Olympic debut at the Sydney Games in 2000 and featured acrobatic displays with athletes jumping up to 33 feet high.
In London, a medal event will be held for both men and women where 324 gymnasts will perform a series of 10 skill routines, with a variety of single, double and triple somersaults with and without twists on the trampoline. Judges will deliver marks for difficulty, execution and time of flight, minus penalties.