Thank you for making this year’s competitions and camps a resounding success. Between the Pan American Championship and Camp (Orlando) and the World Jump Rope Championship and Camp (Paris), more than 1000 jumpers from 26 countries came together to compete, learn, and teach. Between our two events we’ve seen records broken, performances that wowed the world, and a spirit of international collaboration undeterred by language and cultural barriers. All of this would not be possible without the dedication of the athletes, the selfless volunteering of our judges and workers, and, of course, the FFDD and JDDA. We are truly inspired and cannot wait to do it again. Until next year!
2015 WJR Championship Recap
2015 Pan American Recap
“How do you jump rope?” Jump Rope Video Contest Create a 4560 second video that shows the world your jump rope talents, your creativity, and your unique approach to jumping rope. Make it fun. Make it something you’ve never seen before. And make sure it includes jumping
2015 WJRF COMPETITION RULE BOOK 2015 WJRF JUDGING HANDBOOK CHANGES FOR 2015 After evaluating our age divisions, freestyle events, and judging panels at the 2014 World Jump Rope Championship, we have made a few changes for our 2015 World Jump Rope Championship and Pan American Championship. These changes
Hotel Booking Information DOWNLOAD: Hotel Booking conditions WJR 2015 Paris The link(s) to reserve hotel rooms for the 2015 World Jump Rope in Paris is now live. Book your hotel today! 1. For a list of all available hotels, please use the following link:
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