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What is the world record for jump roping?
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What is the world record for double dutch jump roping?
What is the World record for most consecutive hops jump roping?
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Who holds the world record in the triple jump?
Outdoors: Great Britain's Jonathan Edwards is the current men's world record holder in the triple jump. His jump of 18.29 metres (meters) in 1995 is the current world record. He also has a jump of 18.43 metres (meters) which was not in the record book because of a strong tailwind. Ukraine's Inessa Kravets is the current women's world record holder in the triple jump. Her jump of 15.50 metres (meters) in 1995 is the current world record. Indoors: France's Teddy Tamgho is the current men's indoor world record holder in the triple jump. His jump of 17.90 metres (meters) in 2010 is the current indoor world record. Russia's Tatyana Lebedeva is the current women's indoor world record holder in the triple jump. Her jump of 15.38 metres (meters) in 2004 is the current indoor world record.
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How many calories can you lose a minute by jump-roping?
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How do you beat the world record in jumprope?
Who holds the currents womens world record for high jump?
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Who holds the female record for triple jump currently?
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Who broke the world record for the mens high jump in 1993?
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Is jump roping an ancient Chinese game?
It's unclear when jump roping began. According to the jump rope institue "The first concrete evidence of jump rope activity can be seen in medieval paintings where children roll hoops and jump rope down the cobblestone streets of Europe. Although, the exact origin of jump rope activity is unclear. Some date jump roping to ancient China; however, the Western versions probably originated from 1600 A.D. Egypt. What is known is that jump roping, in some form or another, spread through Europe to the Netherlands, and eventually to North America." While it likely dates back to china no one is positive about this.