61 inches is the world record but usually people can only jump around 45-50 inches
Those little monsters can jump up to 2 feet high straight up. They would jump that high to get away from trouble, find a mate, or to munch on your vegetable garden. They tear that up where I come from (MD).
Foxes can jump at least 4 feet. This is why certain fences will not keep them out. Some foxes can jump as high as 6 feet.
The answer to that is somewhere around one, to infinity. Depends on your local provider though.
The men's World Record in the high jump was not broken in 1968. The WR at the time was 2.28 meters (7 feet 5 and 3/4 inches) set by Valery Brumel of Russia in 1963 and was not broken until 1971 when Pat Matzdorf of the United States jumped 2.29 meters (7 feet 6 and 1/6 inches). However, the Olympic record was broken that year by Dick Fosbury of the United States who jumped 2.24 meters (7 feet 4 and 1/4 inches) and broke the old Olympic record of 2.18 meters (7 feet 1 and 3/4 inches) held by Valery Brumel of Russia. The women's World Record in 1968 was 1.91 meters (6 feet 3 and 1/4 inches, set in 1961) held by Iolanda Balas of Romania and was not broken until 1971 by Ilona Gusenbauer of Austria who jumped 1.92 meters (6 feet 3 and 1/2 inches).
Olivier Favre holds the record for highest dive at 177 feet. This was set in 1987 in France. Other notable high divers include Dana Kunze.
As of October, 2007 Javier Sotomayor of Cuba holds the men's indoor high jump record at 2.43 meters (7 feet 11 3/4 inches).
== == On 19 July 1988, at a performance in The Hague, the Chinese acrobat Yan Zhi Cheng jumped (without trampoline or any assistance) through a hoop of which the lowest point was measured at 246 cm. He used two legs to set off, so his jump isn't the official world record. However, it is the highest human jump ever recorded. Source: Guinness Book of Records 1989.
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Charles Austin won gold in high jump at the 1996 Games in Atlanta with a jump of 2.39 meters (7 feet, 10 1/10 inches). It stands today as an Olympic record.
These skills are needed in high jump
Yes it is, it is farther than most High School Girls length, the average for 13-14 is 16 feet, you are jumping 15.5ft.
They can jump close to 6 feet vertical, which much higher than cattle. This is the main reason why a bison producer has to have his or her bison handling facility fences at a height of 8 feet to handle bison.
A bison normally would respect a fence unless he is pressured in such a way that he and the rest of his herd need to find some way to escape, or if he's alone in a pasture and is desperate to get to his herd which is on the other side of the fence. A bison will even wreck a solid board fence in a bison handling facility if he can't see his herd-mates when being pushed through to the squeeze.
1. Will take names of all contestants.
2. Maximum 2 participants per team, per gender, per grade.
3. Will check to make sure pit has been raked before calling next jumper.
4. When pit is raked call "Brown up, Smith on deck, Jones in the hole."
5. Record distance for of measured jump.
6. Will allow each jumper 3 jumps.
1. Will call "scratch" when jumper passes line.
2. Measure jump to closest point on scratch board.
3. Announce measurement to scorer to the nearest 1/4 inch.
PIT JUDGES (2)
Place marker corresponding with the number on the scorer's sheet at the edge
of the pit in line with the mark of the jumper's body nearest the scratch board.
Will rake pit in preparation for the next jumper.
After all 3 jumps are taken - one pit judge will hold the tape at the "zero" mark
at the place where each stake is in the pit calling out the number on the stake.
The "stick" itself is just called a pole or a pole vaulting pole.
The poles are named by their length and maximum weight it can hold. For instance, a pole that is 12 feet tall and can hold a pole vaulter with a maximum weight of 130 pounds is a 12 foot 130 pole.
10-100+ feet Depends on how old the vampire is as well as if they've been feeding. As high as you can love. We are pretty much normal people
I agree with the above comment we are pretty much just like everyone else
leg muscles and speed
James ollgy from south America made a world record record of 2.45 meters
For the same leg strength / jumping technique, weight affects how far one can jump.
Acceleration = Force / Mass
With more mass, you cannot accelerate yourself as much when you jump with the same force. Imagine trying to jump with a small backpack full of sand strapped to your back. Your strength hasn't changed. That is, the amount of force you can deliver hasn't changed, but your mass has. You can't jump as high.
i think that 2 of the types are:
# use 1 leg to push you of the ground- the strongest leg # Put the knee that is on the other leg into the air # keep your arms straight
Russia's Anna Chicherova Won Womens High Jump Gold Medal 2012 London, and she later admitted that to help her jump, she does the event with a full bladder, she said that she hold more than 6 times her bladder can handle, then performs the jump, she is known for holding her pee back for over 2 weeks!!