The Indy Air Bears from Indianapolis, Indiana have appeared in three national magazines for young people and have won many awards at national level competition.
Arizona Velocity is a competition and performance team and is part of the Just Jump Organization, which is a non-profit organization comprised of over 250 youth and parent volunteers. Our jump rope club provides a healthy experience for children where they can have fun while learning the benefits of jump rope as a sport, for conditioning, and for improving their performance in other sports. Along with fitness, they learn the importance of cooperation, making positive choices and how to give back to their community.
The Bouncing Bulldogs Rope Skipping Demonstration Team has come out with a new official website. Please link us to your teams.
The Cincinnati Ropin' Rockets are a competition/performance
jump rope team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. This year's team consists of
20 athletes grades 1 through 12, including the 2004 World Champion, Marcus Taylor. We are sponsored by the American Heart Association to
promote their "Jump Rope For Heart" program and perform at many community events and schools throughout the Cincinnati region. Check out our website to learn more about our national and international award winning team!
The Comet Skippers of Mason, Ohio, under the direction of Carmen and Mike Simpson, are up and jumping! Started in Fall, 2004, we have over 50 eager jumpers. Check out our website to see what we're up to!
Double Dutch Forces - Double Dutch Forces is a non-profit organization that sets the pace for more of a variety in youth programs that promotes self discipline, motivation, self confidence, and fun.
Extreme Air of New Hampshire - Extreme Air is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of jump rope by training amateur athletes for national competition and by educating the public about the benefits of jump rope as a fun, physically challenging and rewarding activity for individuals of all ages and abilities.
The Firecrackers are a performance jump rope team made up of talented 4th-8th graders from the Kings Local School District in Ohio. Coached by Lynn Kelley, they perform at venues across the country. Some noteable past performances have been at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a Presidential Inauguration and an appearance on The David Letterman Show.
Forbes Flyers goal is to promote jump rope as a life-long fitness activity, improve self-esteem, and help advance the sport of jump rope through competition and demonstrations.
Foothill Force Jump Rope Team is a nationally known group of boys and girls in grades 2 through 12 from throughout the San Gabriel Valley in Southern California. They are proud to promote health and fitness through the growing sport of jump rope by performing at community and charity events, and by competing locally and nationally.
Freedom Jumpers is a non-profit competitive and demonstration Jump Rope Team dedicated to the health and fitness of today's youth. We promote the sport of jump roping. Since 1998 we have supported the American Heart Association as an official "Jump Rope for Heart" team for the Antelope Valley in Southern California.
Check out the official Greenbelt Sity Stars website!
The Heartbeats are a team from Ohio and dedicated to promoting the fun, health and competitive benefits derived from the sport of jump rope. They have had performances for over one hundred twenty-five local, civic and community organizations, and have instructed, entertained, and sponsored more than thirty jump rope clinics.
Heart Throbbers - The Heart Throbbers jump rope demonstration team has been together since 1991. The Heart Throbbers are based out of Jones MST Academy, formerly Jones Elementary School in Tyler, Texas. It is coached by the Jones Physical Education teacher, Tracy Berg and assisted by principal, Michael Berrier. All jumpers are current or former students from Jones MST Academy, or children of staff at the school. The team idea started with participation in the American Heart Association’s Jump Rope for Heart program. Jones MST Academy participates annually in this event, raising money to help fight heart disease. In 1995, the Team became members of the United States Jump Rope Federation and competed for the first time.
Check out the official website of the Highflyers from Katy, Texas! The Highflyers Jump Rope Team, out of Katy YMCA in Katy, Texas was established in the fall of 2000 under the leadership of Coach David Cazares and Coach Tammy Aleman. The team is comprised of jumpers from 1st to 10th grade and continues to add new members each year. To learn more, click on the link above.
Holy Trinity High Flyers are from Holy Trinity School in Ligonier, Pennsylvania and are in their sixth year as a demonstration team for the American Heart Association (AHA) and also have done demonstrations from USA Jump Rope. The team has jumpers who have qualified for both USA Jump Rope Nationals and AAU Junior Olympics and many of the High Flyers have won both regional and national medals and ribbons.
Hoppin' Hawks This Club consists of several hundred jumpers representing more than 35 elementary, secondary, & home schools in Maryland & Pennsylvania. The team gives performances that focus on such themes as: leadership, teamwork, decision making, goal setting, and self-discipline.
Check out Hot Dog USA's website... A team of champions... See what they are up to!
Tri-Force Jump Rope is a competition and performance team in Morrisville, North Carolina. Our main goal is to spread the sport of jump rope to as many people as possible. With athletes of all ages, Tri-Force actively participates in community shows as well as regional, national, and world level competition. Check out our website for more information!
The Indiana Hopping Hoosiers are a performance team from Roanoke Indiana. This is a non-profit team that does lots of fundraisers for the heart association! Visit our website to learn more!
Jump Company USA is a demonstration and competitive jump rope team that is made up of girls and boys between the ages of 8 and 18 from all over the Mid-Ohio Valley. Jump Company U.S.A. is a non-profit corporation that is coached and managed by volunteers. Jump Company is affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union, USA Jump Rope, Athletes for a Better World, Parkersburg Boys & Girls Club and the West Virginia Heart Association.
Jumperoos and Pure Energy - This team from Alvin, Texas entertained delegates at the 1992 Republican National Convention. They have pin trading post and some great action photos at their site.
Jumpin Allstars - Check out the Jumpin Allstars website!
The Jumpin' Jaguars were founded in 1996 by Head Coach, Keith A. Stokes. The team has grown to three divisions: The Jumpin' Jaguar Allstars who are Kentucky's only competitive jump rope team and are comprised of jumpers from the Bowling Green, KY region, the Jumpin' Jaguars who are a demonstration team from Warren County Schools who promote Jump Rope for Heart, and the Cub division with jumpers who are developing their skills. Visit us at our website www.jumpinjaguars.com.
The Jumpin’Jammers have been an established competition and demonstration team since 1989. Jumpers currently come from 7 Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District Campuses. Membership is open to anyone who successfully completes the tryout process and is selected to be on the team.
Since 1992 the Jumping Buddies Club have been promoting their "Skip Over Drugs & Jump Into Fitness" message to elementary/middle school audiences through out Eastern United States. This program is endorsed by the US Department Of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
Youth Sports Jump Rope FX - Youth sports is a jump rope team from Woodbridge, VA. Check our their website!
Jumping Eagles - The Jumping Eagles are a precision jump rope team from Littleton, Colorado. Their rope jumping is choreographed to popular music. This unique combination of exercise and dance called Jump Aerobics is enjoyable to perform and exciting to watch. The Jumping Eagles team is totally non-profit. Their prime source of income consists of donations and fund raisers.
Jumping for Joy - Jumping for Joy is a hard working team of boys and girls who have dedicated themselves to the sport of competitive jump rope. The current team is comprised of approximately twenty-three athletes between the ages of ten and nineteen.
Team members of Jumping for Joy, which was founded in 1990, have competed, performed and taught jump rope throughout the United States, as well as in Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Korea, Japan, England, the Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Portugal and Spain.
The Juneau Jumpers is a multi-age rope skipping competition and demonstration team located in the beautiful city of Juneau, Alaska. Through the sport of rope skipping we encourage and establish the love of a sport for health and fitness.
The Kangaroo Kids Precision Jump Rope Team began in 1978 as a small jump rope physical fitness club and today consists of more than 100 children from all areas of Howard County, Maryland. Their mission is to perform and conduct jump rope fitness shows, demonstrations, workshops and competitions to help spread the word about the benefits of this form of physical fitness.
Lakewood Jazzy Jumpers - Lakewood School is one of the few schools with a jump rope club and team. The team has 23 members this year. The club has many students on the team and even more in the club. The jump rope club travels to colleges and performs at basketball games at their halftime. The team also performs at other elementary schools. To join the team there are routines that you have to pass, then make up your own routine and hopefully be accept into the jump rope team. The Jump Rope Team and club members dedicate their time to this exciting and challenging club. If you ever have the chance to see the Team and Club perform you will be very impressed.
The Lincoln Lions jump rope team of Manville, R.I. was founded in 1988 as an after school club. Mr. Byron Kinniburgh who was the Phys ed. Teacher at Northern Lincoln Elementary school became the coach of the team when they started jumping for “Jump Rope for heart”. Practices were held after school and the students ages ranged from 6-18, and grades K-12. Our jumpers learn routines from other jump rope organizations and camps. Some students even choreograph their own routines.
Live Wires - The Live Wires are a jump rope team of Shelbyville, Indiana.
Mountain Jumpers - The Mountain Jumpers are a jump rope team from Leavenworth, Washington. Check out their website!
The Montana Skippers have a show team that consists of almost 50 jumpers. These jumpers have been seen at the University of Montana and local high school half-time shows, homecoming parades, First Night, Kid's Fest, Western Montana Fair, Farmer's Market, Health Fairs and at many area schools and senior citizen centers. Members of the team have attended camps and workshops around the country and have brought home ribbons and medals from local, regional and nationwide tournaments.
Palpitating Panthers - Jump rope has become a big part of the life’s of the fifty plus boys and girls of La Cañada Unified School District’s Palpitating Panthers Jump Rope Team. Members are in grades 3 through 11 and there is also a club of over 100 participants in grades 1 – 6. The group was founded in 1990 and has grown and become increasingly active ever since. The team performs for many school, religious and civic groups; hosts an annual fall workshop and community performance; does many Jump Rope for Heart presentations for the American Heart Association, and competes in regional and national competitions –the highlight being the AAU Junior Olympic Games!
The Rope Masters are a professional rope skipping team led by World Champion, Peter Nestler. Having performed in almost every state and 7 countries, they currently travel full-time throughout the world performing and teaching.
The Shasta Skippers are located in beautiful Northern California and have been performing for about 15 years. We provide jump rope demonstrations, conduct workshops, perform at community events, compete, and host the USAJR California Camp each year. Check our site and sign our guest book. We'd love to hear from you!
Check out the Skip Wizards from Maryland - a great team!
The SkipSations! Jump Rope Team has been performing, competing and teaching jump rope workshops/camps in Chapel Hill, North Carolina since 1999.
St John's Red Hot Peppers - The St John's Red Hot Peppers are a jump rope team out of Dallas, TX.
Steppin' Higher Double Dutch Program - Steppin' Higher is a competitive double dutch jump rope program located in Chicago Heights, Illinois. Our program is geared towards school aged youth in grades 3 thru high school that live in the south suburbs of Chicago and its surrounding area. Double dutch is a jump rope sport, which involves two rope turners turning two ropes eggbeater motion around one or more jumpers. The sport was once a casually played sidewalk game, but since the 1970's has turned into an organized team sport with rules and regulations. The sport of double dutch requires skill, agility, and strength. It encourages creativity, discipline, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Double dutch as a sport builds leadership skills, promotes self-confidence, and builds self-esteem.
The Summerwind Skippers are from Boise, ID. Come visit our website, but be prepared, it is designed for fast connections. Dial up users be patient!
The Super Skippers are a performance and competition jump rope sports team, dedicated to promoting physical fitness through jump rope as a lifetime sport and fostering confidence, discipline, responsibility and leadership. Located in Cary, NC, the team competes in regional, national, and international competitions throughout the year.
Y Jump - We are a young team from Missouri. We started in 2002, and have already accomplished so much, check us out!