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American Jump Rope Federation

We are a volunteer-run, 501(c)(3) non-profit and the recognized national governing body for the sport of jump rope in the United States by the International Jump Rope Union.



Nationals 2024

 

The 2024 National Championship will be held at the Zions Bank Training Center in Salt Lake County Utah, from June 25-29, 2024. The planning team is working diligently and will make pricing information available as soon as it’s finalized.  More to come soon!


Newsletters

Keep up with the latest in AMJRF - newsletters are posted monthly and contain all the information you need to know about our latest programs, offerings, and much more!

January 2024 Newsletter

By AMJRF 01/01/2024, 12:00am MST

The January 2024 newsletter is out now. Happy jumping!


IJRU World Championships

Congratulations to our US National Team for a fabulous showing at the IJRU World Jump Rope Championships! Thank you to all of our parents, volunteers, and coaches for providing these athletes with the opportunity to perform on a world stage. We look forward to seeing you all again in Kawasaki, Japan at the 2025 World Championships!

 Livestream Replays
 US National Team Tournament Results
 Event Photos

AMJRF Nationals 2023

Congratulations to our new National Champions and to everyone who went out there and gave it their all.  And as always, a big thank you to the parents, volunteers, and staff who make events like this possible.  See you in 2024!

 Rewatch the Live Stream
 Final Tournament Results
 Photos
  • Purchase AMJRNC 2023 photos here!
  • Click the "Shop" icon when browsing a gallery to get a discount on a 6-photo bundle!

Development

Create new programs that foster eduction, fitness, and safety in the community.

Competition

Create competitive opportunities at every level, and take elite level competition to new heights.

Growth

Increase the accessibility of our sport and getting more people jumping rope.


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