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American Jump Rope Federation

The American Jump Rope Federation (AMJRF) is recognized by the International Jump Rope Union (IJRU) as the national governing body for jump rope in the United States.

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.

2022 AMJRF Leaderboard

Athletes will have until May 30th to submit entries for the 2022 AMJRF Leaderboard! This is a way for athletes to see how they rank against other jumpers in the US. Events for this year's leaderboard are:

  • SRSS - Single Rope Speed Sprint, 1x30 seconds, 1 athlete
  • DDSS - Double Dutch Speed Sprint, 1x60 seconds, 3 athletes
  • SRIF - Single Rope Individual Freestyle, 0-75 seconds, 1 athlete
  • DDSF - Double Dutch Single Freestyle, 0-75 seconds, 3 athletes
  • SRTU (Senior age division only) - Single Rope Triple Unders, no time limit, 1 athlete

View more info and register here!


2022 American Jump Rope National Championship

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*CONFIRMED* The 2022 American Jump Rope National Championship (AMJRNC) is headed to Cincinnati, OH, and this year is shaping up to be our biggest and most exciting event yet!

UPDATE: 

The American Jump Rope National Championship is officially live and in-person from June 21-25, 2022 in Cincinnati, Ohio!  

Regarding COVID-19, we will be adhering to state, local, and venue requirements.  As of January 2022:

  • Vaccination is required for anyone age 5 and up at University of Cincinnati (UC) facilities

  • Masks are required at UC indoor facilities

The University of Cincinnati has a vaccination exemption policy in place for staff and students and they have told us they will accept exemptions for our event as well.  They are working on a process for us, which we’ll share as soon as it is finalized.

As with everything that has happened over the last two years, this information can and likely will change. We will keep everyone up to date as additional information becomes available!


AMJRNC 2022 will be an open championship, meaning there will not be a qualification process for US athletes to participate. More details will be released shortly, so stay tuned!  

We can’t wait to see everyone back together again. Happy jumping, and welcome to the 2021-2022 competition season!

Looking for results from last year's event?  View AMJRVC 2021


It’s our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2021-2022 competition season!  This document provides initial information on three important areas:  Events, Membership, and Leadership.  We will continue reaching out throughout the month of September with information and guidance to help you establish plans for your teams and families.  Happy jumping!

View the welcome packet

View the 2021-2022 Strategic Plan


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