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Jump Rope's Big Leap - TIME 1/10/07


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  • Jump Rope's Big Leap - TIME 1/10/07

    Jump Rope's Big Leap

    Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007
    By Anita Hamilton

    Members of the Hot Dog USA Jump Rope team compete in the double dutch single event at the national championships at Disney World in 2006.
    John Fletcher / USA Jump Rope

    When a teenager named Izzy gives up boxing to join a jump rope team in Jump In!,Jump In! Kelsy Moe, 22, became the female champion last year for moves such as the "double under frog" and "triple under," in which she performs handstands and jumps while twirling the rope around her body up to three times before her feet finally hit the ground. In addition to the Disney movie, which will air six times over the next five weeks, ESPN2 will broadcast the national championships on January 14 and February 13th, and the Discovery Channel is planning to air a documentary called Double Time, which focuses on two top double dutch teams, later this year.,00.html
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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