High Performance Rope Skipping

Jump It Rope Skipping Academy Chairman and head coach, Masixole Felani, Junior World Champion in 2006, is working with 15 young promising Rope Skippers who hail from Khayeltsha. These boys train everyday with the aim of representing their Province at the National Championships and one day representing South Africa at the World Championships.

The aim of the program is to assist these boys to reach their dream in assisting with the cost of training, competitions and correct medical and sport science backing. These boys would also form the foundation for future coaches in the various Rope Skipping projects.

In 2017 Jump It took 3 skippers to the National Championships who all received medals and one jumper Malusi Tumtumana won the highest level of competition setting new SA records and will be representing South Africa at the World Jump Rope Championships in Orlando, Florida in July 2018.

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