File under practice and team work: Fourteen students from Japan’s Fuji Municipal Harada Elementary School in Shizuoka Prefecture have set the “unfathomably fast” Guinness World Record for most skips over a single rope in one minute by a team. Two of the students handle the rope while 12 kids skip through more than 18 times. That’s 225 skips total, eight skips more than the previous 2013 record (also set by elementary school kids in Japan). Their seemingly infinite loop is an incredible sight.
Watch more jump rope work, including Jazzy Jumpers: New York City Jump Rope Competition. Plus: An Individual Cycle Sport Stacking World Record of 5.000 seconds and more world records.
via Boing Boing.
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