DDF Crew jump rope team are the only professional jump rope team in Europe.
They became world famous with the music video “Rise Up” (Yves Larock) and their shows at the F1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain.
But maybe most of all with their victory in the 2012 edition of “Holland’s Got Talent”.
Technical DDF Crew requirements:
6 by 6 metre space, 4 metre height (if it is less please inform us. This is the ideal space). Sound system. A hard, dry and flat surface. Dressing room. Catering. 1 parking space. Options available. Standard 6 min show: Boogie show 5 min: UV light show 2min 30sec.
Jump Rope Team – DDF Crew
A skipping rope (British English) or jump rope (American English) is a tool used in the sport of jump rope where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads.
There are multiple subsets of jump rope including: single freestyle, single speed, pairs, three person speed (double dutch) and three person freestyle (double dutch freestyle). The events are often separated by gender and age.
There are hundreds of competitive teams all around the world. There are a few major organisations that support jump rope as a sport as seen below, schools rarely have jump rope teams, and states do not sanction official events for high school or elementary school.
Freestyle Event Entertainment – DDF Crew
In freestyle events, jumpers use a variety of basic and advanced techniques in a routine of one minute, which is judged by a head judge, content judges and performance judges.
In speed events, a jumper alternates their feet with the rope going around the jumper every time one of their feet hit the ground for 30 seconds, one minute, or three minutes. The jumper is judged on the number of times the right foot touches the ground in those times. (Wikipedia)
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