Dozens of students pull off impressive synchronized jump rope routine

By Ben Hooper  |  March 28, 2016 at 1:30 PM
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FUJI, Japan, March 28 (UPI) -- A Japanese jump rope association shared a video showing dozens of sixth-graders pulling off a complicated synchronized jumping routine.

The video, posted to Facebook by the Fuji Jump Rope Association, shows more than 50 sixth graders linking arms in small groups.

The groups of students take turns jumping over the long rope, picking up speed as they go.

The students form a figure-eight formation and each manage to jump the rope several times without anyone tripping.

いよいよ、今年度担当させていただき、かっとび王にチャレンジした6年生が卒業します(^-^)今年も本当に幸せな一年でした!明日の卒業を前に、卒業プロジェクトの『ラストかっとび』を先日行いました。昨年10月31日の決勝から、最近行ったちょっとの練習で、しかも、あの時のレベルで、目指せ4セット!いい目標だ!さぁ〜感動のフィナーレなるかぁ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

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