Jump Rope Throw Down Submission

 

2023 Online Qualifier

This year, 16 athletes will compete across two separate divisions (Female and Open divisions) for a cash prize. 4 spots in each division will be filled through the Online Qualifier taking place January to April.

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Review the Rules

 

When To Submit

THE SOONER YOU SUBMIT, THE BETTER YOUR SHOT! - Submit your public YouTube link to the pool via THIS LINK. Every month, our judges will select the top submission from each division and the submitter will be awarded a spot at the 2023 Jump Rope Throw Down. Your video will stay and be considered for every month after it is submitted, but you ARE allowed to submit a new and updated video each month! This means that if you submit in January, you will have 4 chances to be picked + less competition! 

  • SUBMISSION WINDOW 1 Jan 1 - Jan 31
  • SUBMISSION WINDOW 2 Feb 1 - Feb 28
  • SUBMISSION WINDOW 3 Mar 1 - Mar 31
  • SUBMISSION WINDOW 4 Apr 1 - Apr 30 
Winners of each submission will be announced 3 days after each window closes

 

Current Submissions

Open Division Entries

Alex Costa

Ajani Robinson

Seth Ingram

Roger Palmenberg

Brian Sherman

Women's Division Entries

Jenna Meek

 

Ella Budge

Madeleine Garrison

McKenzie Christensen

 

Submission Rules + Guidelines:

  • Length: The video should be no longer than 90 seconds (if longer, nothing past 90 seconds will be considered)
  • Jumper must be over the age of 14
  • The focus should be on the jumper
  • Only one person (the jumper) should be visible and performing
  • The face of the participant has to be visible throughout the video (at least once in every scene)
  • No crash pads allowed (mats under 1 inch are acceptable)
  • Show the landings; all landings must be visible
  • Video must be hosted as a PUBLIC youtube video titled “YOUR NAME Elite SRS Jump Rope Throwdown Submission”
  • SUBMIT HERE

How Will the Submissions Be Judged?

A team of esteemed jump rope athletes will judge each video in the pool at the closing of every period.

  • Creativity: Use your body and your rope as creatively as you can
  • Difficulty: Make moves that stand out + make the judges jaw drop
  • Flow: Combine your moves, try out cool combos instead of just showing off separate tricks
  • Execution: The steeze factor. Show the judges that you have total control of your moves. Make sure that you show them your safe and clean landings - this is crucially important to the judges
  • The Jump Rope Usage - This is a JUMP ROPE COMPETITION! This category scores you on how well you incorporated the rope in your movements. (i.e. actually using the rope/ turning it around you/ doing releases NOT just power moves holding a rope)