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Who we are

One nation, one team, one dream.

One Nation, One Team, One Dream is is our mission. We are legitimate registered Rope Skipping Federation in India recognaside by International Rope Skipping Federations under the leadership of founder of the Rope Skipping sport Mr. Richard Cendali.

Mission and Vision

Sport is a significant aspect of people’s lives, with several personal and community benefits. A healthy body is accompanied by a healthy mind. Rope Skipping, sometimes referred as Leap Rope, dates from 1600 A.D., when the Egyptians often used vines to jump.

Rope Skipping is often associated with female’s games, but it was initially a male-dominated sport. Jumping rope is known as rope skipping in some nations. Jump Rope is a sporting activity in more than 60 nations, and there are rope skipping organizations and clubs practically worldwide.

The Indian Rope Skipping Federation is a non-profit association dedicated to putting players first. The board of directors has significant experience and is dedicated to the expansion and improvement of rope skiing in India.


International Rope Skipping Organization

Age Divisions

Under the age of 8, under the age of 10, under the age of 12, and under the age of 14, Under 17 years old, Under 21 years old, Under 40 years old, Under 50 years old Over 50 years old

Master Events include the following

Routine Freestyle, Speed Hop, Speed Sprint, and Speed Double Under


Speed Relay, Speed Double Under Relay


Feel free to reach us at Indian Rope Skipping Federation


The World Rope Skipping Championships are held every two years, and the Continental Tournament is held every odd year, according to the International Rope Skipping Organization. Every other year, each continent hosts its own championship.


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Mayor Cup 2021

Event Name: Rope Skipping Mumbai Mayor Cup (National Championship) Date: May 1st 2021 Venue: Online – Zoom MORE DETAILS SOON

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Associated with
We are part of

Asian Rope Skipping Association

Previously known as the Asian Rope Skipping Association, the title was changed to the Asian Rope Skipping Confederation- ARSC. Affiliated with the International Rope Skipping Organization.

World Inter-School Rope Skipping Organisation – WIRSO

In 2014, Harpal Singh Flora (then Vice President of the International Rope Skipping Federation, President of the Asian Rope Skipping Federation, and President of the Rope Skipping Federation of India established the World Inter-School Rope Skipping Organisation (WIRSO).

International Rope Skipping Organisation - IRSO

Rope Skipping / Jump Rope Sport is governed by the International Rope Skipping Organization.

Rope Skipping is officially recognized in India by

School Games Federation of India

In December 1954, the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) was established. They concentrated on organizing school-age boys’ and girls’ games.

Navodya Vidyalaya

Navodaya Vidyalayas are CBSE-affiliated schools that offer free housing decent education to skilled children in grades VI through XII.

CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national-scale schooling board in India that is governed and operated by the Government of India.

Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) is a grouping of significant universities in India.


KVS is an abbreviation for Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. This is a central government school system funded by the Government of India’s Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

Vidya Bharti

Vidya Bharati has been providing high-quality education since 1952 and is dedicated to teaching the next generation in accordance with Bhartiya values and traditions.

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Featured Questions

Global Questions

1. Is skipping played in India?

Currently, rope skipping is not recognised by the International Olympic Committee. In India, it is recognised by School Games Federation of India (SGFI), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, and the Association of Indian Universities.

2. What are the rules for skipping rope?
  • Keep your feet close together when jumping.
  • Jump on the midsoles of your feet and land softly.
  • Keep your jumping height low (½” – 1” off the ground)
  • Keep your knees slightly bent at all times.
  • Maintain a tall, neutral spine.
  • Keep your head up, chest up, and head looking forward.
3. When did the rope jump Federation of India come into existence?

Mundotiya explains, “The game has been in India since 2000 but it got popular after the first SGFI happened in 2009-10. Private schools started focusing on it after CBSE National started in 2012-13

4. Is there any competition for skipping rope?

Over the last 25 years, jump rope has become a full-fledged sport. Matt Hopkins, the founder of Buy Jump Ropes and a former competitive jumper and coach himself, estimates that 125 competitive teams and 100 demonstration teams are active in the United States today.

5. How do jump rope competitions work?

In speed competitions, one foot makes contact with the ground for every spin of the rope, and the aim is to do a certain number of these repetitions as quickly as possible, or do as many repetitions as possible in a certain timeframe.