Blink and you'll miss it: Chinese teenager breaks AGAIN's own world record after almost 10 skips per SECOND in a skipping rope competition
- Huang Junkai, 14, completed 136 jumps in 30 seconds during a competition in Shanghai
- Team had broken their own world record for most double-dutch skips in 30 seconds
- Video shows him the lightning-fast performance of the fascinating performance
A teenager from China has again stunned thousands with his impressive skipping rope during a competition and has broken his own world record last year.
The 14-year-old student, Huang Junkai, sees a dazzling performance on Tuesday during the World Jump Rope Championships in Norway and completes 143 jumps in 30 seconds in a Double Dutch competition.
The result is derived from the number of times the participant's right foot hits the ground, which means that Huang jumped to the gold medal with an average of 9.5 jumps per second.
The 14-year-old student, Huang Junkai, will play a dazzling performance on Tuesday during the World Jump Rope Championships in Norway and complete 143 jumps in 30 seconds in the Double Dutch competition
& # 39; I practice two hours every Tuesday and Friday & # 39 ;, the 14-year-old reporter told me earlier
Huang, along with teammates Jiang Dali and Jin Zhenyu, completed 136 jumps in 30 seconds during the Double Dutch Contest in Shanghai last year.
The team became famous in 2017 when they set a Guinness World Record with 133 jumps in a 30-second drill on the CCTV program Impossible Challenge.
Double Dutch is when two long jump ropes that turn in the opposite direction are jumped by one or more players at the same time.
The intense competition took place at the World Jump Rope Championships in Oslo on Tuesday
In the video released by Xinhua News, viewers and their coach hear cheering for the three boys once Huang has completed the enchanting performance in Norway
In the footage released by Xinhua News, viewers and their coach hear the three boys cheer as soon as Huang completes the enchanting show in Norway.
The feet of the teenager are so fast that it is impossible to count the jumps just by looking.
His coach Li Yue told video site Pear earlier in an interview that Huang is a gifted athlete and has worked very hard to reach this level.
The result is derived from the number of times the participant's right foot hits the ground, meaning that Huang is on his way to the gold medal with an average of 9.5 jumps per second
Huang Junkai was seen last year at the Double Dutch Contest in Shanghai
& # 39; Huang is an ambassador for Double Dutch. Previously, not many people knew about the sport, & Li said.
& # 39; I practice two hours every Tuesday and Friday & # 39 ;, the teenager told reporters. He started skipping when he was six years old and has been training ever since.
The World Jump Rope Championships were held in Oslo between July 1 and 13, according to Xinhua. A total of 975 athletes from 26 countries around the world attended the competition.
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