2 world records created at Shanghai Double Dutch

Ma Yue
Two new Guinness World Records in rope jumping were created at the 6th Double Dutch Contest Shanghai, which concluded at the Qingpu Indoor Stadium over the weekend.
Ma Yue
2 world records created at Shanghai Double Dutch
Ti Gong

Cen Xiaolin broke his own record in the "most alternate step skips in 30 seconds", by creating a new record of 228 times in "The Challenge" competition at the 6th Double Dutch Contest Shanghai in suburban Qingpu District at the weekend.

Two new Guinness World Records were created at the 6th Double Dutch Contest Shanghai, which concluded at the Qingpu Indoor Stadium over the weekend.

Jointly organized by the Shanghai Sports Bureau, the Qingpu District sports authority and the Shanghai Jump Rope Association, the two-day event attracted more than 400 rope skippers and 60 teams from home and abroad, including those from France, Australia, Japan, South Korea and China's Hong Kong and Macau, who displayed their skills in four competitions — Speed Race, Compulsory Routine, Double Dutch Performance and The Challenge.

In "The Challenge" competition, two new Guinness World Records were created, both by Chinese skippers. Wang Shisen set a new record of 100 times in the "most double under skips in 30 seconds" while Cen Xialin broke his own record in the "most alternate step skips in 30 seconds" by creating a new record of 228 times.

Japan's "Mrs Double Dutch" became the champion team of the "Double Dutch Performance" competition, followed by Shanghai's "Super Nova" and Hong Kong's "Double Dutch Department".

A double Dutch forum was organized after the competition, serving as a communication platform for international rope skipping teams.

2 world records created at Shanghai Double Dutch
Ti Gong

Wang Shisen created a new record of 100 times in the "most double under skips in 30 seconds".

2 world records created at Shanghai Double Dutch
Ti Gong

Shanghai's "Super Nova" team placed second in the "Double Dutch Performance" competition.

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