WORLD AND EUROPEAN

Speed Records

Current Disciplines

World and European Masters Disciplines

EventCategoryTypeScoreNameDate
Single Rope 30 seconds (Right foot only)FemaleWorld105Éva Hanuszik (Hungary)02.08.2015
Europe105Éva Hanuszik (Hungary)02.08.2015
MaleWorld111Xiaolin Cen (China)30.07.2016
Europe104Julian Kilgus (Germany)21.07.2019
Single Rope 3 minutes (Right foot only)FemaleWorld506Xingqin Wei (China)30.07.2016
Europe496Hanna Bánhegyi (Hungary)02.08.2015
MaleWorld550Xiaolin Cen (China)30.07.2016
Europe515Julian Kilgus (Germany)21.07.2019
Single Rope Triple UndersFemaleWorld330Adrienn Bánhegyi (Hungary)04.11.2006
Europe330Adrienn Bánhegyi (Hungary)04.11.2006
MaleWorld521Eric Seeger (Germany)30.07.2016
Europe521Eric Seeger (Germany)30.07.2016

World and European Championships Team Disciplines

EventCategoryTypeScoreNameDate
Single Rope 4 x 30 seconds Speed Relay (Right foot only)FemaleWorld393Hungary (Flóra Bánhegyi, Hanna Bánhegyi, Éva Hanuszik, Dóra Krattinger)27.07.2017
Europe393Hungary (Flóra Bánhegyi, Hanna Bánhegyi, Éva Hanuszik, Dóra Krattinger)27.07.2017
MaleWorld396Hong Kong01.08.2014
Europe375Portugal28.07.2016
OpenWorld415China (Xiaohui Cen, Zezhong Cen, Maoxue Zhang, Xiaolin Cen)28.07.2016
Europe385Belgium (Pieter-Jan de Backer, Domien De Beul, Jelle Christiaens, Naomi Van Avermaet)25.03.2018
Double Dutch 4 x 45 seconds Speed Relay (Right foot only)FemaleWorld612Belgium (Elise Audiens, Margot Schuurmans, Paulien Derden, Floortje Putteman)18.03.2017
Europe612Belgium (Elise Audiens, Margot Schuurmans, Paulien Derden, Floortje Putteman)18.03.2017
MaleWorld671Hong Kong28.07.2016
Europe584Portugal (Paulo Lima, David Silva, Hugo Ribeiro, Fernando Ferreira)27.07.2017
OpenWorld625China28.07.2016
Europe621Belgium (Lode D'Hollander, Jilka Lauweryns, Jens Ockerman, Shana De Jaegher)18.03.2017

Submit new record

Important: New world records that are not jumped during a world championship or tournament event and new european records that are not jumped during a world or european championship or tournament event can only be accepted when proved by submitting a continuous video (from the start beep to the stop beep) of the event in question, which constantly views the jumper’s right foot and has sufficiently good audio and video quality to enable the entire number of jumps to be clearly counted.