The Boy Who Can Jump Rope Faster Than Anyone In The World – 1,000 Jumps In Just 2 Minute 47 Seconds

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Cen Xiaolin, a 15-year-old high-school student from Guangzhou, south China’s Guangdong Province, completed an “impossible challenge”, jumping faster than a team of national rope-jumping champions.

Xiaolin completed an “impossible challenge”, jumping faster than a team of national rope-jumping champions. He alone against a five-person relay team left the audience mesmerised with a jaw-dropping performance as he attempted 1,000 jumps at lightning speed.

In just 2 minute 47 seconds, Xiaolin reached his target – having stopped only once when the rope was caught between his shoes at 966. With elfin 34 jumps short of his victory feat, the audience and judges cheered him and encouraged him to reach his goal ahead of the entire team.

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“Beyond the Edge,” an original reality show produced and broadcast by China Central Television, showcases ordinary people performing superhuman feats. Watch the first episode of the second season, as contestants try to break Guinness World Records.

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