The American Jump Rope Federation (AMJRF) Athlete Advisory Council (AAC) serves as the voice of all jump rope athletes in the country.
Each year 5 new members are elected to the AAC by an AMJRF membership vote. Any athlete meeting the eligibility requirements can submit an application for the AMJRF AAC ballot. This is a 2 year position. AAC nominations are open each year in July.
WHAT DOES AAC DO?
The AAC is a great opportunity for jumpers to take on a leadership role within the sport and represent jumpers on the administrative level. Some things the AAC does include meet monthly virtually to discuss upcoming events, organize the Ambassador Program, create resources for jump rope personnel including a nationwide jump rope directory, communicate with assigned teams on upcoming events, organize judges cohorts, organize National Rope Skipping Day events, provide athlete perspectives on other AMJRF committees, and more!
To run for election to the AMJRF Athlete Advisory Council (AAC), an individual must meet the following requirements:
The AMJRF Athlete Advisory Council offered a FREE Video Feedback Program to provide insight on how athletes can perfect their routines. AAC members watched recordings of submitted routines and provide judging feedback, tips, and recommendations to athletes. Check back next season for more feedback opportunities!
3,770! That’s how many people jumped rope during the month of April for our Jump With US event! Congrats to Proform Airborne for having 2,727 people jump rope with them in the month of April!
AMJRF developed a cohort of judges for the 2023 season! The cohort offered a structured timeline to complete all required training courses and serve as a resource for collaborative learning and practicing, and a chance to ask questions every step of the way.
If interested in the cohort for the 2023-2024 season, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.