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The Issue with Camel Jumping

September 9th, 2018 · No Comments · Unusual, Vertical Leap

The camel jumpers in Yemen look impressive, though the ramp up to the take-off point gives them a good lift. It would be interesting to see how they would go doing a standard long jump, or for a long jumper or high jumper to have a go at camel jumping!

They usually jump between 4 to 6 camels, though the hight of the ramp and the height of the camel would obviously vary, and they also sometimes have saddles on the camels, so standardization is an issue. A new Olympic sport? There are a few things to sort out first, and sourcing a standard set of camels would be the first thing. See more about Camel Jumping.

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Insane Standing Vertical Jump – 64 Inches

September 4th, 2012 · No Comments · Vertical Leap

This guy is not doing a standard vertical jump test, but has awesome leg power and pretty good technique to get up on that stack of weights. Don’t try this at home children.

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Team Flight Brothers Can Jump

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · Basketball, Vertical Leap

This footage from the Team Flight Brothers includes Terry Cournoyea, alias TDUB. He is just 5’9” tall and able to touch the rim with his head. Seeing is believing.

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Volleyball Power Leaper Leonel Marshall

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · Vertical Leap, Volleyball

Here is some spectacular leaping by Leonel Marshall, the star of men’s Cuban National Volleyball team. He reportedly has a 50" Vertical Jump to his name.

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Gray Hurdle Jumping

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · Vertical Leap

Not to be out done, here is someone named Gray jumping over a 67" hurdle.

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Hurdle Jumping for Football

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · Vertical Leap

Another footballer, Wyoming Cowboys safety John Wendling, is seen here also jumping over a 66″ hurdle with a 3 step approach.

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Vertical leap over a 66 inch hurdle

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments · Vertical Leap

Here is a video of Adrian Wilson of the Arizona Cardinals, clearing a 66 inch hurdle (that’s 5 feet 6 inches) with a three-step start.

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