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The YMCA Super Skippers are the YMCA of the Triangle’s competition youth jump rope team. The team is dedicated to promoting physical fitness through jump rope as a lifetime sport and by fostering confidence, discipline, responsibility and leadership.

The team trains three days a week on improving speed, endurance, strength and freestyle skills. During competition season, the team trains five days a week. They compete in regional, national and international competitions throughout the year.

Super Skippers team members also host clinics and summer camps at the Taylor and Finley YMCAs.

The YMCA Super Skippers have won dozens of national medals in the USA Jump Rope and AAU Nationals. They have also won back-to-back USA Jump Rope National Championships in 2012 - 2019.


The Elite Team is available only for YMCA Members. This team will compete throughout the year while developing routines and working on skills. The Elite Team practices three to four times per week and competes and performs. The Elite team season is from September - July.


The development team will learn new skills in all areas of jump rope, and practice speed and power events. This is a great way to jump, further skills and be part of the team without competing. The Developmental Team practices once a week and performs throughout the year. Developmental Team seasons are from September - December and January - May.

Developmental TeamTryouts

Tryouts for the next season of our Developmental Team are on January 4, from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Northwest Cary YMCA. Signup is required. 

Sign Up for Tryouts

Health and Safety

The YMCA will ask each participant to undergo a temperature screening before attending.

Extra precautions will be in place to accommodate social distancing and we have new protocols in place.

Please complete our daily screening form prior to your child's participation in our sports programs.

Daily Screening Form

Tryout Skills

Everyone will be asked to perform a Single Rope Skill as well as Speed and Double Unders. Jumpers will also be required to demonstrate jumping to the beat of music. Jumpers trying out for the Elite Team should be able to complete almost everything that is asked of them, while jumpers trying out for the Developmental Team can still potentially make the team without being able to do everything. 

Single Rope Skills
360ToadCougar CrossBasic Rope WrapSide-Swing Cross


The Super Skippers offer multiple weeks of Jump Rope Camp led by their elite team at sites in the Triangle each summer.


For more information, contact Katie Olive.