The RSC Board of Directors have approved Kamloops, British Columbia to host the 2022 RSC National Championships. The board of directors will be working closely with the National Tournament Committee to ensure this event will be one to remember!
The location is the same as what was planned for the 2020 National Championships. Click the link below for details.
RSC Athlete Council
Rope Skipping Canada's Athlete Council is looking for your input. Email email@example.com with your ideas to improve engagement and participation across Canada!
Provincial Associations must keep signed waivers on file for all members. To download the 2021-2022 RSC Waiver/Release Form visit the Membership section of the website.
Your practice facility may require that they be named on a RSC insurance certificate. To request a certificate of insurance complete the RSC Insurance Certificate Request form. Please include addresses for all facilities to be listed on the certificate.
RSC Insurance Certificate Request Form
NOTE: RSC requires a 14 day (10 business day) processing time for all insurance certificates. Insurance Certificates will only be provided to clubs that are In Good Standing with RSC.
Beginning September 1, 2019, clubs wishing to have their club name appear on the Insurance Certificate must be incorporated and must register as a member club with RSC. For more information on how to register as a club with RSC visit the Membership page.
International Jump Rope Union
To stay up to date with changes occurring at IJRU visit their website: ijru.sport
IJRU Judging Manual
IJRU Competition Manual
All RSC judges must complete the IJRU judge training modules. Click here for more information.
IJRU Timing Tracks are now available. Click here for the timing tracks. For events offered by RSC but not IJRU, RSC will continue to use the RSC timing tracks which can be found here.
RSC Return to Play Guidelines
As the resumption of sporting activities begins across the country RSC has developed Return to Play Guidelines to help facilitate the resumption of skipping activities.
Provinces and clubs should work together and in conjunction with provincial and municipal governments to develop comprehensive plans to resume skipping activities within their jurisdictions.
To access the RSC Return to Play Guidelines click here.
Rope Skipping Canada supports and promotes Rope Skipping as a wellness activity, a recreational pursuit and a competitive sport in Canada.
Rope Skipping is a wellness activity that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle and a positive attitude towards physical activity.
Rope Skipping develops life skills, enhances communities and promotes and maintains healthy, independent lifestyles and enhances quality of life.
Rope Skipping promotes positive self-image, self-respect, creativity, leadership and discipline.
Rope Skipping is recognized nationally and internationally and is included in mainstream multi-sport competition.
Rope Skipping Canada values Excellence, Integrity, Collaboration and Diversity.
We believe in EXCELLENCE by supporting athletes, coaches and community in promoting wellness and personal achievement at all levels.
We believe in INTEGRITY through fairness, equity, accountability and respect for athletes, coaches and community at all levels.
We believe that COLLABORATION with athletes, coaches and community is essential to continuously evolve and ensure the goals of our programs are met.
We believe in the strength of DIVERSITY and everyone’s right to participate in an environment that respects all individuals and is free of harassment and discrimination.
About Rope Skipping
Rope Skipping (British English), or Jump rope (American English), is a creative and fun physical activity enjoyed by children and adults alike. One or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads. This may consist of one participant turning and jumping the rope on their own (Single Rope), or three or more participants taking turns jumping and turning a variety of ropes (Long Rope, Double Dutch and Partner Skipping).
Rope Skipping Canada supports all forms of rope skipping. From recreational programs to high-performance competitive teams, we are here to offer world-leading program support to all of our members.
Full Membership: $20.00 CAD per year. Anyone may be a full member. Competitive athletes, coaches, volunteers and officials must be full members. Full Memberships run from September 1st to August 31st of each year and carry full voting rights.
Recreational Membership: $5.00 CAD per year. Recreational memberships are only open to those members registering as recreation athletes. Recreational Memberships run from September 1st to August 31st of each year and carry limited voting rights, as defined in the RSC bylaws.
Club Memberships: Cost will be determined on a yearly basis by the Board of Directors based on the cost of insurance. Club Memberships run from September 1st to August 31st of each year and are open to only incorporated clubs. Club Memberships carry full voting rights, as defined by the RSC bylaws.
Provincial Sport Organization Memberships: Cost will be determined on a yearly basis by the Board of Directors based on the cost of insurance. PSO Memberships run from September 1st to August 31st of each year. PSO Memberships carry limited voting rights, as defined by the RSC bylaws.
Local & Provincial Inquiries:
Jump Rope BC
Rope Skipping Alberta
Ontario Rope Skipping Organization
Double Corde Montreal (Quebec)
Rope Skipping Association of Nova Scotia
All other inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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