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写真 | 2018年 11月 10日 04:20 JST

Japanese rope skipper sets Guinness World Record

Japanese rope skipper Hijiki Ikuyama performs to challenge the Guinness record in the mamba rope release style, on the annual Guinness World Records Day at an elementary school in Tachikawa, western Tokyo, Japan, November 8, 2018. Ikuyama set a new record in the challenging mamba rope release style, managing 24 skips in 30 seconds. He beat his previous record of 22 skips.

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Japanese rope skipper Hijiki Ikuyama performs to challenge the Guinness record in the mamba rope release stylemore

Japanese rope skipper Hijiki Ikuyama performs to challenge the Guinness record in the mamba rope release style, on the annual Guinness World Records Day at an elementary school in Tachikawa, western Tokyo, Japan, November 8, 2018. Ikuyama set a new record in the challenging mamba rope release style, managing 24 skips in 30 seconds. He beat his previous record of 22 skips. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Hijiki Ikuyama also attempted to break his other record of "the most double under crossovers while skipping backwards in 30 seconds". But he failed to renew the previous record of 66 skips.

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Hijiki Ikuyama also attempted to break his other record of "the most double under crossovers while skipping bamore

Hijiki Ikuyama also attempted to break his other record of "the most double under crossovers while skipping backwards in 30 seconds". But he failed to renew the previous record of 66 skips. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Hijiki Ikuyama holds his Guinness Records certification after breaking the record in the mamba rope release style. Earlier this year he also set a new jump rope record with the most number of jumps in 24 hours with 51,409 skips.

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Hijiki Ikuyama holds his Guinness Records certification after breaking the record in the mamba rope release stmore

Hijiki Ikuyama holds his Guinness Records certification after breaking the record in the mamba rope release style. Earlier this year he also set a new jump rope record with the most number of jumps in 24 hours with 51,409 skips. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Hijiki Ikuyama lies on the floor after his attempt at a record in the most double under crossovers while skipping backwards in 30 seconds. Ikuyama holds seven Guinness World Records in rope skipping.

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Hijiki Ikuyama lies on the floor after his attempt at a record in the most double under crossovers while skippmore

Hijiki Ikuyama lies on the floor after his attempt at a record in the most double under crossovers while skipping backwards in 30 seconds. Ikuyama holds seven Guinness World Records in rope skipping. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Hijiki Ikuyama reacts after breaking a Guinness World Record in the mamba rope release style.

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Hijiki Ikuyama reacts after breaking a Guinness World Record in the mamba rope release style. REUTERS/Kim Kyumore

Hijiki Ikuyama reacts after breaking a Guinness World Record in the mamba rope release style. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Children cheer on Hijiki Ikuyama at an elementary school in Tachikawa, western Tokyo.

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Children cheer on Hijiki Ikuyama at an elementary school in Tachikawa, western Tokyo. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Children cheer on Hijiki Ikuyama at an elementary school in Tachikawa, western Tokyo. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Hijiki Ikuyama skips in the mamba rope release style.

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Hijiki Ikuyama skips in the mamba rope release style. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Hijiki Ikuyama skips in the mamba rope release style. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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An official from Guinness Records checks Hijiki Ikuyama's jumping rope before he attempts to break records.

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An official from Guinness Records checks Hijiki Ikuyama's jumping rope before he attempts to break records. Rmore

An official from Guinness Records checks Hijiki Ikuyama's jumping rope before he attempts to break records. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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