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Tori Boggs

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Tori Boggs (born Tori Boggs; 30 December 1992) is an American-born Professional Jump Rope Athlete. She is best known for being the most decorate female athlete in the sport of jump rope by winning multiple grand world championship titles and world records in the World Jump Rope Federation (WJRF) and International Jump Rope Federation (FISAC-IRSF), which have since formed the International Jump Rope Union (IJRU) as the sport pursues Olympic Games status.

Early life[edit]

Boggs grew up in Vienna, West Virginia, and attended Parkersburg High School where she graduated in 2011. She began jumping rope when she was 5 years old, pursuing international competitions by the age of 11. Boggs has a background in soccer and running and also learned to play the piano and banjo during her youth. She created Jump Company USA, a non-profit jump rope program for youth in the local community, in 2006, and represented the program in most of her competitions[1][2][3].



Boggs won her first U.S. Grand National Championship titles when she was 9, breaking the Female World Record in 3 Minute Speed jumping by jumping 900 times during the U.S. Grand National Championships in Orlando, Florida. Continuing to pursue the sport, she made U.S. National Jump Rope Team to compete at the Junior World Championships in Tallebudgera, Australia in 2004. At this tournament, she won her first All-Around World Championship title. She was 11 years old. Two-years later, the biennial World Championships were held in Toronto, Canada. Boggs became the youngest competitor to win the Senior All-Around World Championship at this 2006 event. She defended this title for Team USA again in South Africa in 2008. She went on to set the Female Triple Unders World Record at the 2010 and 2012 World Championships before the tournaments were redesigned to be annually. Boggs was the U.S. National Jump Rope Team Captain at the 2010 and 2012 championships.

After a re-design of the sport in 2012, Boggs began competing for the US in the annual World Jump Rope Championships and Grand World Jump Rope Championships, the final qualification events. It was here that she won 30 Grand World Jump Rope Titles from 2011 to 2019 in events ranging from All-Around, Single Rope Freestyle, 30-Second Speed Spring, 3-Minute Speed, Triple Unders, and a few group events with different U.S. teams. She became the most decorate female athlete in the sport of jump rope and served as the Athlete Ambassador on the World Jump Rope Federation Board of Directors. In 2017, she broke the Female World Jump Rope Records for Triple Unders (412 Triple Unders) and 3-Minute Speed (1,010 Jumps in 3 Minutes)[4].

At this time, Boggs is ranked first on Team USA by the American Jump Rope Federation (AMJRF)[5] after winning the female All-Around title at the U.S. National Jump Rope Championships in 2019[6].


After graduating from Ohio State in 2017, Boggs began her performing theater career, appearing on stage at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee for a two-month Cirque Productions holiday show[7]. Following this she began performing in the European theater circuit, living on-and-off in different cities around Germany from 2018 to 2020. She took a brief hiatus to perform with Cirque du Soleil in "Juste A P'tite Nuite,"[8] a special production in Trois-Rivieres, Canada dedicated to Les Colocs, a Québec rock group from Montréal. It was in this show where she played the character of Julie, performing a jump rope act and playing the banjo on stage.

Sport Advocacy[edit]

Boggs also is an advocate for the sport of jump rope across the globe, working closely with the International Jump Rope Union (IJRU), deemed an Observational Sport [9]for the Olympics Games by Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF).

During her time at The Ohio State University she developed the Ohio State Jump Rope Team[10][11], now a registered Sport Club[12], becoming the first official college jump rope program in the 21st century. She created the National Collegiate Jump Rope Championships[13] to develop more collegiate jump rope programs in the U.S. and in 2019, officially created the National Collegiate Jump Rope Association (NCJRA), a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and sustainability of jump rope at the collegiate level[14], where she serves on the Board of Directors.

Notable Appearances[edit]

Boggs is the main character in JUMP![15], a 2007 film-documentary by Helen Hood Scheer, which follows the experience of competitive jump ropers as they progress from regional and national tournaments to the world champions[15].

Since 2001, Boggs has appeared multiple times on ESPN, FOX Sports, and Telemundo. Her viral Instagram videos[16] have appeared on Reddit[17] and Imgur[18].

In 2014, Boggs appeared on The Ellen Degeneres show[19][20][21] where she performed and spoke about her life.


After taking a gap year following her high school graduation in 2011, Boggs received a full-academic scholarship to study at The Ohio State University and graduated in 2017 in Industrial Design and Pre-Medicine studies[22]. She since has pursued a Masters of Business Administration degree from the London School of Business and Finance (2019-2021).


Boggs has one older brother, Zak Boggs, a retired Major League Soccer athlete[23] and current Medical Doctor.


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  6. Wartenberg, Steve. "Tori Boggs: Jump-Roper Extraordinaire". Columbus Monthly. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  7. Stumpfl, Amy. "Review: 'Cirque Dreams Holidaze' a dazzling holiday spectacle". The Tennessean. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  8. "CIRQUE DU SOLEIL - JUSTE UNE P'TITE NUITE - SÉRIE HOMMAGE - LES COLOCS". Tourisme Mauricie (in français). Retrieved 2020-06-22.
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  14. "NCJRA | National Collegiate Jump Rope Association". NCJRA. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Jump!, retrieved 2020-06-22
  16. "Tori Boggs WorldJumpRopeChamp (@snorib) • Instagram photos and videos". www.instagram.com. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  17. r/nextfuckinglevel - Some jump rope terms demonstrated by Tori Boggs, retrieved 2020-06-22
  18. Imgur, Energy..., retrieved 2020-06-22
  19. Schrader, Abbie. "UPDATE: Meet Tori Boggs, World Jump Rope Champion From Parkersburg". www.wtap.com. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  20. Wartenberg, Steve. "Tori Boggs: Jump-Roper Extraordinaire". Columbus Monthly. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  21. "Tori Boggs". College of Arts and Sciences. 2015-05-05. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  22. "The Akron Legal News". www.akronlegalnews.com. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  23. "Zak Boggs". Major League Soccer. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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