Michael Chan began career of jump rope/rope skipping from 2012 as co-founder of China Rope Skipping Organisation (CRSA),authorized by The General Administration of Sport of P.R.China. Michael focus on promotion of jump rope/rope skipping all over China.
Janet's involvement with jump rope began in fourth grade elementary school in the U.S. on a demonstration team, and began to really take off in 2003 after moving to Japan. Since then she has had the privilege of assisting with major rope skipping competitions domestically in Japan, and internationally in Asia and around the world, serving as a judge, announcer, organiser, interpreter, head of delegation for Japan, board member, competitor, workshop instructor, performer, etc. Janet has long-served as a board member of the Japanese Rope Skipping Federation (JRSF), Asian Rope Skipping Federation (ARSF), and International Rope Skipping Federation (FISAC-IRSF).
Mr. Poomperm Klissanavanich (Tae), as a vice president of Thai Jump Rope Sport Association, has a responsibility on internal and regulation affairs in Jump Rope sport of Thailand. He has an experience in law and regulation, especially government sector more than 20 years. He also one of the team who established Jump Rope as a sport and recognized by Sport Authority of Thailand since 2018. Now, he has been assigned as the admin of the Jump Rope Marathon page (24,000 followers), the TJR's project of Jump Rope for Exercise.
Founder and President of the Iranian Rope skipping Association under the umbrella of Iran’s Sport for All Federation and Ministry of sport and youth since 2004. Her activity is focused on the development of Rope Skipping and use the potential of this attractive field to increase physical activity.
She has also been a member of the TFISA Board of Directors since 2005 and received the TFISA World Award in for the development of sport for all in 2002 and the Anita Ghosh Award for the development of women's sport for all in 2019..
Tina's deep involvement in jump rope began in 2009. She played a crucial role in promoting major rope-skipping competitions in Hong Kong China and organized the groundbreaking World Championship in 2014. With over 25 years of experience in the sports industry and community services, Tina's ability to secure support from various sectors led to collaborations with government institutions, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Nike, and Coca-Cola Hong Kong.
In 2023, Tina was appointed as the Chairperson and successfully led the Hong Kong, China delegation at the IJRU World Championships in Colorado. Their team emerged as the largest participating team in the competition.
Franco started the involvement of promoting rope skipping since 2007 and currenlty serves as the president of the Rope Skipping General Association of Macao China. He leads the association and the sport of rope skipping in Macao to move a lot further with leading the team to the 14th National Student Sports Games of the People's Republic of China, hosting 3 local competitions with government, establishing profession coaches and judges training programs as well as regular jumper training camps.