step over the white board you jump of from.
They are considered the highest jumper because their hind legs are long and when they bend down and jump it seems they jump very high.
The long jump is measured from the front of the jump board to the closes point in the sand that the jumper touches the sand in a straight line.
No. They want to fly so they use their skis and body to stay up as long as possible
Just like the long jump, the triple jump requires that a competitor begin his or her jump from a designated line called "the board". This line is typically much farther back and the jumper performs three individual jumps in one constant movement. Did you know that if a jumper starts his/her jump before reaching the board, the jump will be measured FROM the board?