Long Jump, High Jump, and Triple Jump are three 'true' jumping events- meaning they are entirely based on an athlete's unaided ability to gather forward momentum and launch themself, completely airborne, for a given distance or height.
The fourth that may be considered a 'jumping event' is the Polevault. What destinguishes this event from the others is implentation of the pole (or 'implement') that the athlete must use to negotiate the height. The rational that it is not a jumping event is in the details of the technique required to accomplish this. The correct technique is primarily dependant on gathering enough momentum down the runway where as in combined with the thrust of the pole into the box, or 'the stick', will enable the pole to significantly flex upward. The pole under tension will launch, or 'vault', the athlete off the ground into the air. the ahtlete is also never completely airborne as they are holding the pole which is always in contact with the ground and is being aided by the force generated in the pole to accelerate the athlete upward (hopefully).
sky diving, base jumping, free running and many Track and Field event such as long jump-tripple jump-high jump ect. hell even dunk contest would count. This question is very general but that's the best I have I hopes this helps.
High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, and Pole Vault
The three events that include jumping are: * long jump * high jump * hurdles race
they would be:
1. long jump
2. Triple jump
3. High jump
4. Pole vault
They are long jump high jump triple jump and pole vault by shrimpier
Four events. It is the same for any track meet, on any level.
field events and track events
Could it be the Olympics.
In high school, athletes are limited to four events. Outside of high school, athletes can compete in as many events as they want.
There is track and field events, but athletics covers all sports, because, all sports people consider themselves athletes
Officiating officials in track and field are called timers. They use stopwatches and whistles to start and time events. Other officiating officials in track and field are measurers. They make sure measurements, like in the long jump, are recorded properly.
Ski Jumping, Four man Bobsleigh, Doubles Luge
Tyson Gay Usian Bolt Andy Webb Dupre
The four types of jump rope are speed jumping, freestyle jumping, artistic jumping, and endurance jumping. Go to www.drjump.com for information about these styles.
There are two events in the sport of track and field in which four runners participate.4 X 100 meter relay4 X 400 meter relay
For teams competing in NBTA events, a team must have a minimum of 4 members. A small team is 4-8 members... a large team is 9 or more members.