The highest vertical jump ever was Michael Jordan. Known as MJ.
The answer is yes. Highest recorded vertical jump for a human being is 2.54 cm, while highest jump recorded by a horse is 2.47 cm. That is amazing!
The highest recorded rabbit jump is one meter. The longest recorded jump is three meters.
idk but Adrian Wilson of the Arizona cardinals did a vertical of 66 inches... i believe one guy in 1988 of the Olympics did jump 256 cm though..from the 1989 guiness book of world records.
The record for the highest standing vertical jump is held by Gerald Sensabaugh. His jump was 46 inches at the NFL Combine. The longest recorded armspan is held by basketball player, Manute Bol, with a span of 8 feet 6 inches. He has a reach of 10 feet 5 inches.
Poodles naturally have the highest vertical.
i do. 7235 vertical feet
61 inches held by kadour ziani
61 inches held by Kadour Ziani
I think it was Kelly Brook.
about 25 Metres.
According to NBA Scout reports, Blake Griffin has recorded a 37 inch vertical jump.
Michael Jordan's vertical jump is recorded around 48". It is also estimated that his hang time, or time spent in the air, is about 0.98 seconds.
A vertical jump is when you jump straight up in the air
Casen Baker 54 inches
There are a variety of ways to measure your vertical jump but they all use the same "formula."Your highest reach subtracted by, your highest touch, equals your vertical jump.So you need to know your standing reach, and have a method for marking your highest touch.A Vertec is a commonly used apparatus that allows you to do both (see link for photo).Electronic pads also measure vertical jump but do so by measuring time in the air, which is subject to error if knees are bent.The best way to measure your vertical is by knowing your reach and measuring your highest touch.Your jumping ability can change from day to day, so it is best to measure often to get an accurate reading.
The highest I've seen is 16 million
When Tebow did his in 2010 they said he either broke or tied the record for Quarterbacks.
== == On 19 July 1988, at a performance in The Hague, the Chinese acrobat Yan Zhi Cheng jumped (without trampoline or any assistance) through a hoop of which the lowest point was measured at 246 cm. He used two legs to set off, so his jump isn't the official world record. However, it is the highest human jump ever recorded. Source: Guinness Book of Records 1989. See the related link below for more detail.
With no official recordings of vertical leap, the highest in the WNBA is thought to be that of Deanna Nolan with an estimated average jump height of 34 inches. In track and field, the world record for the high jump is held by Bulgaria's Stefka Kostadinova at 2.09 meters.
frogs can jump 2 meters or more. The highest recorded frog jump was 7 meters!10 feet