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Loughborough, England - Saturday 31 July 2010: Mens team overall winners Belgium, comprising Willem Tack, Wouter Tack, Jonas Vermuelen and Stijn Geiregat get their gold medals during the World Rope Skipping Championships held at Loughborough University, England. The championships run over 7 days and comprise junior categories for 12-14 year olds in the World Youth Tournament, 15-17 year olds male and female championships, and any age open championships. In the team competitions, 6 events are judged, the Single Rope Speed, Double Dutch Speed Relay, Single Rope Pair Freestyle, Single Rope Team Freestyle, Double Dutch Single Freestyle and Double Dutch Pair Freestyle. The mens overall winners were Belgium, and the open mixed overall single rope winners were Australia. For more information check www.rs2010.org. Picture by Andrew Tobin/Picture It Now.
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2010-07-31 World Rope Skipping Championships
Loughborough, England - Saturday 31 July 2010: Mens team overall winners Belgium, comprising Willem Tack, Wouter Tack, Jonas Vermuelen and Stijn Geiregat get their gold medals during the World Rope Skipping Championships held at Loughborough University, England. The championships run over 7 days and comprise junior categories for 12-14 year olds in the World Youth Tournament, 15-17 year olds male and female championships, and any age open championships. In the team competitions, 6 events are judged, the Single Rope Speed, Double Dutch Speed Relay, Single Rope Pair Freestyle, Single Rope Team Freestyle, Double Dutch Single Freestyle and Double Dutch Pair Freestyle.  The mens overall winners were Belgium, and the open mixed overall single rope winners were Australia. For more information check www.rs2010.org. Picture by Andrew Tobin/Picture It Now.