Cheyenne has been involved with jump rope for 10 year and was a part of starting the original Skip Time club, competing for about 7 years at a provincial and national level. She coached the demo team last year to get back into skipping while finishing her year in school, graduating from Hospitality Management. Her goal is to be an event coordinator one day but is very honoured this year to take on the role as head coach for Skip Time’s junior competitive program. "I have always been passionate about jump rope, growing up with the sport helped me in so many ways. All my best and closest friends were met through skipping and to this day I know they will always be more of a family than anything. That’s the best part about jump rope, the community is so close and amazing, that’s what makes going to competitions and workshops so much fun. I find it very rewarding working with kids and coaching them to learn skills. I want to share my knowledge and experience with kids as they learn and grow with the sport while having as much fun as I did. It’s going to be a great season!!"
Jenna has been competing in the sport of rope skipping for 10 years and has coached for 8 of those! She has always loved coaching all levels and ages of athletes locally and across Canada. She is currently an Assistant Coach in the competitive program and Head Coach of the recreational program while continuing to compete as a skipper as well. Jenna has competed provincially, nationally and internationally. A highlight of her competing years was representing Canada at the FISAC/IRSF World Championship in Shanghai, China in 2018. Jenna and her previous team are the two time reigning National Champions and hold many of the Rope Skipping Alberta speed and power records. Jenna loves the fact that skipping requires a high level of fitness and coordination, while still allowing for creativity through freestyle choreography and also provides the opportunity to work together on a small team within a friendly, supportive and welcoming sport. Jenna is currently in her second year of studies at the University of Calgary in the Faculty of Kinesiology majoring in Exercise and Health Physiology. She intends to continue her educational studies to attain her Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree
Sophie has been jumping competitively for over 10 years. She has competed provincially, nationally and internationally in masters and team competition. Sophie and her teammates hold many Alberta speed records, and were two-time national champions overall at the past two national competitions. She earned a second-place grand national award for her individual freestyle at Nationals 2017. In 2018, Sophie and her team went to China to compete in the FISAC/IRSF international competition representing Canada. She has been coaching for the recreation and competitive programs for years and is currently an assistant coach for our competitive team. Sophie is a second-year student currently attending University of Calgary, majoring in Visual Studies.