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Jump most commonly refers to jumping, a form of movement in which an organism propels itself into the air.

Jump or jumping may also refer to:

Arts and media[edit]






Other uses in arts and media[edit]

  • MDR Jump, a German public radio station
  • Jump (magazine line), a line of manga magazines
  • Jump (musical), a Korean comedic theatrical performance involving martial arts, acrobatics, and dance moves
  • Jump drive, a speculative invention in science fiction, a method of traveling through hyperspace
  • J.U.M.P., a fictional weapon in the G.I. Joe universe


Science and technology[edit]


Other uses in science and technology[edit]


  • Figure skating jumps, an element of competitive figure skating disciplines
  • Jumping (horse), a major element of many equestrian sports
    • Show jumping, or stadium jumping, a competitive equestrian event
  • Jump rope, where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads
  • Parachuting, typically by jumping from a flying aircraft
    • BASE jumping, parachuting or wingsuit flying from a fixed structure or cliff
  • Competitive events in the sport of athletics
    • High jump, a track and field event over a horizontal bar
    • Long jump, a track and field event
    • Pole vault, a track and field event sometimes known as pole jumping
    • Triple jump, a track and field event
    • Vertical jump, a power and endurance exercise, commonly used to measure the power output of athletes

Other uses[edit]

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