Annual Frog Jump contest held at State Capitol
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- The annual Frog Jump contest was held Tuesday on the State Capitol lawn.
The contest honors the Mark Twain short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frogs of Calaveras County."
The teams are made up of state lawmakers and bullfrogs.
The winner for longest jump was "Notorious HOP," which jumped more than 10 feet for Assm. Eric Linder R-Corona.
The shortest: "Herkimer" which jumped slightly more than a foot for Assm. Richard Bloom D-Santa Ana.
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