Rabbits are known for hopping, but how do they do in all-out jumping? Here is a video from the Danish rabbit hopping championships.
Their high jump winner hopped 80cm, long jump was 2.5m. How does that stack up to humans? The 2010 world record for high jump was 2.45m and long jump 8.95m. If we say the average human has a body length of 1.8m, and the average rabbit is 35cm long, then the best human long jump is 4.92 times body length, while the best high jump is 1.36 times body length. For rabbits, longest jump is 7.14 times body length, while high jump is 2.28 times body length. How do they manage this feat? With their amazingly long feet (Koko demonstrates) which act as long levers: