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Introducing the UNDER 16 DIVISION

Introducing the UNDER 16 DIVISION

Exciting Development for DanceSport Australia

THE ISSUE
The junior and Juvenile divisions have both developed to a stage where the current system is simply not working. Some of the current issues faced by many parents and promoters:

 

THE CHANGE
To resolve these issues, DSA have taken extensive discussion to create a clear pathway forward where all children (under 16 years) will be able to compete equally and in line with both major international bodies.

Starting January 1st, 2020, we commence with the, Under 16 Division.

This Division will include all Sub-Juvenile, Juvenile and Junior competitors.

 

WHATS INVOLVED

Junior (Under 16) will have three grades, A, B and C. Events will be provided for both couples and individual competitors over the three grades. Events for Solo competitors may also be included depending on the Competition Organiser.

 

Juvenile (Under 13, and Sub-Juvenile: under 10 years) will have three grades, A, B and C. Events will be provided for both couples and individual competitors over the three grades. Events for Solo competitors may also be included depending on the Competition Organiser.

 

IMPORTANT POINTS

If you are currently dancing as an under 16 amateur competitor, the only change is YOU WILL BE PAYING LESS.

All under 16 will pay $30 for a years registration or $10 for a Day Pass. 

If you are currently a Recreational competitor, you will be given a new registration number and transferred into C Grade starting January 1.

The introduction of the Under 16 Division will also be accompanied by updated Dress and Chorography codes.These will be explained in detail in the next newsletter, however don't panic ... everything that is currently allowed will be allowed under the new code.

You will be able to wear and dance more!

Want to see how this looks in a competition's syllabus? CLICK HERE to see ... 

 

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