DanceSport Queensland to host the
Inaugural DanceSport Australia National Championship
It has been apparent for some time that the majority of DSA members would like to have an official ‘national’ championship that is closed to Australian competitors and adjudicated by Australian adjudicators. DSA has acknowledged this and earlier this year invited all state branches to submit expressions of interest to organise such an event.
AND THE WINNER IS…….. DANCESPORT QUEENSLAND!!!
DanceSport Queensland conducts the Jupiters National Dancesport Championship every Easter weekend on Queensland’s beautiful Gold Coast. Many people have contributed to the growth of this event over the years and it was considered appropriate to stage the DanceSport Australia National Championship in conjunction with this event.
The venue, Jupiter’s Hotel & Casino, provides a fabulous environment for DanceSport. The Pavilion Ballroom is a huge space and the dancers love the intimate surroundings that this room provides. There is always a very receptive audience and this brings out the absolute best of all competitors.
With the venue being in the middle of the Gold Coast’s 42 km coast line, there is much activity that participants are able to enjoy before and after the championship.
Information will be distributed over the coming months but we suggest you put the dates in your calendar now
18, 19 & 20 APRIL 2014
Winners of all open events will have the opportunity to represent Australia in all single style World Championship events for which DSA is required to nominate two couples. For 2014 World Championship events in Junior, Youth, Adult, Masters 1 and Masters 2 one couple will be selected at the 2013 ADS Australian Championship and one couple will be selected at the 2014 DSA National Championship.
This notice is to clearly state the position of Dancesport Australia (“DSA”) in regard to Australian competitors wishing to dance in any DSA registered events. DSA’s position is that DSA will not restrict any of its registered competitor members from competing in any Australian DSA registered event for reason that the registered competitor member has competed in an event that is “unrecognized” by an international organisation.
Please note, however, that DSA does not have the power to prevent the suspension of couples from an event registered with an international organisation. Should couples wish to enter such events, they must abide by the rules of the international organisation.
For ticket and other enquiries, please click on the event name above!
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