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World Junior Ballroom Championships - a report by Tony Hunnisett
Tony Hunnisett was invited to adjudicate the IDSF World Junior II Standard Championships in Moscow in March. Read his report of the competition here.
Congratulations to George Bowyer and Zoe Stacey who have been selected to represent England in the World Youth Ballroom Championships in Korea at the start of May.
TRAVEL INSURANCE FOR THOSE SELECTED TO REPRESENT ENGLAND
We are delighted to announce that we have worked with our insurance providers to ensure all those whom we select to represent England will have fully comprehensive travel insurance which covers competing, when they travel to the Europeans/Worlds. Many standard travel insurance policies will not cover competitive sports and activities, so we are investigating the possibility of extending this offer to all EADA members who compete internationally.
The series of World & European Championships has started. The European Youth Latin Championships was the first competition to be held. Adam Brunyee & Sophie Denton placed =33rd and Callum Sanderson & Natasha Jackson placed 39th in the event in Moscow, out of 49 couples. Read Callum's report.
Congratulations to Adam Brunyee & Sophie Denton and Callum Sanderson & Natasha Jackson who have been selected to represent England in the World Youth Latin Championships in Austria at the end of April.
EADA AT MOVE IT
Thanks to those couples who performed on behalf of EADA at Move it (the UK's largest dance exhibition) in London's Olympia: Lloyd Perry & Rebecca Scott; AJ Pritchard & Chloe Hewitt; Mark & Olga Elsbury and Richard Still & Morgan Hemphill. There was a greater Ballroom & Latin presence at this years event and we are grateful to all those couples who took part in helping to promote dancesport.
Competition Day at Horsham - 7 March 2010
By Fides Matzdorf
This was only the second time we made it to Horsham (since it’s such a long way to go for us), but, just like the first time, we found it was well worth it!
Congratulations to Richard Still & Morgan Hemphill who have been selected to represent England in the European Amateur 10-dance Championships in Moldova in April.