Rush.dance Showered In Trophies In Dundee
18th February 2015
Rush.dance kids have just competed at maximum street dance championships in Dundee, The competition was held in the Caird hall in Dundee.
Again this year the competition was massive with around 40 kids in each sections and it being our first run out for 2015. It was a big challenge for us and reflecting again on how well we have done as a dance school its fantastic with our U10 Advanced kids topping the first 3 places which is just fantastic. Advanced level is the Top level at street dance competitions and with Rebecca Miller winning her section two years on the run showing that there is lots of talent in the Highlands.
Results on the day -
U8 Newcomer, *Winner* Hannah Cowie and now Maximum street dance champion 2015.
U8 Newcomer, 4th place Troy Giles.
U12 Newcomer, 5th place Beth Mackay.
U18 Inter, *Winner* Rebecca Miller and now Maximum street dance champion 2015.
U10 Advanced, *Winner* Chloe MacGregor and now Maximum street dance champion 2015.
U10 Advanced, *Runner up* Laya Cowie.
U10 Advanced, 3rd place Tyler Hutton.
U10 Advanced, *Winners* Chloe MacGregor / laya Cowie and now Maximum street dance champions.
Other kids made a fantastic semi-final and with the rest getting recalls, Liam Giles, Levi Hutton (missing from picture), Chloe Munro (missing from picture), Teoni Sutherland, Kelsey Ross, Rhiannon Mackay & koby Sutherland (missing from picture).
"All our kids have been working hard on the run up to this comp and reflecting again on how well we have done as a dance school its fantastic with our U10 Advanced kids topping the first 3 places which is just fantastic as Advanced level is the Top level at street dance competitions and with Rebecca Miller Winning her section two years on the run, this shows that there is lots of talent in the Highlands next up for us is the UDO British Championships in Brean (Bristol area) in a few weeks where our kids will go up against the very best around the UK."
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