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Date Posted: 13:26:38 05/03/18 Thu
Author: When no one care about rules is when a sport goes awry
Subject: There has also been a loophole taken advantage of for many years that is a source of debate. It's a big thing if it's not an older dancer and other dancers are plugging away and frankly are closer to the top box consistently than another dancer who is just placing and then gets moved up after 2.
In reply to: It's really not that big of a thing 's message, "The rule is to have three firsts, in place for about 13 years. However, a TC can (and will) move a dancer to OC, without fully having the 3. Frequently it is done fo ran older dancer around the time of the NANS entries are due to allow dancer to dance NANS (if didn't make qualifying at O's)" on 13:21:37 05/03/18 Thu

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  • Not a big thing? Of course it is when there are other dancers trying to get that last first to qualify for NANS? Why would a TC flaunt the rules and move someone up? Our rules state 3 PC firsts to move up (NT) -- why cheat?, 23:40:22 05/03/18 Thu

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