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Date Posted: 03:04:11 02/06/18 Tue
Author: AdultDancer
Subject: How is it fair for kids who just moved to open to be competing against kids who have been in open for 10 years? Or open kids at feis to be competing against world champions? Seems like the adults are embracing this 5 year rule because they want “champ rounds” without the competition.
In reply to: observation 's message, "Then, how is doing what you suggest equitable to those who begin dancing in their 20's to go up against someone who's been dancing for 20+ years? There are no true levels for most 'adult' competitions." on 17:01:52 02/04/18 Sun


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