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Date Posted: 09:54:26 08/02/17 Wed
Author: and judging.
Subject: However, not all regions would have those numbers. And right now, there were groups at NANS that had 150 in a split. So it does knock it down some, along with removing the automatic OC qualifying. Plus, there will be those knocked out by associations.
In reply to: Just saying. 's message, "Making top 30% NANs qualifiers won't do much to lower the numbers. 30x7regions=210 competitors, and in many age groups there are much more than 100 dancers at Os. As it is right now the formula for NANs qualification is top 25% plus 10." on 08:11:03 08/02/17 Wed

Realistically, would figure about 180 - 190 for any age group. Doable as a single comp.

Could easily reduce the percentage to 25% - the key is that OC doesn't automatically qualify. There are many OC dancers who don't dance their regionals, because they know they are already qualified. And then there are those PC dancers who get into OC after regionals. Not many, but those numbers also impact.

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