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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 03 2017, 13:19:27"
Author: Late nights and earlier starts would make it a lot more tiring.
Subject: This parent would rather have the 2 halls and shorter days.
In reply to: .. 's message, "The Nationals wouldn't be such an exhausting event if they were held in one hall over 7 days. It's all the running backwards and forwards that's exhausting, worrying if you're going to miss one dancer while you watch another, then trying to find a seat when people saved rows of them while they were in the other hall." on Tue, Oct 03 2017, 12:56:54"

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  • It was actually far more exhausting having one hall. Results used to be at 11pm or even as late as 1am one year!!! Much prefer two halls and shorter days. (NT) -- Old timer, Tue, Oct 03 2017, 16:19:54"
  • Totally agree! My daughter danced her set at 12am in Perth, and they had results around 1am. Very long day with just one hall -- Dance dad, Fri, Oct 06 2017, 8:24:41"

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