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Date Posted: Tue, Jun 12 2018, 20:15:52"
Author: Disagree all you like.
Subject: Although some do not move OS due to their own choosing, you would be blind if you did not recognise that it has lately become a 'trend' to train OS for the experience, opportunities etc. Many make the decision to train OS, rather than in aus, so there should be no complaining about being unable to compete in aus championships. Besides, there are an extremely large amount of feises and championships OS so you would hardly be missing out on chances to compete. People from other countries cannot compete at aus nationals, so if you are training OS, you should be unable too.
In reply to: Curious 's message, "Hi there... Just wondering if anyone knows the rules about how long an Aussie dancer can compete overseas and still be eligible for Nationals?" on Sun, Jun 10 2018, 19:37:28"


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