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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 24 2019, 11:34:35"
Author: It certainly helps but not necessary.
Subject: No you don’t. There is a much bigger pool of talented dancers overseas that’s why you see more of them winning. Dancing overseas just means you’re spending a lot of extra time and dedication to the sport. It’s achievable here if you have the talent and time to dedicate extra hours, prime example are the two girls just stated above. Their dedication and hard work pays off.
In reply to: .. 's message, "I mean no disrespect to anyone and I heartily congratulate all the Australian dancers who did so incredibly well in the Worlds but I would genuinely like to know how many of them dance solely in Oz with no overseas training? All I want to know is, do you have to go overseas to be trained and dance in top schools to achieve such high marks? I mean top ten." on Tue, Apr 23 2019, 15:15:29"


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  • There have been a few Australian dancers who indeed have trained overseas for a variety of reasons, including family matters and gap year travel etc. Not all go solely for the purpose of furthering their Irish dance careers, but those that do - good luck to them. (NT) -- Keep on dancing., Wed, Apr 24 2019, 13:14:58"

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