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Call for participants in pole dance championship

THE second pole dancing championship, ‘PoleArt 2014’ is being held in October and the organisers, MooN dance studio, are inviting participants to enter and claim a slice of the $30,000 total in prize money.
The organisers promise a spectacular show with more than 100 participants from all over the world and with a performance of the world renowned Cirque du Soleil on the final day of the event.
The best of the participants will also have the opportunity to perform at the closing gala with masters of pole dancing from all over the world.
The contestants will compete in five categories: professional men, professional women, semi-professional women, amateur women and junior.
The judges of the championship, Anna de Carvalho, Saulo Sarmiento and Steven Retchless, are winners of various global and national pole dance competitions and with experience in judging other competitions in the past.
“The aim of the event is to develop pole dancing as a genre and to bring dancers together with the aim to popularise pole dancing among Cypriots,” the organisers said. They also want to represent pole dancing and pole acrobatics as a new sport and to facilitate the increasing popularity of a healthy lifestyle.
The championship will be held in Monte Caputo concert hall in Limassol from October 29 to 31. Organisers welcome participants from all nationalities as well as representatives of dance schools, studios and organisations. Participants must be over 18, except for the junior category.
For more information visit www.poleart.com

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