Ballroom Dance > Videos > millenium dancesport championships 2009 (juvenile competition)

Discussion in 'Videos' started by HoustonBoydancersmom, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. millenium dancesport championships 2009 (juvenile competition).

    My son is #214
  2. latingal

    latingal Well-Known Member

    Welcome to DF HoustonBoydancersmom! (wow that's a mouthful!)

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  3. dlgodud

    dlgodud Active Member

    Welcome to DF! Is that your son and Luis on the picture? Nice!!!:D
  4. Yes it is. He choreographed my son's paso doble. He is such a great teacher!
  5. Thank you so much!
  6. dlgodud

    dlgodud Active Member

    Wow! That's great!!! I would like to take a lesson from him when I have a chance.
  7. Glasswren

    Glasswren New Member

    That was great to watch. Thank you.

    We don't get to see that kind of dancing from kids here, because of the rules restrictions. At least not in competitons, showcases maybe. This validates the point of those parents with quickly advancing children wanting them not to be held back simply by their age. (No, not talking of my daughter here.)
  8. latingal

    latingal Well-Known Member

    Enjoyed the video of the jive and also took a quick look at the samba and paso. Your son is talented, hopefully he will keep dancing!

    The competition was interesting, some of the couples look a bit mismatched in age and height. Was this one of those competition where older boys would partner un-partnered girls?
  9. contracheck

    contracheck New Member

    Very good. The girl is also excellent. Did they win?
  10. They were the only ones in that age bracket and level. Thank you for your comment.
  11. No they danced with there own partners. Thank you for the compliment . He has been dancing since he was 4 yrs old. He truly loves it.

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