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In the sport known as competitive dance, contestants compete in a range of dance styles, including acro, ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, musical theatre, tap, and improv, in front of a judge’s panel. For a specific goal or for specific dance styles or genres, dancers compete in various activities like pom squad and dancesport (competitive ballroom dance). The two main players in the competitive dance sector are competition production companies, often known as dance competition companies, and dance competition lines, which organize regional events at stops along their yearly, cross-country tours. Students between the ages of five and eighteen can compete in a number of regional tournaments. Most schools participate nationally toward the conclusion of the season after participating regionally. Dance studios, often known as dance schools, host competitions for their classes. Advanced dancers can execute smaller group routines in addition to or instead of larger group routines, such as solos, duets, trios, or quartets. Competitions often start in January and end in July or August. Dancers that compete need to be in good physical shape because even quick dances can be physically demanding. Dancers must constantly refine and maintain their technique in addition to their physical fitness, flexibility, and balance. Dancers are asked to refrain from any behaviors that put them at greater risk of injury or illness, especially when competing. With the exception of holidays and summer vacations, competitive dancing is normally an all-year activity.

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