Worlds

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WHO WEARS THE CROWN?

GOLD CHAMP List below

USASF Dance Worlds

Updated 08.08.18

It is the program's responsibility to be compliant with all USASF rules, guidelines and membership requirements. All programs, coaches and athletes are required to be USASF members in order to compete and be World Bid eligible at DX Sanctioned Events. It is the program's responsibility to be compliant with all of the USASF rules, guidelines and membership requirements. USASF program, coach and athlete membership requirements must be met before the start of the competition in order to be eligible for a World bid and accept a bid offered by DX. Make sure you select DX as the event you are attending on your USASF program profile. Please view the rosters under the REPORTS button on your USASF program profile to make sure the dancers and rosters are showing correctly. Questions? Reach out to your USASF Regional Director.

 

2019 - 15 Bids UP FOR GRABS

WHERE:  DX AmeriCup Dance Championship

  • 5 Partial Paid
    • $325 per dancer with a max of $5,000 per PP bid
  • 10 At Large - invitation to attend

Will YOU be on the DX Worlds Team in 2019?

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23 World Titles Under DX

DX holds the most World Titles of all Event Producers at USASF Dance Worlds since it debuted in 2007.

What Is Worlds?

The United States All Star Federation {USASF} is host to The Dance Worlds Championship annually held at Walt Disney World in Florida. More than 120 USASF/IASF member event producers across the U.S. and in over 32 countries around the world qualify top teams at their premier national championships to compete at The Worlds. This international event brings together more than 14,000 athletes to vie for world champion titles in senior and international club/open divisions and categories. More details found at usasf.net

32 Countries - The Olympics of Dance

Australia • Brazil • Canada • Chile • China • Chinese Taipei • Columbia • Costa Rica • Czech Republic • Dominican Republic • Ecuador • England • Finland • France • Germany • Ireland • Italy • Japan • Mexico • New Zealand • Norway • Philippines • Poland • Puerto Rico • Russia • Scotland • Sweden • Switzerland • The Netherlands • Ukraine • USA • Wales

World Champions proudly representing DX Events / UPA

*denotes photo above in collage

  • 2018 - Champion Legacy Senior Small Jazz*
  • 2017 - Pace Elite Intl Open Coed Pom
  • 2015 - Pace Elite Intl Open Coed Pom
  • 2014 - Champion Legacy Intl Open Male Hip Hop*
  • 2014 - Pace Elite Intl Open Coed Jazz
  • 2014 - Pace Elite Intl Open Pom
  • 2014 - Pace Elite Intl Open Coed Pom*
  • 2013 - Exisdanz Intl Open Hip Hop*
  • 2013 - Pace Elite Intl Open Pom
  • 2012 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz
  • 2011 - Pace Elite Senior Jazz
  • 2011 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz
  • 2011 - Exisdanz Intl Open Hip Hop*
  • 2010 - Pace Elite Senior Jazz
  • 2010 - Pace Elite Intl Open Pom
  • 2010 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz
  • 2010 - Energizers Senior Pom
  • 2009 - Pace Elite Intl Open Pom
  • 2009 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz
  • 2008 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz
  • 2008 - Pace Elite Senior Jazz
  • 2007 - Pace Elite Intl Open Jazz

HISTORY OF DANCE WORLDS

2018  ... 1 DX GOLD CHAMPION ... 342 performances ... 128 Non US ... 32 countries ... 14,626 athletes

2017  ... 1 DX GOLD CHAMPION ... 340 performances ... 143 Non US ... 32 countries ... 14,250 athletes

2016 ... 323 performances ... 106 Non US ... 31 countries ... 13,420 athletes

2015 ... 1 DX GOLD CHAMPION ... 326 performances ... 125 Non US ... 32 countries ... 13,562 athletes

2014 ... 4 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 274 performances ... 99 Non US ... 32 countries ... 14,327 athletes

2013 ... 2 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 265 performances ... 104 Non US ... 27 countries ... 11,067 athletes

2012 ... 2 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 220 performances ... 97 Non US ... 10,088 athletes

2011 ... 3 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ...182 performances ... 77 Non US ... 10,606 athletes

2010 ... 4 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ...161 performances ... 72 Non US ... 9,203 athletes

2009 ... 2 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 140 performances ... 42 Non US ... 9,448 athletes

2008 ...  2 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 109 performances ... 31 Non US ... 8,469 athletes

2007 ... 1 DX GOLD CHAMPIONS ... 89 performances ... 6,036 athletes

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