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USA Dance National DanceSport Championship Participants,
As a former USA Dance National Champion it is my distinct honor to welcome all of the athletes, officials, lecturers, spectators, sponsors, vendors, and volunteers to the most prestigious event on our competition calendar: the USA Dance 2020 National DanceSport Championships. I am thrilled with the program that has been put together for the weekend which includes activities focused on supporting and integrating our social, professional and amateur DanceSport members. For competitors, this weekend is the culmination of not only the past twelve months but potentially years of coaching, practice, physical training, and mental preparation. Amateur and Professional Athletes from all over the country will be competing for national titles, membership on National teams, and at the highest levels, the opportunity to represent the United States at WDSF World Championships. Regardless of your results realize that dance is a personal development journey and that this weekend provides only a limited view of your progress as you travel along its path so enjoy the journey, do your best, and have a great competition!

Gary Stroick
President | USA Dance Inc.

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USA Dance - Member of WSDF

USA Dance is the United States National Member Body (NMB) of the World DanceSport Federation (WDSF). The WDSF is the recognized member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and a member of the Association of IOC Recognized International Sport Federations (ARISF). As such the WDSF and its NMB’s are responsible for the governance of DanceSport internationally and in their respective countries. As a member of the International World Games Association the WDSF and its NGB’s select representatives to participate in the World Games every four years the next of which is being held in 2021 in Birmingham Alabama. Each year National representatives are sent to participate in the WDSF World Championships to compete for world titles. In 2020 the first WDSF World Smooth and Rhythm Championships will be held in the United States.