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IDSF Athletes Dancing in IDU or IDSA Events

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

USA DANCE ANOUNCES IDSF REGULATIONS

 

 

From:  USA Dance

 

To:  NDCA Competition Organizers

 IDSF Certified Adjudicators

 Sandy Britain, CADA President

 Nicole Jolicoeur, CADA Vice-President

 

July 24, 2007 – Wilmington, DE – USA Dance wishes to remind all DanceSport

participants of the content of the IDSF Press Releases regarding competitors and

adjudicators that participate in IDU (International Dance Union) and IDSA (International

DanceSport Association) events, dated March 18, 2005 and February 22, 2006

respectively. 

 

These releases preclude DanceSport Athletes registered with an IDSF federation from

participating in competitions with competitors or adjudicators of the IDU and the IDSA.

 

As such, organizers of NDCA competitions should be advised that competitors that are

members of an IDSF member federation, such as CADA (Canada) and USA Dance

may elect not to support your event if determined that entries have been accepted from

competitors registered with the IDU and the IDSA.

 

In addition, organizers should be advised that any IDSF Certified Adjudicators hired to

judge an event that also has adjudicators from the IDU or IDSA may have their

certification revoked by the IDSF.  

 

Organizers that are willing to declare their event will not violate IDSF policies are

encouraged to notify USA Dance and provide proof that this position appears in the

competition’s registration/entry information.  Upon receipt of this notification USA Dance

will be able to advise its athletes, certified adjudicators and those of other IDSF

member federations accordingly.  Please submit this information or any questions

concerning this matter to Ken Richards, VP of DanceSport, USA Dance 

at {email removed}.  

There is some additional discussion about this on David Forums. 

 

 

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