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AGE DIVISION
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AGE DIVISION

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  BOOK 2


 

 

3.4 

The following age divisions will be used in all IDO events

Mini Kids    7 and under
Children   11 and under
Junior      12 – 15
Adult 1    
16 and over
Adult 2    31 and over
Senior     50 and over (Belly Dance /Oriental)


On occasion an Organizer may run a competition for Mini Kids, Senior’s and/or Adult 2.
It is not possible to compete in the same discipline and categorie in two different age divisions during one calender year.

Example: A couple competing in Salsa Adult 2 competition cannot compete in Salsa Adult competition in one year, but can compete in Bachata Adult competition.
In Mini Kids division Championship title cannot be given. The highest title is Mini Kids Dance Star Champion. (Implementation January 1st, 2015)

Adult 2, groups and formations, may be in any of IDO’s disciplines at the discretion of the Organizer. Adult 2 shall be at least 31 and over during the year of competition and where applicable in all disciplines, no exceptions.

The Official Continental and World Championship title will always be in the Adult 1 Division. For Children, Juniors and Adults 2, the title must be defined with the age division.

Example: Children World Tap Dance Championship 2014.
It is not possible to compete in one discipline and one category in two different age divisions at the same competition event.
Example: If a dancer competes in Disco Mini Kids solo he/she can not compete in Disco Children Solo categorie, but can compete in Disco Children Formation.

(Implementation January 1st, 2015)


DETERMINING ONE’S AGE DIVISION


A competitor’s age division is determined by his or her year of birth as it falls within the calendar year of the competition.

a.  For Duos or Couples, the oldest partner’s date of birth determines the age division.

    A partner no more than two years younger than the lower age limit may dance in an older

    division, but the age span cannot exceed three years.


Example: One dancer is 10 and one is 13, they may dance in the Junior Division but if the younger dancer is only 9 they may not.


NOTE 1: While younger dancers may dance ‘up’ a division, the reverse is not possible and older dancers may not dance ‘down’ a division.

NOTE 2: A younger dancer who dances ‘up’ a division as outlined under the rules, such as a child of 11 dancing in the Junior Duo division, MUST dance in that age division in that category for the reminder of the competition year. He or she may NOT dance in the Children’s division with a different partner, but he or she COULD dance in the younger (children’s) division in Small Groups or Formations.
Once a dancer has chosen to move up an age level in a specific category, such as Tap Duo or Jazz Duo, he/she must remain in that age division until the end of year and not move back.


Dancers are permitted to dance in two specific age divisions only under the following conditions:
A dancer cannot dance in both Junior Show Dance Duo and Adult Show Dance Duo, i.e. two
different age divisions of the same discipline and category. However he/she may remain in the
same age division of all other specific categories, until they reach their next age level.

Example: A child age 10 or 11 may dance in JUNIOR Show Dance Duo and still participate in all Children categories Show Dance Solo, Disco Dance Duo, Hip Hop Small Group, Tap Formation but NOT CHILDREN Show Dance Duo.

b.    In Trio, Small Groups, Team and Formations a dancer no more than two years younger

       than the lower age limit may dance in an older division. This rule shall apply to all Age

       Divisions of Trio, Small Groups, Teams or Formations, except the Adult 2 and Senior

       Division, with the following restriction: Not more than 50% of the dancers in the Trio,

       Group, Team or Formation can be two (2) years or less younger than the actual age

       division. The age of all other dancers in the Trio, Group, Team or Formation must fall

       within the specified age range.


NOTE 1: While younger dancers may dance ‘up’ a division, the reverse is not possible and older dancers may not dance ‘down’ a division.
Once a dancer has chosen to move up an age level in a specific category, he/she must remain in that age division until the end of year and not move back.

Dancers are permitted to dance in two specific age divisions only under the following conditions:
A dancer cannot dance in both the Junior Show Dance Small Group and in the Adult Show Dance Small Group, a dancer may not dance in both Junior Hip Hop Formation and Adult Hip Hop Formations, i.e. two different age divisions of the same discipline and category. However he/she may remain in the same age division of all other specific categories, until they reach their next age level.


Example: A child age 10 or 11, may dance in JUNIOR Show Dance Small Group and still
participate in all Children categories Show Dance Solo, Disco Dance Duo, Hip Hop Group, Tap
Formation but NOT CHILDREN Show Dance Small Group.


The Organizer has the right to establish a Children’s Divisions under age 7, as long as it runs in conjunction with a Children’s Competition ages 11 and under. This will be called “Mini Kids”
It is illegal to replace a competitor in a group or formation at one event in one discipline unless 
otherwise decided by Chairman, Supervisor, or the Organizer upon request of a trainer.

                                                              MTÜ   Estonian  Dance  Organization    *    Reg. Nr. 80329889   *    Tallinn, ESTONIA
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