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NC dancers step up at National Hip Hop Championships

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Notably, Team Culture achieved outstanding success by qualifying to represent South Africa at the Hip Hop Unite World Championships for the third consecutive year.

Team Culture from Noleen Andrews School of Dance achieved outstanding success by qualifying to represent South Africa at the Hip Hop Unite World Championships for the third consecutive year. Picture: Supplied

SIXTEEN talented dancers from the Noleen Andrews School of Dance proudly represented the Northern Cape at the prestigious South African Sport Aerobics, Fitness, and Hip Hop Federation’S Hip Hop Unite South African Championships.

This exciting event took place in Cape Town from June 14-16 and served as the qualifying round for the World Championships, which will be held in Portugal this October.

Kimberley’s Fusion, Outlaws, and Culture crews showcased their impressive skills in both the junior and adult divisions.

Team Outlaws finished 7th overall. Picture: Supplied

Notably, Team Culture achieved outstanding success by qualifying to represent South Africa at the Hip Hop Unite World Championships for the third consecutive year.

The dedication and talent of these dancers have not only brought pride to their school and community but have also highlighted the Northern Cape’s growing presence in the national dance scene.

As they prepare for the World Championships in Portugal, the Kimberley community can only wish Culture and all the dancers good luck with continued success and look forward to cheering them on.

Team Fusion finished 9th. Picture: Supplied
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