The 12th Annual Big Apple Dancesport Challenge was held on:

December 1-2, 2018

hosted by Columbia University Ballroom Dance Club

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Sponsorships

Many thanks to our sponsors for sponsoring BADC!

 

Stanley and Jennifer McCalla

A very special thank-you to Jennifer and Stanley McCalla for their generous donations. In addition, many thanks to their continued sponsorship of the McCalla trophy for the winning couple in Championship Standard.

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Mark Nocera

Thank you to Mark Nocera! Mark Nocera is the Organizer of the Eastern United States Dancesport Championships held February 14th-17th, 2019.
Many thanks to him for sponsoring prizes for couples in all four styles at the Syllabus and Open levels.

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Independence Day Ball

Thank you to Ruslan and Katusha Wilder! Ruslan and Katusha are organizers for the Independence Day Ball DanceSport Camp. It is a 5-Day Competitive & Social Ballroom Dance Event, with 150 International Standard & Latin, and American Smooth & Rhythm Workshops taught by the World Known Competitive Dancers and Coaches. Thanks to the Wilders for sponsoring prizes for couples in all styles and levels.

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James Repetti

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Huge thank you to James Repetti! James Repetti began dancing as a child and has competed in and teaches Latin, Rhythm, Standard, and Smooth. In 2015 he became the United States National Vice Champion in American Rhythm and has since focused primarily on his teaching. With over a decade of teaching experience and involvement in the collegiate circuit, James serves as the coach of all four styles for both Stony Brook and Hofstra University’s Ballroom Dance Teams and also privately coaches individual couples from across the country. His students have gone on to compete professionally, as well as to become national champions in their respective styles and levels. James is sponsoring cash scholarships to the overall winners for both Bronze and Silver in Latin and Rhythm, hoping to reward and inspire the growth of the future generation of Open level collegiate dancers.