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American Star Ball Championships

See also: Categories: Ballroom, Competition, Events, DanceSport, Latin, Standard, Smooth, Rhythm

Category: NDCA DanceSport Competition
Dates: middle of May (Annually)
Locations: Atlantic City (USA)
Years active: 2012 - Present
Organizers:
* Amanda Reyzin
* Ilya Reyzin
* Igor Litvinov

Definition

The American Star Ball Championships is a sanctioned by National Dance Council of America tree days competition, hosted annually in Atlantic City (USA), around the middle of May. Organized by 4-time World American Rhythm Finalist Ilya and Amanda Reyzin and Igor Litvinov.

Overview

The American Star Ball Championships DanceSport competition run by U.S. and World American Rhythm Finalist Ilya and Amanda Reyzin.

An exciting schedule of Professional, Pro-Am and Amateur events planned as well as some surprises. They are honored to be part of the Dancers Cup Tour and have added several new Pro/Am multi-dance events including the Dancers Cup Tour Newcomer and Senior Scholarships as well as Gold Latin and Ballroom Championships. The Bronze and Silver Scholarships are a “Best of the Best” qualifier for the Ohio Star Ball Championships.

They are also pleased to announce that we will be returning to the newly renovated Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Events

Events include competitive dancing in the American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Standard and Latin styles throughout the juvenile, junior, youth, adult and senior age levels in Amateur Division of DanceSport and Professional Division of DanceSport.

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