The Professional Grand Slam is the newest tour for competitors in the four dance styles – American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Ballroom and International Latin. Throughout this year, dancers competed in this event at host competitions including The Emerald Ball Dance Championships, The Millennium Dancesport Championships, The Manhattan Dance Championships and The Embassy Ball Dance Championships. Professional finalists earned points for their placements to name an Overall Winner in each style.
The Overall Winner in each style will compete in the Professional Grand Slam Finale Saturday night in Battelle Hall!
Professional Grand Slam Finalists Prepare 3 Routines
– 1 minute 30 second routine of Closed Syllabus, from Closed Bronze thru Closed Gold in the represented style. The dance and music to be selected by the Professional Couple.
– 1 minute 30 second of their Professional Competitive Routine. The dance and music to be selected by the Professional Couple.
– 2 minute 30 second routine of Open Choreography. The dance and music to be selected by the Professional Couple. No props of any kind are allowed.
All Grand Slam competitors should review Rule 35 of theRules & Regulations, which defines the required Show Dance rules.