STREET DANCE NZ REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015
The SDNZ Waikato/BOP Regional’s were held in Tauranga for the second consecutive year on the 21st March and Urban
Dance made their own little piece of history by having four of their five crews qualify for Nationals.
Urban Dance claimed the Junior title for the 4th consecutive year with new junior crew Kode while Hysteria placed 3rd in the junior division. The Varsity Division crews brought a new intensity to the competition this year and scores were high.
Urban Dance's unLTD, De Visu and Avidity stormed the stage with their very different style sets, but it was "The Squad" from Hamilton that took the title with an impressive performance resulting in unLTD taking second place and De Visu into third. Avidity
impressed the crowd with their swag inspired set, but just lost out on qualifying for Nationals.
URBAN DANCE KODE
Kode is Urban's elite Junior crew for dancers aged 8-12 years.
They are the 2015 Bay of Plenty regional champions.
URBAN DANCE HYSTERIA
Hysteria is Urban's Junior crew for dancers aged 8-12 years.
They were Bay of Plenty regional street dance champions for three consecutive years and National Champions in 2013, heading to Las Vegas to represent NZ.
URBAN DANCE unLTD
unLTD is Urban's elite Varsity crew for dancers aged 13 to 17 years. They were Bay of Plenty regional champions in 2013.
URBAN DANCE DE VISU
De Visu is a Varsity crew for dancers aged 13-17 years. Formed in 2015, De Visu, or 'with ones own eyes' focuses on the fem styles of street dance.
URBAN DANCE AVIDITY
Avidity is a Varsity development crew giving dancers aged 13-17 years the opportunity to perform, enter competitions and develop their skills