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England's Golden Tap Team Retain World Titles : England's Golden Tap Team Retain World Titles

Tap Attack, the official England Tap Team, proved to the tap dancing world that they are a force to be reckoned with following the International Dance Organisation’s 2014 World Championships. Under the watchful eye of the international tap dancing world, the 46 strong-team fought off competition from around 2000 dancers from 18 countries at the 18th annual World Championships. Building on the success of their 2013 gold rush, the team set out to defend their titles with determination and ambition. The adults defended their title in the highly competitive Adult Formation section with a show-stopping and stylised Alice in Wonderland routine, in honour of the centenary of Lewis Carroll’s classic books. The first ever English Junior Formation matched their Adult counterparts and wowed the crowd with a Michael Jackson routine – which prompted a Canadian supporter to ask if they were a professional company! Matt Hill picked up a Silver medal in the Adult Male Solo section with Adina Nyahwa coming fifth in the Adult Female section. The Adult boys retained their world title in the Adult Small Group section and the Adult Girls picked up a Bronze medal in the Adult Trio section. Marcus May and Kai Scanlan claimed the world title in the Junior Duet section – retaining the title for England – with the Junior Girls Trio winning a Bronze medal. Josh Wakefield picked up a Bronze medal in the Junior Male solo section alongside Maddie Rogers who came fourth in the Junior Female solo section. The England team is filled by Tap Attack; a tap dance company comprised of the most talented tappers from around the UK aged 11 – 28. Dancers undergo a rigorous audition process for entry to the company, and then further auditions to secure a spot on the team. Coached by Dance UK memberJo Scanlan, a world record holder in her own right, and James Doubtfire, Resident Director of the world famous Tap Dogs, are incredibly proud of their team. Jo said “This amazing team have worked hard to prove last year’s success wasn't a one off. I am incredibly proud of every one of them”.

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