Our dancers continue to succeed on the international stage as our students beat dancers from across the globe to claim top spots in team and individual categories at the 2017 UDO World Street Dance Championships in Glasgow at the weekend.
Two teams from the school achieved top three positions, with U10 team Switch and U18 team Frenzy both taking third prize in their category. The news comes off the back of Frenzy’s recent success, achieving second place at the European Championships in Germany in May.
In solos, Ethan Gameson, 14, and Reece Reynolds, 14, claimed fifth and seventh prize respectively in the U16 category.
Dancevybz founder Stephanie Massey said: “Our dancers are now competing and winning at the highest level, on the world stage, and I couldn’t be prouder. Thanks to their hard work and the commitment and dedication of our teachers, we are now not just Bedfordshire’s premier street dance school but also one of the UK’s most successful. I’m really excited for what the future holds.”