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Georgie's Aussie Aerobics Achievement
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Year 8 student Georgie Norris has reached new heights with her dance aerobics, after being selected to represent Australia.

Georgie will represent Australia in the FISAF International World Championships in the Netherlands in October, after competing at the national level in August. Together with her dance partner Kameron Brooks from Kardinia, they came first in the heats and second in the finals.

She is among 74 athletes who have qualified for Australia, and she will dance against at least 10 different countries across 20 teams at the world championships.

Dance aerobics comprises a routine showing agility, strength, flexibility, coordination, partnership and tricks, which are choreographed to a two-minute music track. The demanding sport is a mix of aerobics, dance and a bit of gymnastics.

Georgie has been involved with Aerosport Allstars for nine years and currently practises 16 hours a week. Congratulations Georgie for her hard work and we wish her all the best on the world stage!

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