DanceSport is all about balancing the artistry of dance with the athleticism of a physically taxing sport. What needs to come across as an effortless succession of steps or moves to music is, in fact, a hard aerobic workout. And athletic prowess must combine with artistry in order to produce a truly captivating performance on the parquet.
It is the responsibility of every DanceSport Competitor to know the rules and regulations that apply to them. For example, each Amateur Athlete must keep count of how many points they have gained in the Ranking system and when they are no longer eligible to dance in a dancesport event. Violations of the rules may result in disciplinary action up to and including suspension from competition or loss of CSIT Athlete ID. Please read the HDSU DanceSport rulebook carefully.
The Rulebook contains the rules and regulations that govern DanceSport competitions, competitor eligibility, and conduct ethics
Importand documents for all HDSU Athletes
CSIT is dedicated to fairness in all sports. In order to maintain a fair competition in accordance with CSIT’s values, we promote the fight against performance-enhancing drugs in sports. In fact, CSIT, even as Sports for All - Confederation, is a signatory of the World Anti-Doping Code and works in close coordination with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) as their partner. CSIT shares WADA’s vision of creating “a world where all athletes can participate in a doping-free sporting environment.”
WADA works towards a vision of the world that values and fosters a doping-free culture in sport. Doping, unfortunately, has been part of sport since ancient Greek times. Throughout the history of sport, there have been athletes who chose to dope and a majority who chose to compete without using performance-enhancing substances. A long-term solution to preventing doping is through effective values-based education programmes that foster anti-doping behaviours and create a strong anti-doping culture. WADA, through its many different programmes and initiatives, targets above all the athletes, providing them with the ethical and technical guidelines to compete free from doping.
of an dance-sport student
Dance-sport as a modern cultural phenomenon is one of the most popular ways to educate a person. The aim of our federation is to create a methodology for the education of students through partner Dance-sport when preparing them for high-performance competition.
H.P.D.S.U with cooperation of C.S.I.T Dance-sport ,offers a complete dance-sport program for children and youth with systematic, specific and sequenced curriculum. It is delivered with a proven instructional methodology by world-class dance-sport teachers and trainers.