Why the RSCDS?

Pia Walker

Message 37963 · 11 Mar 2004 11:09:51 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Nah - Both Soccer and Rugby styles are completely different in various
countries

Professional Soccer in Denmark for example, has a lot more ball-play and a
lot less tackling, where as Soccer in Britain is very physical - which is
why so many European footballers are injured in their first months here -
before they learn to protect themselves.

The same with Rugby in NZ - much more physical and 'dirty' according to the
rugby players from my old club :>)

Of course dance styles and behavious is different in SCD also from Country
to country, but it wouldn't interfere with our own dance style.

Pia
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Pia said

> It also publishes dances and music mostly successfully, whereby dancers
can
> dance the same all over the world, thereby achieving a 'corporate
identity'
> which is unique to RSCDS and different from many art and sports forms,
thus
> enabling people from all walks of life and capabilities to learn in one
> place and dance in another

Of course Rugby football is another activity which can be learnt in one part
of the world, say New Zealand, and practiced in another, say G.B and I'm
sure that there are many other examples.

Malcolm
Malcolm & Helen Brown
York - UK

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