Danielle Dent and Hannah Mulligan of Launceston, will represent Tasmania at the Double Vision pole dancing competition in Sydney next month. Picture: Paul Scambler.
THEY have only been training together for two years, but Hannah Mulligan and Danielle Dent are ready to put their pole skills to the test against the best in the country.
The Launceston duo has been accepted to represent Tasmania at the national doubles pole competition Double Vision in Sydney next month.
The pair, who perform under the name Dannah and are both pole dancing instructors, submitted a video to qualify for the July 10, Factory Theatre, event and have been rehearsing almost every day at Pole Revolution, in Launceston.
“We’re competing against a lot of our pole idols, so we just want to have fun,” Miss Mulligan said.
Both Miss Mulligan and Miss Dent started pole dancing for fitness at Pole Revolution about three years ago.
They met when they started in the same class and decided to become a duo two years ago.
In the Double Vision show, Miss Mulligan and Miss Dent will use two poles to perform a four minute self-choreographed routine.
They will be judged on synchronisation, acrobats and performance skills.
Miss Dent said it would be great to perform on a big stage.
“We’re so used to being in Tasmania, (performing to) a small community, being in Sydney is going to be a whole new world,” she said.
Double Vision is the only doubles pole competition in the world. Dannah is the only Tasmanian duo to qualify. About 20 pairs from across the country will compete.
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