Dancesport Team Cebu City sets 2015 Activities



Dancesport Team Cebu City (DTCC) continues its advocacy of promoting dance sports in Cebu through several activities set throughout the year.

On February 15 & 16, 2015, Dancesport will hold the qualifying event for the Philippine National Games 2015 and the regional Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA)/Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (CESAFI) dance sport competition.

Dancesport champions Pearl Marie Cañeda and Wilbert Aunzo are among the best products of Dancesport Team Cebu City.
Dancesport champions Pearl Marie Cañeda and Wilbert Aunzo are among the best products of Dancesport Team Cebu City.

Dancesport Cebu will also participate in the first quarterly ranking and competition organized by the Dance Sport Council of the Philippines Inc. that will be held on March 14 at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Malate, Manila City.

DTCC is also organizing the Dance Camp Cebu 2015 from April 9-12, 2015 at the Mountain View Nature Park in Barangay Busay, Cebu City. The dance camp is open to dance enthusiasts, Physical Education teachers and students, among others.

It will be fun time again for the youth in Cebu City when Dancesport Cebu conducts its Free Dancesport Summer Workshop from April 1 to May 24. The summer workshop will be held at various public schools in Cebu City, such as Barrio Luz Elementary School, Inayawan Elementary School, Lahug Elementary School, San Nicolas Elementary School, Mabolo Elementary School, Labangon Elementary School, Hippodromo Elementary School, Tejero Night School, Apas Elementary School, Punta Princesa Elementary School, Pardo Elementary School, Don Vicente Rama Memorial Elementary School, Mambaling Elementary School, Zapatera Elementary School, Cebu City Central School and the Cebu City Sports Center.

 Dance sport athletes who qualified during the dance competition held in February will join the Philippine National Games 2015 Dance Competition organized by Philippine Olympic Committee-Philippines Sports Commission on May 26 to June 1 that will be held Manila.

The culmination of the Dancesport Summer Workshop will be held on June 7 at the Cebu City Sports Center badminton court. As part of the culmination day, those who participated in the workshop will show their newly-learned skills during the closing program and the interschool dancesport challenge.

On June 16, Dancesport Cebu will continue its promotion of dance sport at the barangay level by holding its first leg of the 3rd season of the Dance Sport Barangay Competition Circuit 2014 at the CCSI-San Nicolas Sports Complex.

On July 19, the Dance Sports Council of the Philippines Inc. is set to hold its midyear ranking and competition at the Philsports Arena, Meralco Ave., Pasig City.

The DTCC athletes will also join the 19th DSCPI national championship and the “City of Smile” dancesport championship that will be held in October. The DSCPI national championship will be held at the Philsports Arena, Meralco Ave., Pasig City while the second event is slated to be held in Bacolod City.

On the other hand, the Batang Pinoy Finals 2015 Dancesport competition will take place in November.

The DTCC athletes will also showcase their dancing skills at the Pasko sa Sugbu 2015 Night of DTCC on December 2 at the Fuente Osmeña.

For more details on these activities, call or visit Dancesport Team Cebu City Training Center and look for Ms. Jenette Flores from 10 am to 7 p.m. or call Tel. No. +6332-4155844.  Get more details via email:[email protected], or visit; like “DanceSport Team Cebu City” on Facebook and follow “@DanceSportTeamC” on Twitter.


About DTCC

The Dancesport Team Cebu City (DTCC) was formed six years ago by some three dancing couples drawn together by their love for ballroom dancing and their passion to compete. It has since grown to more than 60 couples, who are involved in the training up to 200 students in its free workshop outreach programs that aimed to provide alternative activity to taking drugs and committing petty crimes. DTCC’s students and workshop participants are mostly kids and youth aged five to twenty-five years old. DTCC believes that by providing them dance sport training  they can make a difference in our country’s future.

To date, the team has conducted workshops to more than 3,000 participants. This sense of volunteerism and dedication aids fuel to the team members’ passion for dance sport. So far, the team has won 94 golds, 82 silvers and 77 bronze medals in the national and international competition. In the last national competition, the team won 17 out of the possible 23 golds.


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