Ballroom Dance > East Coast "Sliding Door" Pattern -- Bronze?

Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by Smooth Dancer, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. Smooth Dancer

    Smooth Dancer Active Member

    Would the EC Swing pattern commonly known as "Sliding Doors" be considered a bronze pattern in USA Dance comps? It's great fun!
  2. dlliba10

    dlliba10 Well-Known Member

    I was always under the assumption that they were Silver, but I could be wrong.
  3. TwoRightFeet

    TwoRightFeet Active Member

    I would guess not (but I could be wrong), as it seems like when you slide from one side to the other you end up in a side-by-side position. Side-by-side work is not allowed in Bronze East Coast Swing.
  4. suburbaknght

    suburbaknght Well-Known Member

    It's bronze when done as written (i.e. use rock-steps, not a kick-ball-change). There is no side-by-side position because dancers maintain hand-to-hand contact during the rocks, so they are in a left-side or a right-side position, as in a cha cha crossover break.
  5. Smooth Dancer

    Smooth Dancer Active Member

    Thanks all. I'm taking this as a green light for bronze!

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