15-year-old Tottington High pupil wins disco dancing contest
3:26pm Thursday 17th October 2013 in News
TEENAGER Phoebe Jones is more than finding her feet in the world of freestyle dancing.
The 15-year-old continued her already enviable record of triumphs by scooping two trophies at a disco dance-themed event held recently at Pwllheli in North Wales.
The Tottington High pupil enjoyed success at the double at the Dance Factor Championships, staged by K&W Promotions.
Phoebe qualified for the grand final by taking fourth place in her section.
Subsequently, she danced in the under-16 category and won against five other competitors.
The teenager, of Lyons Drive, Bury, later competed against the winners of all the other age groups where she took first place to crown a memorable weekend by clinching the coveted ‘champion of champions’ title.
Now, Phoebe can show off two glittering trophies which follow on from her success earlier this year when she qualified for the prestigious freestyle dancing World Championships in Blackpool.
Proud mum Jayne said: “She has been freestyle dancing since she was about five or six and began to enter competitions at the age of 11.”
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