• Who We Are

    Who We Are

    Pole Sport Organization was created by pole dancers with experience in mainstream pole competitions in order to bring the opportunity to perform and receive feedback to a wider range of dancers. We offer a variety of events designed to inspire and challenge dancers at all skill levels to express their artistic and athletic abilities.  The […]

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  • Info Sessions

    Info Sessions

    Info sessions are a great way for you to find out more about competing, ask questions about our organization, judging system, and requirements, and to connect with other pole dancers in your area who are also preparing for competition. We’ll have a small prepared presentation, telling you more about who we are, and what you […]

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  • U.S. Nationals

    U.S. Nationals

    Pole Sport Organization hosts 4 championship regional competitions each year in the United States that are open to all competitors, from anywhere in the world, at all levels for all of the amateur events (Levels 1-4). To enter the Championship professional event (men or women), you must a U.S. citizen or green card holder and a […]

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10 Reasons to Compete That Have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to Do With Winning

10 Reasons to Compete That Have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to Do With Winning

Hi there, I’m Jillian of Pole Geek! I am thrilled to be adding my voice to Pole Sport Organization’s Blog. I love nothing more than hearing from you, the reader, and hope you will read, respond, and keep the discussion going!  Competing in a pole competition is scary. There, I said it – you are […]

| August 18, 2014
Smells Like Olympic Spirit: the Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Smells Like Olympic Spirit: the Good, the Bad & the Ugly

I should probably start with a disclaimer. I love the Olympics. I do. I’ve had parties to watch the figure skating finals with all the food red, white and blue (and in case anyone tells you otherwise – making red, white and blue rice krispy treats into a flag is not nearly as simple or […]

| February 7, 2014
New Year [r]Evolution

New Year [r]Evolution

As 2013 dwindled to a close on December 31st, like so many revelers, I found myself in front of the television, waiting for the Times Square ball to drop. One of the channels (I forget which because I was working on the PPC schedule and wasn’t focused on their yammering) was speaking to celebrities about […]

| February 6, 2014