Day of event schedules
Friday, August @ 1:30-3pm Sergia Louise Anderson “Commanding a Stage” workshop
Friday, August 1 @ 4:30-6pm Danielle Romano “Beauty of the Beast” workshop
Friday, August 1 @ 8pm-10pm Championship Professional men’s finals
Saturday, August 2 @ 8am-5pm Amateur events
Saturday, August 2 @ 7pm Championship Professional women’s finals
Saturday, August 2 @ 10pm Body & Pole after party directly following the finals
Sunday, August 3 @ 8am-5pm Amateur events
Sunday, August 3 @ 3:30-5pm U.S. National Pole Champion workshop (men’s champion)
Sunday, August 3 @ 6-7:30pm U.S. National Pole Champion workshop (women’s champion)
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 be from the region that you are entering.
The top 3 competitors from the Championship Professional event move on to the U.S. National Pole Championships event, held August 1-3, 2014, in New York City.
In 2014, we will also be establishing an Artistic Professional track to lead to the 2015 U.S. Nationals.
Region breakdown by state:
US Territories: Puerto Rico and Guam