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Posted On: 30 August 2023 10:48 am
Updated On: 30 August 2023 12:18 pm

CrewQ bags bronze medal in UDO World Championship 2023

Vrinda Abilash
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Crewq bronze medal udo world championship 2023

CrewQ Jr secured 7th place in the U14 Beginners, and CrewQ Sr won 4th place in the U18 Novice Category of the UDO World Championship 2023 in UK.

CrewQ brought pride and honor again to Qatar with CrewQ Jr and CrewQ Sr bring off the Bronze Medals in the U14 Beginner and U18 Novice Categories, at the UDO WORLD Championship 2023 held at Blackpool, United Kingdom.

35 nations represented by 4,000 dancers

With over 35 nations represented and 4,000 dancers taking the stage, the competition was intense. Among the contestants were talented teams from European and Asian Championship winners who have shown intense fights.

The remarkable bronze medal

CrewQ bags bronze medal in UDO World Championship 2023
Image credit: Press Release

Through profound performances, of CrewQ Jr and CrewQ Sr claimed a remarkable bronze medal.

During the Preliminary round of the U14 Beginners Division, CrewQ JR led the way, landing in 6th Place and powering their way into the semi-finals as 3rd.

CrewQ Sr triumphs continued placing also 3rd rank preliminary and secured in Finals in the U18 Novice category. Both teams secured a notable Bronze medals per UDO World Championship classification.

The total score result from Preliminary to Finals can be viewed on UDO official website:

This ambitious achievement showcases the immense talent of Youth, illuminating Qatar on the world stage and adding to the establishing list of accomplishments that give dance community of Doha a reason to celebrate.


Source and cover image credit: Press Release