What a month for flair at the Roadhouse. Two world champions, and a handful of grand finalists all under one roof. Rogelio Bedolido started the comp off and wowed the crowd with his skills and routine. Vito has stepped his game up massively recently, and It’s great to see him emerge himself in the flair scene as it seems to be working for him. Naty Peralta put on a great performance. I will say no more but I will look forward to seeing her at Chicks With Flicks in a few weeks. Just missing out on the final was Markus Klammer, Oliver Deak and Roadhouses’ very own Mike Corfano. All three guys had solid performances but it was Ollie who stood out the most for the judges.
The finals were huge and every single competitor had their A-game ready and waiting. 6th place went to Dario De Carlantonio. Slick bottle and tin action but sadly not enough in the form of difficulty to punch any higher. 5th went to Vaclav Abraham who oozes explosive moves. He wow’s the crowd with big moves but needs more variety of moves, not objects, to stand out more in this amazing line up. Maxim Polozyukov is by far a dark horse in flair. Both in technically and difficulty there are some amazing moves to be witnessed by Maxim. Top three was a tricky one. Dennis Triffanovs took third place and let rip on many levels. His flair is fantastic and its great to see him starting to work on his show. Second went to Tommy D. Smooth as always but a few fumbles early in his final routine broke his pattern which allowed Luca Valentine to put on his awesome show and snatch the top spot from him. With only one point difference between them, it really was a battle between the two world champions. What a fantastic day of great showmanship and flair.
Thanks to all the judges and please do not forget that on the 13th April we will be hosting Chicks With Flicks. 5pm onwards. Don’t miss out!