ROMP Comp News & Updates
11th November 2021 - ROMP 2022
Today, mPole is excited to start the planning for 2022 ROMP, which we are looking forward to bringing to the bed on Saturday 12th February 2022, held at Roselee Friesians.
So please save the date. We have entries opening up tomorrow (12th November 2021) and will be open until 12th January 2022.
Floor & Pole Dancing Comp like to other!
Outside on a giant four-poster bed (at least we hope it will be this year), open to dancers of all levels, with an extensive range of divisions that allow competitors to compete against competitors of the same level.
Guaranteed entry, no video submission required, and you have all of Christmas to plan out your racy routine.
Be sure to check out our divisions & the Judging criteria
We looking forward to seeing you all at ROMP 2022
18th March 2021 - Winners of 2021 ROMP
A month or more later, it's taken us that long to recover from this year's ROMP fully. While we were all saddened that the event didn't go ahead as planned, we are ecstatic that it went on and attended by competitors from across the state of NSW.
We had many people travel from NSW areas such a Tamworth, Dubbo and Coffs Harbour, which is exciting that our little 1st-year event drew these people to us.
Our night was hosted by Australia's most influential Pole Dancer, Chilli Rox, and we could not have run the night without her.
We saw an impressive 33 performances across eight divisions of Pole & Floor, and the standard was so high that our Judges Loren La Rouxx, Tamika Wardell & Danni J, had a hard time picking out our 2021 Winners.
But our 2021 Winners were
Pole Amateur - Beginner - Miss Eli Fury
Pole Amateur - Intermediate - Tied Jay & Katya
Pole Amateur - Advanced - La Bella
Pole Semi-Pro - Leeanne
Pole Open - Krista
Floor Amateur - Lucy
Floor Semi-Pro - Miss Toni
Floor Open - Nadine Amanda
All had a great night, and we look forward to seeing everyone back in 2022.
27th February 2021 - Photos from ROMP 2021
18th November 2020 - Logo Design
12th November 2020 - Save The Date 13th FEB 2021
Our 1st Event on the epic Bed
ROMP is social competition, with divisions for Amateur, Semi-Pro & Professional (Open) is open to Men & Women 18years or over.
Divisions of ROMP
Beginner Amateur Pole - Open to beginner Pole Dancing Students, Instructors & Performers who have never competed in a Pole Dancing Competition before. Competitors of Beginner Amateur Pole, will not include any inverted pole tricks for their performance at ROMP.
Intermediate Amateur Pole - Open to Intermediate Pole Dancing Students, Instructors & Performers, who may have competed in amateur leveled Pole Dancing Competition. Have not placed in any Amateur Pole Dancing Competition. Competitors of Intermediate Amateur Pole will be allowed inverts. Still, inverted pole moves with only 2 x points of contact should not be included in their performance at ROMP.
Advanced Amateur Pole - Open to Advanced Pole Dancing Students, Instructors & Performers, who may have competed & placed (not won) amateur leveled Pole Dancing Competition. Competitors of Advanced Amateur Pole have no move restrictions placed on their routines.
Semi-Pro Pole - Open to Pole Dancing Students, Instructor and Performers who have won an amateur Pole Dancing Competition or are competing at a Semi-Pro Level.
Open Pole - Open to Pole Dancing Student, Instructors and Performance who have won a Semi-Pro Pole Dancing Competition or are competing at a Professional/Elite/Open Level
Amateur Floor - Open to Pole Dancing/Dancing Students, Instructors & Performers who have never competed in a competition before. Who have completed but never placed a competition before. Who are competing at an Amateur Level
Semi-Pro Floor - Open to Pole Dancing/Dancing Student, Instructors & Performers who have competed and placed in a competition before Who are competing at a Semi-Pro Level
Open Floor - Open is any Pole Dancing/ Dancing Student, Instructors & Performers.
If your unsure of where you should be competing please contact the team at mPole and we can help guide you to the right division