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Mangalorean Renessa Walder To Hit The World Hip Hop Dance Championship

Renessa Waldor

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A proud moment for all Mangaloreans as Mangalorean Renessa Walder is one among nine dancers from Oman that will represent the country at the World Hip Hop Dance Championship – Varsity Division – in Phoenix in the southwestern US state of Arizona from August 6 to 13. Over 4,000 of the world’s best dancers are expected to participate in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship 2022 which is one of the most celebrated and toughest dance competitions in the world, and is also called the ‘Olympics of Dance’.

Renessa is the eldest daughter of Ajith and Naina Walder, currently studying in Grade X at the Indian School, Oman.

Ajith Walder is a well-known community leader and the former president of MCCP, Muscat – Oman. He has his roots originated in Loretto-Bantwal.

The Team

The other eight in the group are Rishab Gupta, Shrika Shaji, Divit Kashyap, Sneha Buddhia, Rezwin Geordi, Leando Rayner, Anaida Shokrekhoda, Vaidehi Rastogi and and Nia Bailwad. The team is called ‘The Arab Teens’. The team’s performance at the competition will be choreographed by Prasanth Shinde, while Shiv Gupta and Nadeem al Balushi are directors of the group.

Tejas Udani Gupta, team leader of Arab Teens said that theirs is the only team from the Gulf to be at the prestigious event for a two-minute slot.

The calibre and prowess of Renessa in dance landed her a spot in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship. Her innate multi-faceted talent was showcased at the tender age of 6 and her various awards winnings speak for herself. Renessa’s most prestigious award is the ‘Student of the year 2020’ from RADA Dance Academy-Mumbai. She has been endorsed by all who got a glimpse of her amazing talent, as the one who could storm the dance industry.

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