It only last a few days to the whole Polynesians to train before attempting to beat the Ori Tahiti World Record. See you on Saturday, January 30 at the Atimaono Golf !
J-2 before, hopefully, the Polynesia logically won the World Record for the largest number of dancers of Ori Tahiti. At the initiative of this event Makau FOSTER said that she feels confident about it; she also add “We have already beaten the Mexicans considering the enrollment of the dance school, but we have not the exact figure. We work hard so that everything goes well, you all should come on saturday !”
The presence of the participants is desired from noon to warm up and rehearse choreography to set legs. Each group of 50 dancers will be followed by a chaperone who monitors but does not dance
The dancers must be 12 years or older, and children (minimum age) dance schools will be accompanied by an adult dancer. The registration fee is set at 1 000 CFA francs per dancer, including an official T-shirt of the event and a water bottle. A bracelet will be given at registration; it must be necessarily worn for the counting, which will be validated by the bailiff Me Elie for an official entry in the Guinness Book of Records. Tahiti Nui Television, the official broadcaster, will be on hand to capture images.
In addition, the order of dress is: a crown flower, a red pareo, the official T-shirt and the bracelet. The record attempt will be registered on a piece of percussion for a period of 7 minutes, regulatory approval minimum duration is 6 minutes.
Top starting at 16 hours, including Hinarere Taputu, and also, perhaps, other former Miss Tahiti as Mehiata and some runners.
J-1 before the Ori Tahiti World Record
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