The spectacular World Tour has started
National Danish Performance Team has kicked off their highly anticipated World Tour. The team has already experienced a lot through their visits to Germany, Luxembourg, Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea.
Memorable workshop for children in a church
The National Danish Performance Team visited a church that houses children of migrant workers from Cambodia. The children live in the church while their parents work on construction sites in Thailand. For the gymnasts, it was a particularly meaningful workshop.
Tough training camp leads to unexpected friendships
The National Danish Performance Team has been on a two-week training camp at a boarding school for particularly talented athletes in Thailand. The stay offered tough training and development of their show QUA. It was also a period filled with cultural exchange and new local friendships.
When it all make sense
The National Danish Performance Team "sold" 2700 tickets for their show in General Alvear in Argentina. It did not cost money to watch the show, but the locals had to bring long-lasting food as payment. Food, that is distributed to the city's vulnerable citizens.
Christmas far away from home
The National Danish Performance Team did their best to get into the Christmas spirit, despite the fact that they spent the month of December far away from snow and family time.
Tumbling with vulnerable children in Buenos Aires
The National Danish Performance Team visited a poor neighborhood in Buenos Aires to play with 150 vulnerable children and their families. It was a wonderful experience for both the children and the gymnasts.
The first show in 30-degree heat
Sweat dripped from the gymnasts as they performed at EXPO in the radiant sun. National Danish Performance Team arrived in Dubai on November 5th after eight days in Poland. The show at EXPO was the first show under the hot sun, which was a challenge
Thomas Dahl back in the team
We are happy to announce, that we have re-hired Thomas Dahl back to DGI, and National Danish Performance Team.
WHO recommendations - all exercise counts
For the first time in over 10 years WHO has updated their physical activity guidelines. Focus is on the fact that it all exercise counts
Team Management for Tour 2021-2022
When National Danish Performance Team start up Tour 2021-2022, it will be with a new executive leadership.