Sports in Seattle


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  • Camp Jitterbug
    Since 2000, Camp Jitterbug has grown from an intimate soiree with only about 100 students to a leading force in the swing-dancing world. It now occupies spaces throughout Seattle, inviting swing bands to play non-stop for four days as a multitude of dancers hone their skills in workshops and evening dance sessions. These workshops cater to specific skill levels, combining expert instruction with live music for a three-day learning experience. Evening dance festivities then begin around 8:30 p.m. and go until the last horn falls silent at around 5 a.m., giving dancers eight-and-a-half hours to put their newfound skills to the test. The next day, the organizers invite dancers back to do it all again, encouraging them to allow the joy of dance to overshadow any lingering exhaustion or soreness from the day before. Meanwhile, the dancers of Jump Session Show punctuate the weekend with performances and demonstrations. The rug-cutters wow crowds with intricate, precisely timed dance moves, just like desperate presidential candidates during their final debate.
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    200 University Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Waypoint Marine
    WELCOME TO A BETTER WAY TO BOAT! We're the Waypoint Boating Club and our mission is to make it easy and affordable for you to enjoy the splendor of our Northwest waters. Imagine having a boat ready to go; no time or money spent on maintenance, moorage or insurance. No down payment and big monthly expenses!
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    5350 30th Ave NW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Aloha Island Treasures
    We are a Full Service Hawaiian Products & Services Company Hawaiian Luau Catering and Hawaiian Theme Polynesian Shows, And Hawaiian Dessert's
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    P.O.BOX 33745
    Seattle, WA US
  • Rainier Beach Martial Arts Academy
    With black-belts in several forms of Japanese, Korean, and Filipino martial arts, Master Boiselle would be a formidable opponent for any competitor. To kids, though, he's a mild-mannered instructor. His martial arts may be serious, but his studio?Rainier Beach Martial Arts Academy?is kid-friendly, with bright colors and padded floors and practice areas. Here, Boiselle and his team specialize in training students of all ages during martial arts classes held six days a week. Instructors provide training in karate and taekwondo, introducing the age-appropriate fluid strikes and blocks that improve physical fitness and confidence as well as mental clarity. The studio also prepares pupils for real-world self defense with classes in arnis, kali, and eskrima, the three main styles of Filipino martial arts. A structured after-school program also gives students the chance to do their homework while preparing for the inevitable wood block uprising.
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    9460 Rainier Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • KAF Adventures
    Together, the KAF Adventures guides are dedicated to helping others experience the thrills of climbing, mountaineering, ice climbing, and other outdoor escapades. Whether they're teaching beginners to rock climb during group lessons, imparting lifelong skills as private mountaineering guides, or leading international climbing trips, the guides help their students learn new skills and appreciate their surrounding environment. Yoga and backpacking hikes introduce hikers to wilderness vistas as they learn to channel their own breathing, and backcountry skiing and boarding guidance readies students to hit the slopes or speed through snowy department-store displays.
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    801 Fidalgo St., Suite 110
    Seattle, WA US
  • One World Arts Exchange
    Abdoulaye Sylla started his dancing career as a child in the West African nation of Guinea, recruited by the government to represent the country in dance competitions. He won numerous awards with his evocative moves and infectious smile, later going on to perform with Les Ballets Africains and train the dancers of folkloric troupe Les Merveilles D’Afrique. In 1994, he relocated to the United States, where he began to share his gifts through performance and teaching. At One World Arts Exchange, he helps students learn high-energy dance techniques with step-by-step instruction. Classes are often accompanied by live drumming and explanations of the dances' cultural meaning.
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    7636 South 116th Street
    Seattle, WA US
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