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ATOD International Dance Awards 2022

September 25 - September 30

ATOD International Dance Awards 2022

The ATOD International Dance Awards 2022 are now on! The Awards are a pre-recorded event for both Australian and International entrants.




Registrations are now live for the ATOD International Dance Awards 2022, click here to enter.  Please note this competition is online and submissions must be pre-recorded.



ATOD International Dance Awards – Open Section 2022


ATOD International Dance Awards – Syllabus Section 2022



Registrations will close 31st August 2022, this date is final.




Registrations have been set up through “Comps Online” which is an Australian based company. If you have not used this platform to enter competitions before, or you are entering from overseas, you will need to “Create a New Account” on the registration link and follow the prompts. You will be required to set up a “Login ID” and “Password” to enter Groups and Solo.


All registration setups require an Australian or New Zealand postal address, the program will not recognise international addresses. International entrants from other countries may use the postal address below to complete the registration process successfully:


PO Box 3005, Loganholme, Qld, 4129 Australia


The most important information when setting up your registration is the correct email address for all correspondence so we may contact you with further details.



Payments must be made through the online registration process, if payment is not completed the registration will not be received and therefore the competitor will not be entered in the competition.



Once registrations and payments have been received, entrants will be emailed with footage upload information.



Judging will take place at the end of September once all entries are collated.



All enquires regarding this online event should be sent via email to



Thanks to our sponsor, TP World Tours, the Student Aggregate Award which is presented to the student with the most points overall for Syllabus and Open Solo sections will win the major prize:

Flights to the value of AUD$1000 to attend ATOD IDC in Thailand in 2023 or ATOD International Dance Awards in Australia in 2023

Conditions apply*
  • Flights must booked minimum 6 months prior to departure
  • Flights are to the value of AUD$1000
  • Flight value is not redeemable for cash or non transferrable to alternate passenger
  • Flight must be used for travel to ATOD IDC or ATOD International Dance Awards only
  • Flight is based on the cheapest available airline based on your requested travel dates


Anthony Ikin


Anthony lkin began his performance career in Competitive Aerobics, where he went on to be crowned the Australian, then World Aerobic Champion!


Whilst training in Aerobics, he also trained in Dance and was quickly noticed as a dancer who had a catalogue of insane acrobatic tricks. He worked for all the top Artists in the Australian music scene before moving to Paris to be a Can Can soloist in the world-famous cabaret, ‘Moulin Rouge’.


When he moved back to Australia, he auditioned for a then unknown show titled ‘So You Think You Can Dance’,
where he was a top 10 finalist on the Australian debut season!


After a decade of wowing crowds around the globe as a performer and athlete, lkin developed his love for choreography and embarked on his next journey, that of a professional choreographer.


His first role was for the internationally acclaimed Anglis Production, specialising in production show choreography with recent acclaimed shows such as ‘Pink Flamingo’, ‘LumiAir’, ‘Zircus’, ‘Viva Tropicana’, ‘Solaria’ and ‘The Great Moscow Circus’.


Ikin then spent time abroad choreographing routines for David Atkins Enterprises in Qatar, working on the opening and closing ceremonies of the World Handball Championships before heading to Las Vegas to add his choreographic flair to ‘Thunder From Down Under’. Anthony’s latest choreographic achievements being the were Movement Director of the Sheppard film clip ‘Die Young’ and the Associate Choreographer for the closing ceremony of the Gold Coast’s Commonwealth Games.


When he isn’t dancing or choreographing, he can be found living between the Gold Coast and Los Angeles running his own successful dance education business, Global Dance Pro.

Mrs Debbie Landel

A.R.A.D London

Having trained at The Australian Ballet School in Melbourne, Miss Debbie has also studied in Russia, London, Europe & America. With a passion for Musical Theatre, Miss Debbie also studied all genres and performed in many Musical’s.


She has Mentored for the RAD and has trained many student teachers to obtain their RAD Teaching Certificate.


Formally the Principal of ‘Debbie Beale School of Ballet’ Sydney, for 10 years & the former Principal of ‘Dance Classique’ on the Gold Coast QLD.


Miss Debbie has regularly taught in Japan where she is the Patron of a Ballet School in Okayama, “Petit Ballet Studio”
She has Adjudicated many Eisteddfods & Competitions including :
The Melbourne Performing Arts Challenge, Starbound Competition, The ATOD National Finals, Kingaroy Eisteddfod, The School Aerobic Dance & Glee National Australian Championship, The Gold Coast Eisteddfod, The Wollongong Eisteddfod, Hamilton Vic
Eisteddfod, The Brisbane Eisteddfod, also Evolution Dance Competition, both Regionals and National Finals 2020, 2021, 2022, The Lockyer District Dancing Festival & Time To Shine competition.


Miss Debbie wishes to share her passion for Dance & encourage the up & coming Dancers of tomorrow!!


September 25
September 30