THE WORLD BATON TWIRLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Is the premiere event in the sport of baton twirling; the twirling equivalent of the Olympic Games.

 Team Australia 1999

Team Australia 1999

 2014 Team Australia

2014 Team Australia

 2000 Australian Squad

2000 Australian Squad

 1989 Team Australia

1989 Team Australia

 1987 First Australian Squad

1987 First Australian Squad

A group of elite level athletes, to represent Twirling Australia in the World Baton Twirling Championships. The Australian . Trials are held prior to the Australian Championships during even-numbered years at varying locations throughout Australia .

Athletes competing in the Australia. Trials have successfully passed through all required levels of Compulsories to qualify for this competition. Individual athletes compete in Compulsories and Freestyle in the Junior Division and Short Program and Freestyle in the Senior Division.

Gold, silver and bronze medalists, and an alternate are selected in the following divisions: Junior Women, Senior Women, Junior Men and Senior Men. One Junior Pair, one Senior Pair, and one Team are also selected.

 Congratulations Renae Edmunds for being selected to represent Australia in the Junior Woman Freestyle in Florida USA august 2018  Follow the championships    www.worldbaton2018.com

Congratulations Renae Edmunds for being selected to represent Australia in the Junior Woman Freestyle in Florida USA august 2018 Follow the championships www.worldbaton2018.com

 Jennie Doniger (Spooner) Freestylist 2008

Jennie Doniger (Spooner) Freestylist 2008

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 Jessica Colless represented Australia for over 6 years in Freestyle and Pairs and Teams

Jessica Colless represented Australia for over 6 years in Freestyle and Pairs and Teams

The World Baton Twirling Championships bring together the world’s best sport baton twirlers; elite athletes who compete in an environment of healthy competition, good sportsmanship and international cooperation. These athletes ‘go for the gold’ , silver and bronze medals in individual, pairs and team events. They are the best of the best; the epitome of baton twirling excellence.

The World Baton Twirling Championships were established by the World Baton Twirling Federation (WBTF) in 1980 and are hosted by a WBTF member country in early August of even-numbered years.

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 Renae Edmunds Junior Woman Freestyle 2018 World Championships Florida USA

Renae Edmunds Junior Woman Freestyle 2018 World Championships Florida USA

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 Renae Edmunds Junior Woman Freestyle World Championships 2016

Renae Edmunds Junior Woman Freestyle World Championships 2016

 Bianca Powditch Junior Woman Freestyle World Championships 2016

Bianca Powditch Junior Woman Freestyle World Championships 2016

 Anastassia Tsaloukas - Senior Women Freestyle World Championships  Anastassia has represented Australia at 11 International competitions.

Anastassia Tsaloukas - Senior Women Freestyle World Championships

Anastassia has represented Australia at 11 International competitions.

 2012 Senior World Pairs Natalie Morris and Carly Scullion

2012 Senior World Pairs Natalie Morris and Carly Scullion