Find Out Who Took Home The Title At UDA Nationals

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The 2018 UDA National Dance Team Championship has come to a close, and the competition was fierce! The best of the best in Pom, Jazz, High Kick, and Hip Hop all competed over a three-day span in hopes of going home with a title.

The day was filled with some of the most unique and incredible routines the championship has seen over its 35 years. Varsity TV is the place to be to catch up on all of tonight’s top finals performances!

Every team delivered an incredible performance, but some had routines that lead them to be crowned this year's national champions and we couldn't help but share them. 

Here are some of the top routines of 2018 UDA National Championship.

Seminole High School - Varsity High Kick

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Fort Zumwalt West High School - Large Varsity Hip Hop

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Bearden High School - Large Varsity Jazz

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Eisenhower High School-Medium Varsity Jazz 

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Seton High School- Small Varsity Pom  

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To see where all of these amazing teams finished out be sure to head over to 2018 UDA National Dance Team Championship results section of Varsity TV. 

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