Hi, my name is Meg, and I am a third year medical student at Girton. I only joined rock and roll last year, after attending a demo session with a group of my flatmates. It honestly looked like one of the most energetic and exciting but terrifying things I could possibly join. When I started I had absolutely no background in gymnastics or acrobatics, a slight fear of heights but a lot of enthusiasm, but after I started at my first class I never looked back.
Hey, I am Ben; I am doing part 3 maths this year, at Trinity Hall, and I am really excited to be team captain!
I only started dancing last year, and I hugely enjoyed it. Everyone was so welcoming, and I think innately acro rock and roll is such a fun thing to do. It is a great way to meet people, stay in shape, improve rhythm, and just do something that is so not studying in the library.
Hey, I am Antonia and I am a third year chemical engineer at Girton :) In second year I was very excited to join rock n roll, knowing that I love its beat and music - only to find out it is much more than dancing! Despite not being a pro in acrobatics, I love the physical and mental challenge of it. I couldn't have found a better way to vent and exercise during term, let alone make amazing new friends.
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Hi, I’m Matt, 2nd year History and Politics student at Girton. I had no clue what acrobatic rock’n’roll was when I joined, but after being dragged by Meg to a taster session, got hooked on the lifts, exercise and dodgy lycra. It’s been a great laugh, and I’m excited to go again this year!