You must agree to the rules and regulations and review the classification system prior to registering for the competition. It is our priority to provide a fair evaluation through two separate panels of qualified judges in their field of expertise.


Hit The Floor has its own unique classification system. We consider two criteria for the classification of a dancer’s training level that are: years of training and the number of hours of training per week. The two criteria must be taken into consideration to determine the level of a dancer.

Learn more about classification


All participants must follow the Hit The Floor rules in order to be admitted in the competition. Any dancer or crew failing to follow the Hit The Floor rules will be presented with one or many penalties and\or disqualification.

Read the rules


It is very important for the organization to recognize the efforts and talent of the dancers by offering cash prizes, medals, trophies and training scholarships. Each dancer leaves the event with a souvenir of Hit The Floor.
Cash awards are granted only during the competition and are not replaceable or transferable. Cash awards are in Canadian dollars. A representative must be on site during the awards ceremony to receive the award.

Discover our scholarships