The reason: to get two of UAE's best professional dancers to break the existing Guinness world record for non-stop video game marathon dancing
set at 15 hours and 18 minutes approximately.
It was estimated that marathon dancing
was equivalent to walking 40 miles a day.
Basketball, boxing, weight lifting, marathon dancing
, skating, and the like were offered Monday through Fridays, with special concerts and performances usually held on the weekends.
He sparked a national craze dubbed marathon dancing
, which gripped the nation for the next decade.
(For many, that "somewhere" is in wild marathon dancing
on the last night--sponsored by the aforesaid association.)
That simple, if unedifying, question has, thanks mainly to Sydney Pollack's 1969 movie about marathon dancing
, become ingrained within society's general attitude to horseracing.
Many "ravers" use the drug to fuel their marathon dancing
. The hyperactivity alone has led to dozens of heatstroke deaths.
She is developing a new piece on American marathon dancing
, and Suzuki will be directing his version of King Lear with American actors as well as bringing his Toga company here in a production of Macbeth.
was the sadistic spectator sport of the Depression-wracked 1930s.