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Games volunteer worker dazzles with flamboyant dance – Sporting Life

 

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It’s not every day you’ve got the world’s cameras focused on you and this Commonwealth Games volunteer certainly took the opportunity by the horns.

Instead of sweeping sand for the next volleyball match, Dan Rae, originally from Cumbria but living in London, gyrated around his rake, ‘stealing the show’ in the process.

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Games Volunteer thrills with fabulous dance

The Commonwealth Games even posted about his funky moves at the stadium in Birmingham.

The official Commonwealth Games TikTok account posted: ‘When they’re a ten but steal the show. 11/10 would employ again.’

Officials for the Games added: ‘The moves are undeniable… it’s his world, we’re just living in it.’

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While the dancer wowed the crowd with his dance in a pair of crocs, his colleagues seemed to ignore him and carry on with their job.

Social media users were quick to watch the video, which has racked up hundreds of thousands of views in a single day.

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One suggested he should receive a ‘pay rise’ while another wondered whether he was brought in as some ‘halftime entertainment or something’.

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Dan has previously danced at Ibiza Pride and was even in an advert for Barclaycard last year.

The youngster showed off his best moves for the cameras. His flamboyant technique caught the eye of Commonwealth Games officials

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Social media users quickly commented on the dancer’s skill. Even the Commonwealth Games said his moves were ‘undeniable’

He is highly skilled in several dance genres including commercial, hip hop and jazz.

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The Games lasts for a week and a half from July 28 to August 8, with 72 countries and more than 5,000 athletes competing in 280 events.

British athletes compete under the separate nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland for the Games, giving them a rare chance to fly their national flags in the sporting arena.

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