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Drill marching is the group sport or exhibition activity of marching highly synchronised routines without any words of command. Some corps perform their routines in silence without any musical assistance.
Drill marching is a popular activity in many countries around the world.
Drill marching corps are very often part of, or associated with a marching band. Marching is an activity which may be performed both indoors and outside, depending on the location.
Although drill marching can be performed by groups of mixed ages from 5 years of age and upwards. Some organisations have a performers upper age limit.
Drill marching competitions may be judged either to military rules, or a more free style type routine.
Cheerleading 913, Majorettes 365, Winter Guard 367, Colour Guard 366, TYMBA (Traditional Youth Banding Association) marching bands 435, B.Y.B.A. (British Youth Banding Association) marching bands 433, Drum Corps 434.
Level of Demand
The table below shows the maximum levels of demand that this activity requires. NOTE: These are not entry levels or levels of requirement and has nothing to do with ability.
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