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An [[age-out]] is a corps member who is participating in a [[Junior Drum Corps|junior drum corps]] during their last year of elligibilty for junior competition.  
 
An [[age-out]] is a corps member who is participating in a [[Junior Drum Corps|junior drum corps]] during their last year of elligibilty for junior competition.  
  
By [[DCI]] Guidelines, if your 22nd birthday is after June 1st, but before DCI Finals, you are able to march that summer.  If your 22nd birthday is before June 1st, you can no longer march.  In both of these cases you are considered "aged out".
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=== Example: Drum Corps International ===
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By [[DCI]] guidelines, if your 22nd birthday is after June 1st, but before DCI Finals, you are able to march that summer.  If your 22nd birthday is before June 1st, you can no longer march.  In both of these cases you are considered "aged out".
  
 
== History==
 
== History==

Latest revision as of 23:32, 26 November 2006


Definition

An age-out is a corps member who is participating in a junior drum corps during their last year of elligibilty for junior competition.

Example: Drum Corps International

By DCI guidelines, if your 22nd birthday is after June 1st, but before DCI Finals, you are able to march that summer. If your 22nd birthday is before June 1st, you can no longer march. In both of these cases you are considered "aged out".

History

In the past in North American circuits, members were eligible for competitive junior corps if their 22nd birthday was after the date of the circuit's championship.

See Also