//Brett Luhrmann as you’ve never seen him before – or hope to never again!

Brett Luhrmann as you’ve never seen him before – or hope to never again!

Brett Luhrmann as you’ve never seen him before!

Dancing, dancing, dancing with his instructor Jade Hatcher preparing for Stars of the Beaches – Dance for Cancer!

Brett will be competing against other dancers on Saturday 6th May 2017 and his hoping to reach is target of $15,000 to assist in finding a cure for cancer.

Please click this link to sponsor Brett, then click the green Give Now button and you will be directed through to the donation page.

In the very rare case that Brett doesn’t win the best dance routine, he will hopefully win the most funds raised, but only with your help.

Here is the link to the Stars of the Beaches Facebook page where you can see updates on all the dancers.

Every single amount helps, your donation is tax deductable (a receipt will be sent to you from the Cancer Council once you have made a donation) and will go towards fighting this horrible disease.

Thank you for your support.

Stars of the Beaches pairs and genres – Brett Luhrmann and Jade Hatcher, dancing… Latin!

Brett was born in the Northern Beaches, Australia where he lives with his wife and three daughters.

After watching cancer affect his father and father-in-law, then less than 2 years ago his wife diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, Brett is passionate towards the cause and believes that time spent improving the treatment and prevention of cancer is time well spent.

Jade began dancing at the young age of 3!

Its no surprise she then launched into a successful dancing career, bringing home national and international titles in Ballroom and Latin styles from age 13.

She is perhaps best known for being the youngest professional dancer ‘Dancing with the Stars Australia,’ where she won with her partner in 2009.

Jade has choreographed and performed on ‘So You Think You Can Dance Australia’, and now runs her own dance studio on the Beaches, Hatcher Dance.

John Moore
John raced Offshore Class 3 in the 80’s & 90’s.
He served as the Cowes Torquay Cowes Event Director for 4 years, including running the 50 th Anniversary Event in 2010.
He is the Editor of powerboatracingworld.com