Scenes from the Hungarian pole dance competition at Budapest
Pole fitness has come a long way since the days when people thought it was only for strippers. But it's still a long way from being welcomed into the Olympic Village. Many people still automatically assume that pole dancing is provocative, sexy, and has no place outside of strip clubs. But determined enthusiasts are trying to take it to an entirely new venue: The Summer Olympics. Although a petition circulated by an association of pole-fitness competitors and entrepreneurs to get pole dancing included in the London Games was rejected by the International Olympic Committee, undaunted supporters are making another push for 2016. Can pole dancing shake its naughty reputation and earn recognition as a legitimate sport?
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