DanceSport duo Cassandra Donnelly and Joel Tongue have taken home bronze in their first international competition.
The siblings came third in the Professional New Vogue in Wellington, New Zealand, and fourth in the Professional Standard.
Ms Donnelly said it was an amazing experience.
"We had multiple judges over the five dances place us first. [It was] such a thrill at an international level," she said.
"We actually came second in one of the five dances too. There were only two judges from Australia and the rest were all international adjudicators. It was such an amazing experience."
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They have also just been crowned champions of Professional New Vogue at the East Coast Classic National DanceSport Championships and were runners-up in the Professional Standard.
The Fantasy Dubbo DanceSport competitors have also had a successful start to the month.
Fifteen-year-old twins Wyatt and Georgia Schubel received a first on their first time competing, as well as a second, third, fourth and fifth in the Junior Open Rec Couple events.
It's an incredible achievement for Georgia who has only been dancing for the past six weeks.
Anna Single also took home a first, dancing with Ms Donnelly in the Pro/Am Adult and under 21 events. She also received a third and fifth.
It was her last competition with Fantasy Dubbo DanceSport before she goes to university.