Felix Cane

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Felix Cane (born 9 December 1984) is an Australian professional dancer and world champion pole dancer.

Felix Cane won her first title, Miss Pole Dance Australia 2006 after only eight months of pole dancing.[citation needed] The rules of Miss Pole Dance Australia stipulate a winner cannot enter the year after and Felix was a judge instead for 2007.

Cane has a certification program for pole dancing instructors and has released an iPhone application with Adam Jay Photography titled Pocket Pole Studio.

Cane performed in Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity, a resident cabaret-style show at the New York-New York Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. It is the first "adult-themed" Cirque du Soleil show, billed as "The Sensual Side of Cirque du Soleil" or "Another side of Cirque du Soleil". She featured in a solo pole performance with the Cirque du Soleil tribute to Michael Jackson.

Cane now runs a world-class pole dancing studio, Felix Cane Academy (opened 2016), and her own competition, Felix Cane Pole Championships (commenced 2015), displaying the talents of peak international male and female pole dancers in her home town of Perth, Australia.

Notable achievements[edit]

Australia now has several national competitions; Miss Pole Dance Australia, the Australian Capital Pole Championships, the Australia Pole Fitness Championships, Aerial All Stars, and the regional Asia Pacific Pole Championship, which includes Australia, NZ and Asia.