Irish dancer with 'fastest feet in the world' makes dance tribute video to celebrate 100 years of Irish independence
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Irish dancer with 'fastest feet in the world' makes dance tribute video to celebrate 100 years of Irish independence

IRISH dancer James Devine is a World Record Holder for the "fastest feet in the world", with an astonishing 38 taps per second.

Working with five-time World Champion Irish Dancer David Geaney from Dingle, County Kerry, Devine from Ardnacrusha, County Clare, has created a 1916 tribute dance video, called 'Velocity'.

The video mixes Irish dancing with footage from some of Ireland's proudest moments in politics, history and sports.

The video has amassed over 80,000 views on Facebook.

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Velocity - The Rising!

100 years ago, 1,200 volunteers set about achieving Irish freedom. 100 years later, Ireland has played a leading role in movements towards equality, in political, social and sporting highlights!
Here's just a taste of Ireland's Rising and why we are #ProudToBeIrish ??
Like & Share with all the Irish around the world!
Velocity - The Rising coming soon! ??
1916 - 2016! In the words of Donal Walsh... "Take time. A door will open" #LiveLife ?
David Geaney & James Devine

Posted by Velocity on Friday, April 22, 2016