Nope, we didn't but if we should then that's definitely a good thing to know for next time we do it. We assumed putting it together that if we were in the correct positioning to start the Natural turn then there wasn't an obvious reason why we shouldn't be able to go back into our Natural turn. That's kind of how we felt about it, that it's sort of disrespectful of the dance to just intentionally go out and dance the dance incorrectly. We were really on the fence about even competing it for a while, because while I LOVE I-Tango-- it's my favorite dance-- we weren't going to put a foxtrot on the floor that we weren't doing correctly to the best of our ability. Admittedly it's a little difficult to put an I-Fox routine together on our team because there are few people who know any I-Fox beyond our routine, which is not remotely similar to anything else that we compete, and nobody on our team understands I-Fox well enough to really instruct us on how to put together something different. We weren't upset about our placing-- we got 6th of 6, which we definitely would have deserved had we been competing against people actually dancing International Tango and Foxtrot-- however, we felt like having actually put effort into doing the dance correctly we shouldn't have placed behind someone who did not.