|Member Id number (MIN)||10010481|
|Current age group||Adult (Senior Ia)|
Deutscher Tanzsportverband e.V.,
|1.||11 October 2014||Open||Standard||Adult||Taipei - Chinese Taipei|
|1.||14 September 2014||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Wuhan - People's Republic of China|
|1.||06 September 2014||World Open||Standard||Adult||Bangkok - Thailand|
|1.||15 August 2014||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||28 June 2014||Open||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|1.||01 June 2014||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|1.||17 May 2014||World Open||Standard||Adult||London - England|
|1.||10 May 2014||World Open||Standard||Adult||Kaunas - Lithuania|
|1.||01 May 2014||International Open||Standard||Adult||Riga - Latvia|
|1.||18 April 2014||International Open||Standard||Adult||Berlin - Germany|
|2.||29 March 2014||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||21 March 2014||World Open||Standard||Adult||Toronto - Canada|
|1.||09 March 2014||World Open||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|2.||15 December 2013||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||13 December 2013||International Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|2.||23 November 2013||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Kiev - Ukraine|
|1.||17 November 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna-Schwechat - Austria|
|3.||19 September 2013||World DanceSport Games||Standard||Adult||Kaohsiung - Chinese Taipei|
|1.||17 September 2013||World DanceSport Games||Show Dance Standard||Adult||Kaohsiung - Chinese Taipei|
|2.||08 September 2013||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Beijing - People's Republic of China|
|1.||07 September 2013||World Championship||Show Dance Standard||Adult||Beijing - People's Republic of China|
|2.||16 August 2013||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||03 August 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||Bangkok - Thailand|
|1.||08 June 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|1.||18 May 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||London - England|
|2.||12 May 2013||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|1.||11 May 2013||International Open||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|2.||20 April 2013||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Aarhus - Denmark|
|2.||30 March 2013||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Cambrils - Spain|
|2.||23 March 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||Bucharest - Romania|
|2.||09 March 2013||World Open||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|3.||09 December 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|2.||09 December 2012||International Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|3.||02 December 2012||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Melbourne - Australia|
|1.||29 November 2012||International Open||Standard||Adult||Melbourne - Australia|
|2.||17 November 2012||World Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|2.||04 November 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Platja d'Aro - Spain|
|2.||26 October 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||20 October 2012||World Open||Standard||Adult||Helsinki - Finland|
|2.||23 September 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Beijing - People's Republic of China|
|1.||22 September 2012||World Championship||Show Dance Standard||Adult||Beijing - People's Republic of China|
|2.||09 September 2012||World Open||Standard||Adult||Prague - Czech Republic|
|3.||17 August 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||09 June 2012||World Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|2.||06 May 2012||International Open||Standard||Adult||Seoul - South Korea|
|3.||28 April 2012||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Koblenz - Germany|
|1.||24 March 2012||International Open||Standard||Adult||Donetsk - Ukraine|
|3.||11 March 2012||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|1.||15 December 2011||Open||Standard||Adult||Manila - Philippines|
|2.||03 December 2011||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Salou - Spain|
|3.||29 October 2011||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|2.||08 October 2011||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Aarhus - Denmark|
|2.||24 September 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Beijing - People's Republic of China|
|1.||10 September 2011||Open||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|3.||19 August 2011||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|3.||06 August 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Bangkok - Thailand|
|2.||03 July 2011||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Chengdu - People's Republic of China|
|2.||11 June 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|3.||14 May 2011||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Kalisz - Poland|
|3.||30 April 2011||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Seoul - South Korea|
|2.||22 April 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Berlin - Germany|
|1.||02 April 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Porto Torres (Sardinia) - Italy|
|2.||19 March 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||12 February 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Montreal - Canada|
|1.||06 February 2011||International Open||Standard||Adult||Antwerp - Belgium|
|3.||11 December 2010||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|2.||10 December 2010||Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|3.||27 November 2010||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Wetzlar - Germany|
|4.||03 September 2010||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (CA) - United States|
|2.||29 August 2010||International Open||Standard||Adult||Chun Cheon City - South Korea|
|3.||21 August 2010||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||12 June 2010||International Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|3.||05 June 2010||International Open||Standard||Adult||Rimini - Italy|
|1.||02 May 2010||International Open||Standard||Adult||Seoul - South Korea|
|2.||24 April 2010||Open||Standard||Adult||Linz - Austria|
|5.||03 April 2010||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||20 March 2010||Open||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|4.||07 March 2010||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|3.||13 February 2010||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Bassano del Grappa - Italy|
|2.||23 January 2010||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vancouver - Canada|
|4.||12 December 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|5.||28 November 2009||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Aarhus - Denmark|
|2.||22 November 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|3.||24 October 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||19 September 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Ancona - Italy|
|4.||04 September 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (CA) - United States|
|4.||22 August 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||05 July 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Wuppertal - Germany|
|4.||27 June 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Rimini - Italy|
|1.||07 June 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Ruse - Bulgaria|
|2.||06 June 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|1.||03 May 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Seoul - South Korea|
|2.||18 April 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Linz - Austria|
|1.||12 April 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Megeve - France|
|1.||12 April 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Megève - France|
|4.||11 April 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Megeve - France|
|3.||29 March 2009||Open||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|2.||14 March 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|3.||08 March 2009||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|1.||14 February 2009||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vancouver - Canada|
|1.||13 December 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Dniepropetrovsk - Ukraine|
|1.||07 December 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Taipei - Chinese Taipei|
|5.||24 November 2008||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|5.||15 November 2008||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|4.||08 November 2008||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Bologna - Italy|
|3.||19 October 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Liege - Belgium|
|2.||06 September 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Chun Cheon City - South Korea|
|5.||29 August 2008||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (CA) - United States|
|3.||16 August 2008||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|1.||20 July 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||19 July 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||15 June 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Ruse - Bulgaria|
|1.||27 April 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Seoul - South Korea|
|1.||19 April 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Linz - Austria|
|1.||12 April 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Mikolajki - Poland|
|5.||05 April 2008||European Championship||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|2.||23 March 2008||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|1.||09 March 2008||Open||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|1.||01 March 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Plovdiv - Bulgaria|
|1.||08 February 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vancouver - Canada|
|3.||26 January 2008||International Open||Standard||Adult||Tampere - Finland|
|4.||02 December 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Taipei - Chinese Taipei|
|6.||01 December 2007||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Taipei - Chinese Taipei|
|4.||17 November 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|1.||28 October 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|6.||27 October 2007||World Championship||Standard||Adult||Moscow - Russian Federation|
|1.||21 October 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Liege - Belgium|
|5.||16 September 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Kistelek - Hungary|
|6.||31 August 2007||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (CA) - United States|
|6.||18 August 2007||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|2.||15 July 2007||World Cup||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||14 July 2007||Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||08 July 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Hong Kong - Hong Kong|
|1.||07 July 2007||Open||Standard||Adult||Macau - Macau|
|2.||02 July 2007||Open||Standard||Adult||Shenzhen - People's Republic of China|
|2.||01 July 2007||Open||Standard||Adult||Shenzhen - People's Republic of China|
|4.||19 June 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Alassio - Italy|
|2.||09 June 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|2.||14 April 2007||International Open||Standard||Adult||Aarhus - Denmark|
|6.||18 March 2007||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|1.||11 March 2007||Open||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|6.||02 December 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|1.||19 November 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|1.||18 November 2006||World Cup||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|2.||22 October 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Liege - Belgium|
|1.||01 October 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Taipei - Chinese Taipei|
|10.||01 September 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (California) - United States|
|2.||26 August 2006||Open||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|6.||19 August 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|1.||05 August 2006||Open||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|4.||08 July 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Barcelona - Spain|
|4.||27 June 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Cervia - Italy|
|3.||20 June 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Ostia (Rome) - Italy|
|3.||10 June 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Olsztyn - Poland|
|4.||20 May 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||St. Petersburg - Russian Federation|
|3.||06 May 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Kaunas - Lithuania|
|3.||22 April 2006||Open||Standard||Adult||Mikolajki - Poland|
|3.||21 April 2006||Open||Standard||Adult||Mikolajki - Poland|
|2.||02 April 2006||Open||Standard||Adult||Brno - Czech Republic|
|2.||02 April 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Brno - Czech Republic|
|2.||01 April 2006||European Union Championship||Standard||Adult||Brno - Czech Republic|
|7.||19 March 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|11.||11 March 2006||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Rimini - Italy|
|9.||25 February 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Tralee - Ireland|
|3.||12 February 2006||International Open||Standard||Adult||Antwerpen - Belgium|
|1.||18 December 2005||International Open||Standard||Adult||Riga - Latvia|
|1.||18 December 2005||Sub Continental Championship||Latin||Adult||Riga - Latvia|
|1.||17 December 2005||European Cup||Standard||Adult||Riga - Latvia|
|9.||04 December 2005||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|1.||04 December 2005||Open||Standard||Adult||Singapore - Singapore|
|7.||26 November 2005||unknown||Standard||Adult||Leipzig - Germany|
|5.||18 November 2005||International Open||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|3.||22 October 2005||International Open||Standard||Adult||Liege - Belgium|
|13.||02 September 2005||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Irvine (Los Angeles) - United States|
|9.||20 August 2005||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|8.||13 August 2005||International Open||Standard||Adult||Leipzig - Germany|
|4.||22 June 2005||Open||Standard||Adult||Servia - Italy|
|7.||20 March 2005||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Tokyo - Japan|
|1.||13 March 2005||Open||Standard||Adult||Shanghai - People's Republic of China|
|15.||20 November 2004||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Vienna - Austria|
|5.||17 October 2004||International Open||Standard||Adult||Arnhem - Netherlands|
|2.||16 October 2004||International Open||Standard||Adult||Liege - Belgium|
|17.||19 August 2004||GrandSlam||Standard||Adult||Stuttgart - Germany|
|7.||10 July 2004||International Open||Standard||Adult||Barcelona - Spain|
|Country of origin:||Italy|
|I mainly live in:||Germany|
|Main trainers:||Wiliam Pino, Alessandra Bucchiarelli|
How did you get in contact with Dancesport ?
Simone was challenged by his uncle as a child who woke his interest in dancing by saying he could never be better than him. Annette played very successful tennis but unfortunately or maybe fortunately her spine got a deformation so a doctor advised her to visit some dance class in order to correct her posture.
What is the fascination that you are still involved in Dancesport ?
The challenge of improvement , the enjoyment of dancing together to wonderful music.
What is your aim in Dancesport ?
To get the most out of our potential and to be able to show it while we still compete, to leave an image of ourselves in the dance world and to become successful teachers.
Is there something in Dancesport nowadays what you are worried about ?
Many are worried about new things. Actually we prefer to be surprised instead of being worried. There are always two sides good and bad of everything in the world. It depends which one you wanna look at. For Dancesport it’s necessary that couples keep enjoying what they do.
How long are you dancing ?
We have danced together for 7 years. Annette is dancing now for 20 and Simone for 19 years.
What is your favorite dance ?
We both like very much Slow Fox, although it can change depending on the mood we have on the day and the music.
Who is your main trainer ?
Our main teachers are William Pino & Alessandra Bucciarelli and we had the big fortune to be closed students of the great teacher Oliver Wessel – Therhorn.
Where do you mainly live ?
We keep travelling a lot but try to spent half of our time in italy and half in germany. But of course this is not always possible so we have to be flexible and adapt to the situation.
Do you have time to meet friends ?
Most of our friends fortunately are part of the dance world so we have the possibility to meet them nearly every weekend somewhere else in the world.
Your education, job :
Annette did 2 years of military sport company after graduating with the Abitur from highschool . She started to do a distance learning university in economics but the free time is very restricted and we dedicate every minute for our dancing now. Simone finished artistic highschool leading to architecture university.
What are you going to do if there is - completely unexpected - a free day for you ?
Of course the first thing in mind is to relax but because it’s very unusual to have free time we straight away use it for something else we love to do which is definitely for Simone Photography and for Annette spending time with her family, read, sew and play with her dog ;-)
Do you have any hobbies beside dancing ?
We love to get some new inspirations from different kind of arts. So we enjoy it to go to musicals , concerts and do other type of dancing like argentine tango.
Do you have other talents which nobody knows so far ?
Simone used to be a salsa teacher before so he enjoys it a lot. Annette sometimes tries to realize some of her fashion ideas by sewing something.
Which kind of movie could you motivate to go to the cinema ?
We definitely like thrillers, funny movies that give you a nice mood or sport movies that inspire you to go back to practice even harder.
Imagine you are on a lonley island. What are the 3 most important things you would take with you or you cannot imagine to live without ?
Family/each other, good food, music
What are you most proud of ?
We’re proud that we try to achieve our goals with our own strength.
Which of your dreams would you like most to come true ?
To become a champion that is remembered for many years for outstanding dancing.
What are your targets fort he next World Championship ?
The main goal is always to win this is the main reason why we compete. But it’s not only important to win in the judges eye but to touch as many people as possible and draw them to our side.
If you meet a person you don`t know, what hits your eyes ?
The aura that is produced by him/her, the mood and facial expression.
How do you cope with stress and bad mood ?
Stress is part of our life as many dancers already experienced. So this is nothing new. Regarding the moods you need to develop a huge amount of patience and you also have to remind yourself that there are worse things happening in the world. We should appreciate what we have.
What are your personal strengths ?
The constellation of our partnership is definitely helping because we cover different areas. We have very different personalities which complete us as a couple. We are like mind and body. None of these two parts can work without the other. For sure what people say is that we are one of the few couples that combine performance with elegance.
What is your motto in life ?
You need only three things to be happy in life :
-Something to do
-Something to dream
-Someone to Love
And never change a winning team !
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