|Member Id number (MIN)||10059440|
|Current age group||Adult (Senior Ia)|
|19.||13 July 2014||World Championship||Latin||Senior I||Rimini - Italy|
|16.||05 February 2011||International Open||Latin||Adult||Vancouver - Canada|
|54.||04 September 2010||GrandSlam||Latin||Adult||Irvine (CA) - United States|
|details||Michelle Shuk Kwan Chan||Canada||Canada||Active||03/05/2014|
|Country of origin:||Canada|
|I mainly live in:||Calgary, Alberta|
|Profession or education:||Finance|
|Main trainers:||Dany Desloges|
Michael Currie starting out dancing salsa at the clubs and in the dance studios of New York City. After moving to Calgary, Alberta in 2007, he took up International Latin dancing, and he's danced at competitions, mostly in Calgary and Edmonton in Alberta, but also several times in Vancouver. He's also competed at the Canada DanceSport Canadian Closed Championships in 2010 (in Calgary), 2011 (in Toronto), 2012 (in Vancouver), and 2013 (in Halifax). In 2010 he competed at Embassy Ball in Irvine, California.
With his previous partner Clarice Yau he won the Adult Pre-Championship Latin events at Wild Rose Ball and Snowball Classic.
Currie has had four dance partners: in syllabus he danced with Anna Zhu from 2008 to 2009, then at the pre-championship and championship levels he has danced with Clarice Yau (2009-2011), Angelina Sotnikova (2011-2012), and Michelle Chan (2012-present).
Currie is based in Calgary, Alberta and is coached by Dany Desloges (http://www.danyandgosha.com), and has also taken lessons with Vibeke Toft, Maurizio Vescovo, Andra Vaidilaite, Anna Trebunskaya, Nikolai Voronovich, and Maria Nikolishina.
Currie currently serves on the Board of Directors for DanceSport Alberta Association (DSAB) (www.dancesportalberta.org), a regional body in Canada that forms part of Canada DanceSport (CDS), the Canadian chapter of the World DanceSport Federation (WDSF). He also volunteers as treasurer for DSAB.
When not dancing, Currie works as a financial professional and entrepreneur (http://bruceforceresearch.com/michael-currie).