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Get Yours! 05/12/2012

WDSF Athlete's ID Card

It cannot be emphasised enough that from 1 January 2013 the WDSF Athlete's ID Card will become mandatory for you to enter all sanctioned competions.

Every day that you wait with submitting the application for your card could well turn into a day that you will not be able to dance in an Open, International Open, World Open, GrandSlam ... You get the idea.

A look at the calendar for January 2013 only confirms: quite a few couples should be expecting to dance in either Italy, Russia, Spain, Germany or Iceland. If you expect to be one of them, make sure that you will have your card issued by then.

The staff members at the WDSF Office in Sant Cugat, Spain, are putting in extra hours to process applications, print the cards and send them to the National Member Bodies. If you are planning to dance in Bologna, Moscow, Madrid, Pforzheim or Reykjavik, make sure you apply for your card without any further delay here.

As you are watching the tutorial, bear in mind that payment procedures vary in certain countries!

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