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    The Task Force established to combat competition manipulation in DanceSport presented its interim report and the key findings after its first hearings to the 2017 Forum held on 11 June in Singapore. Here is the first of two parts!

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    With all this talk about the Youth Olympic Games next year, one tends to forget that other multi-sport games which are also firmly embedded in the Olympic Movement, The World Games 2017 Wroclaw, are only 70 days away.

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  • Making History

    The World DanceSport Federation launches the first Digital Qualification System in Olympic history and makes a "global casting call" to determine the best 24 who will get to break at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

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Structure Accepted 11/02/2011

Timo

During the Presidium meeting on 22 and 23 January IDSF Athletes' Commission Chair Timo Kulcak made proposals - on your behalf - for the commission's structure and composition. After they were unanimously accepted, Timo reports on the commission's section. Click here!