With 30 days to go until the Opening Ceremony of The World Games 2017 gets underway at the Wroclaw Stadium, WDSF issues its first of two bulletins to everyone in its contingent. More than 150 athletes make it the biggest ever.20/06/2017 read more ...
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!17/06/2017 read more ...
The decision of the International University Sports Federation to grant DanceSport recognition makes it eligible (as an optional sport) for the programme of the Universiade. Many top-level dancers are also university students. Great!23/05/2017 read more ...
The World DanceSport Federation points out to the National Member Bodies that the first stage of qualifying for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games must be open to all breakers and without any restrictions other than the age range.20/05/2017 read more ...
The organisers of the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Art Games (AIMAG) are looking for a Technical Operations Manager to help in the preparations and the delivery of the DanceSport events at the 2017 AIMAG in Ashgabat, TKM.16/05/2017 read more ...
The World DanceSport Federation takes a long and self-critical look at itself, asking, "If we are a mixed gender sport by default, why doesn't it show when it comes the our panels of adjudicators, our commissions or the Presidium?"17/03/2017 read more ...
The lecturers are first rate on the last day of the 2014 Adjudicators' Congress in Stuttgart too.
They put the emphasis on the Latin dances as they are adjudicated with the Judging System 2.1, with all lecturers addressing particular Performance Assessment Standards for the four Components.
Sports Director Marco Sietas will speak on the topic of measures taken against competition fixing in DanceSport.
The General Knowledge Test - which is mandatory for all participants - is also administered on this final day.
Monday 11 Aug 2014 - Latin Dances
11:00 a.m. - Anti-Competition Fixing Measures by MARCO SIETAS
12:00 p.m. - Judging Technical Qualities by NATASA AMBROZ
01:15 p.m. - Break
01:30 p.m. - Judging Movement to Music by LENE JAMES
02:45 p.m. - Judging Partnering Skill by ANNA BEZIKOVA
04:00 p.m. - Break
04:15 p.m. - Judging Choreography and Presentation by PETER MAXWELL
05:30 p.m. - General Knowledge Test/English Listening Comprehension Test - New Applicants Only
06:30 p.m. - End of Congress
Participants may choose to attend one, two or all three days of the 2014 Adjudicators' Congress in Stuttgart. Here are the fees.
1 day CHF 100 (day 1) / EURO 85.-
2 days CHF 160 (day 2 and 3) / EURO 130.-
3 days CHF 200 / EURO 160.-