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  • Bjorn Bitsch - Ashli Williamson win 2018 PD Open STD 

    2nd day at Finnish Open Championships. Bitsch - Williamson from Denmark win the PD Open STD competition. Sadecki - Nawrot from Poland achieve runners-up position.

    05/03/2018 read more ...
  • Gabriele Goffredo - Anna Matus win 2018 PD Open Latin

    Finnish Open DanceSport Championships in Helsinki set the stage for PD Open Latin. Goffredo - Matus from Moldova win the competition ahead of Smolko - Bazykina from Latvia.

    04/03/2018 read more ...
  • PD Meets GS

    As during the German and Russian Opens, important PD competitions will take place concurrently with those of a GrandSlam leg at the upcoming Finnish Open DanceSport Championships between 2 and 4 March in Helsinki .

    11/02/2018 read more ...
  • The Cuban Experience

    "Back To The Roots" is the documentary produced by the Slovenian trainer and adjudicator Barbara Ambroz. In the film she looks at how Cuban influences marked the Latin American dances as they are performed today.

    02/01/2018 read more ...
  • Athlete of The Year

    The International World Games Association launches its poll for the Athlete of the Year award. Jacek Tarczilo and Anna Miadzielec represent DanceSport on the ballots. The World Games 2017 Champions have won it all.

    01/01/2018 read more ...
  • 2017 PD World ShowDance STD

    Vadim Garbuzov and Kathrin Menzinger, AUT, win the title ahead of Bjorn Bitsch - Ashli Williamson, DEN, who achieve runners-up position. Third place went to Valentin Lusin - Renata Lusin, GER.

    08/12/2017 read more ...

2012 WDSF PD World Standard 14/03/2012

WDSF PD World Standard © Roland

The 2012 WDSF PD World Standard takes place next Sunday, 18 March (from 15:30 h CET), as part of the Crystal Cup in Moscow, RUS.

A WDSF Communications team headed by Heidi Goetz will be at the Crocus Expo Centre and report live on the Championship.

A live video stream on the second World Standard held under the auspices of the WDSF PD will be available here on In April 2011, the Championship was staged very successfully in Tallinn, EST. Couples representing 15 nations fought out the title.