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Another Thriller In Manila 13/12/2011

Stefan Green - Adriana Sigona, NZL © Rob Ronda On 15 December champion couples from 24 countries will compete in the WDSF PD World Cup Latin at the the Harbor Tent Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Manila, PHI.

"This is the first time that this prestigious competition is being held in Asia. It gives the opportunity for Asian dancers, including our own, to compete in the event," said Gymnastics Association of the Philippines and organising committee head Cynthia Carrion.

An P8-million budget is being earmarked for the World Cup Latin Philippines "because we want to put our best foot forward and show our visitors that we can put on a big international competition of this magnitude," Carrion said.

Spicing up the evening affair will be a Latin dance show featuring street kids trained by former 2005 Philippine Southeast Asian Games gold medalist and president of the Professional Dancesport Association of the Philippines, Belinda Adora.

http://www.WorldCupLatinPhilippines.com