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New Professional Divisions 16/01/2012

Joachim Llambi The German and the Dutch DanceSport Federations are about to join the WDSF Professional Division.

Couples in Germany and the Netherlands should thus be able to register as professionals through their national federation (DTV or NADB) and participate in WDSF PD tournaments and championships.

Recognised professionals in both countries have been entrusted with the build-up of the new divisions over the coming months.

Joachim Llambi (pictured above) will present the statutory framework and the competition rules for the German PD to the 2012 DTV General Assembly for ratification.

Cor van de Stroet has accepted the invitation of the NADB to become the NADB-PD chairman and NADB-PD project leader to establish the NADB PD in the Netherlands.