2011 IDSF European Standard, Kalisz, POL 13/05/2011

2011 IDSF EC Standard

The Polish organisers have confirmed that the 2011 IDSF European DanceSport Championship Standard in Kalisz will be webcast live in its entirety.

Preliminary rounds are held from 12:00 to 16:00 CEST (GMT +2). The Opening Ceremony starts at 18:30 and is followed by quarter, semi and final, with show blocks scheduled in between.

The live stream is available on the eSPORTtv channel or on the organisers' website. A full blown multi-camera production makes this a must-see for DanceSport enthusiasts around the world.

IDSF will complement the webcast with an informal blog roll on its website worlddancesport.org. Correspondent Prof Dr Helmut Roland will provide photography, results and background on the championship from the Kalisz Arena. Starting time here is also 12:00!

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