2012 Beijing International Open | Live 14/09/2012

2012 Beijing International Open

Behind the name of 2012 Beijing International DanceSport Open hides a line-up of four premier events in the WDSF competition calendar. In the order that they will be danced at the Ditan Gymnasium, the second edition of Beijing Open features the 2012 WDSF World Youth Latin, the 2012 World Freestyle Standard and Latin, and the third leg of the 2012 GrandSlam Standard Series.

Through the "Live from Beijing, CHN" blog, WDSF Communications will report extensively on all four events, starting on 21 September. WDSF Communications team members Prof Helmut Roland and Ferran Castañer will soon be on location in Beijing.

The promotional reel for the 2012 Beijing Open provides everyone with the opportunity to go on a sightseeing tour through the capital of China.

 

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