Breaking for Gold, the digital qualification process for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, has its first entry from a b-girl, its first entry from the USA and the first entries by siblings. And at the origin of it all is Street Justice from NYC!22/06/2017 read more ...
After it crossed the equator of Stage One on 20 June, Breaking for Gold brings on the big guns to promote global participation in the digital qualification process for the YOG and to call on all b-boys/girls to submit their video NOW!21/06/2017 read more ...
With 30 days to go until the Opening Ceremony of The World Games 2017 gets underway at the Wroclaw Stadium, WDSF issues its first of two bulletins to everyone in its contingent. More than 150 athletes make it the biggest ever.20/06/2017 read more ...
B-Boy Turbo is the fourth entrant representing Israel in the Breaking for Gold Stage One of qualification for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games. There is one country with seven entries and there are many with none.19/06/2017 read more ...
The Task Force established to combat competition manipulation in DanceSport presented its interim report and the key findings after its first hearings to the 2017 Forum held on 11 June in Singapore. Here is the first of two parts!17/06/2017 read more ...
Mr Shigemitsu Tanabe has received the 2017 edition of the WDSF President's Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions in establishing the foundations to the Professional Division of the Japan DanceSport Federation.16/06/2017 read more ...
Sergey Konovaltsev, RUS, who has recently announced the end of his partnership with sister Olga, remembered the night of 28 July 2013 in an interview with dancesport.ru.
"Olga and I have danced on nearly all continents, but what sticks out in our memories is South America, Colombia and The World Games in Cali.
We knew that Olga suffered from an injury, but we wanted to dance this competition, one that takes place only every four years.
What a gratifying experience it turned out to be. Imagine 17,000 people chanting 'Russia' ..."
No need to imagine: here is the 90-minute television programme of a truly memorable night for DanceSport. Salsa and Standard dances performed by the world's best at the Cali bullfighting ring, one of the biggest crowds ever, a break for rain, and much, much more!
Final Standing Standard
1. FERRUGGIA / KOEHLER, GER
2. KONOVALTSEV / KONOVALTSEVA, RUS
3. GUERRA / BENINCASA, ITA
4. VEZELIS / CHATKEVICIUTE, LTU
5. SADECKI / NAWROT, POL
6. TODARO / YANEVA, BUL
Final Standing Salsa
1. BENJUMEA MEROLANDA / AVILA MOLINA, COL
2. MAZUCH / GATEKOVA, CZE
3. BERARDI / BERARDI, ITA
4. LISUNOV / LISUNOVA, RUS
5. LLAO GERVASIO / MORENO JIMENEZ, ESP
6. CERRITOS DIAZ / LAZO ROSEY, MEX