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  • THE FINAL PUSH

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2014 GrandSlam Latin Stuttgart 20/08/2014

Guillaume Schmitt - Elena Salikhova, FRA © Roland Just four days after the event was danced in Stuttgart, GER, you are able to take in the decisive stages in full length through the WDSF on-demand service DanceSport Total Plus.

The 90-minute programme covering semi-final and final of the 2014 GrandSlam Latin Stuttgart will be available later today at a price of US$ 2.95 for 72 hours rental. Click here!

TVi6WSEegv8|2014 GrandSlam Latin Stuttgart | The Final Trailer

The outcome was as predictable as always. But the expert public at the Beethoven Hall enjoyed every second of the semi-final and final in the 2014 GrandSlam Latin Stuttgart. A very inspired Aniello Langella and Khrystyna Moshenska, ITA, were again awarded 10s by the panel of adjudicators and made it their victory number 13.

But perfection was found elsewhere too! With their final Paso Doble, Charles-Guillaume Schmitt and Elena Salikhova, FRA, swept the 4,000 spectators off their seats - for a standing ovation of more than a minute!