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2014 WDSF GrandSlam Hong Kong 12/05/2014

2013 GrandSlam Standard Hong Kong © Kwong George Yip, the chairman of the Hong Kong DanceSport Association, informed WDSF Sports Director Marco Sietas of the number of entries in the second leg of the GrandSlam Series 2014.

As of last week, these entries stood at 69 couples for the GrandSlam Latin and at just over 50 couples for the Standard. So far, the couples come from 25 different countries.

Over the coming weeks, WDSF Communications will report regularly about the preparations for the GrandSlams that take place on 31 May (Latin) and 1 June (Standard) at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Hong Kong Island.

From 29 May, "nearly real-time" coverage on the event will become available on the "Live from Hong Kong" blog. RSVP here!