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26th German Open Championships 24/08/2012

2012 European Youth Latin © Marius Mutin

Particularly the 20% increase of entries in the Juvenile and Junior age groups bodes well for the continued growth and development of the German Open Championships (GOC).

From the 2012 WDSF European DanceSport Championship Youth Latin on Tuesday 14 August, the next generations of standout dancers were omnipresent at the Liederhalle, competing in events such as the World Team Cup Youth or the many Opens from Juvenile age groups.

The "Live from Stuttgart" blog lets you relive the 2012 German Open Championships for years to come - through the record number of posts and videos there! WDSF Communications thanks the GOC organisers and the German DanceSport Federation for their support in making this unprecedented coverage available to followers around the world.

  2012 European Youth Latin © Marius Mutin 2012 European Youth Latin © Marius Mutin 2012 European Youth Latin © Marius Mutin