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ALL EYES on STUTTGART 24/07/2014

Andrey Zaytsev - Elizaveta Cherevichnaya, RUS © Roland The German Open Champeionships (GOC) are in a league of their own when it comes to overall participation in the approximately 40 competitions staged between 12 and 16 August at the Liederhalle in Stuttgart.

The absolute highlights in the line-up of WDSF events are the Professional Division Super GrandPrix Standard and Latin on 12 and 14 August and the GrandSlam Latin and Standard held beween 14 and 16 August. The respective entry lists confirm:  all top contenders will be present for the showdowns in the Beethoven Hall!

A WDSF Communications team will be on location in full force and report with unprecedented depth on these competitions. The "Live from Stuttgart" blog will go up on 8 August. Stay tuned and keep your EYES on STUTTGART.