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    Two World title events this weekend as the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Standard takes place in Leipzig (GER) and the 2019 WDSF World Championship Youth Ten Dance is in programme in Kyiv (UKR).

    18/10/2019 read more ...
  • The new Sports Series launched in Singapore

    Singapore hosted the first WDSF Sports Series event on August 24th 2019 under the title of WDSF Asia Sports Series Games Qualifiers.

    16/10/2019 read more ...
  • Three WDSF title events

    Bilbao (ESP) and Chisinau (MDA) hosted three WDSF title events in four days.

    14/10/2019 read more ...
  • The fourth European title for Dmitry and Olga

    After their successful debut in the Professional Division in August, Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova (RUS) started the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship as the favourites for the title.

    14/10/2019 read more ...
  • WDSF and WDSF PD titles up for grabs

    Another busy weekend ahead as the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship Standard, two WDSF World Championships and the 2019 WDSF European Championship Youth Standard highlight the following four days.

    11/10/2019 read more ...
  • New World Champions were crowned

    An exceptionally full weekend with World title events ended with new World Champions announced on four locations.

    07/10/2019 read more ...

A Short Look Back at Last Weekend in Europe 16/09/2019

Wroclaw 2019 © Marcin Gołkowski / StudioPM Photography

The first edition of the World Urban Games offered a thrilling experience to 32 b-boys and b-girls in Budapest (HUN). B-boy Victor (USA) and b-girl Ami (JPN) battled their way to the highest step on the podium. Read more about it here

The reigning World Champions Armen Tsaturyan – Svetlana Gudyno (RUS) took their 15th win this season as they were awarded the gold medals in WDSF World Open Latin in Prague (CZE) on Saturday. The silver medals were delivered to Konstantin Gorodilov – Dominika Bergmannova (EST) and the bronze to Winson Tam – Anastasia Novikova (CAN). Estonian fans enjoyed the success also on Sunday as Madis Abel – Aleksandra Galkina (EST) won the WDSF World Open Standard. Tomas Fainsil – Violetta Posmetnaya (GER) ranked second and Edgars Linis – Eliza Ancane (LAT) third.

WDSF International Open Standard in Wroclaw (POL) ended with Leonid Khokhlov - Maria Ermolaeva (RUS) receiving the biggest trophies. By the look of the RLS, the couple has been dancing together only a few weeks and it was their first competition together. What a great start to this new partnership! To the great joy of the home crowd, Bartosz Lewandowski - Anna Walachowska (POL) won the WDSF International Open Latin.

In Moscow (RUS), WDSF International Open Standard title was awarded to Georgy Kalashnikov - Domile Semeskeviciute (LTU). Francesco Esposito - Svetlana Kostenko (ITA) won the seven-couple final of the WDSF International Open Latin.

Next weekend there will be two title events, European Championship Youth Ten Dance on Saturday and World Championship Under 21 Latin on Sunday. In addition to these highlights there are World Opens, International Opens and Opens on three continents.