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A review to last weekend 25/02/2019

2018 GrandSlam Final Std |© Reinhard Egli

Our associate member, the World Rock’n’Roll Confederation, started their competition season in Valbonne Sophia Antipolis, France, on Saturday. World Cup in Boogie Woogie Main Class turned out well for Jonathan Haug – Emma Danielsson (SWE), who started the season with a win over their fellow Swedes Viktor Edlund – Wilma Edlund and the Italians Simone Corsi – Giulia Cornelli. The young Russian couple Fedor Klimov – Diana Leonteva won the World Cup in Juniors and the French couple Raphaël Dupas – Laurence Nograbat won the World Cup in Seniors.

Lisbon, Portugal, hosted the second World Open event in February. 62 couples started the first round of the World Open Latin competition at Casal Vistoso Sports Hall. After five rounds our reigning World Champions in Ten Dance, Konstantin Gorodilov – Dominika Bergmannova (EST) were announced as winners while Winson Tam – Anastasia Novikova (CAN) ranked second and Artur Balandin – Anna Salita (GER) ranked third.

WDSF International Open Latin in Lyon, France, had 63 couples registered for the first round on Saturday. Maxim Elfimov – Evgenia Churikova (RUS) took home their first win of the year at Palais des Sports de Lyon. On the following day, on Sunday, 54 couples had registered for the WDSF International Open Standard. After five rounds Alexey Glukhov – Anastasia Glazunova (RUS) were announced as winners.

Moscow Region, Russian Federation, hosted two WDSF International Open events during the weekend. A respectable number of 155 couples participated the International Open Latin competition on Saturday. Viacheslav Benko – Elena Klepikova (RUS) were announced as winners after a six-round competition. Evgeny Nikitin – Anastasia Miliutina (RUS) won the International Open Standard on Sunday, which also had a good number - 110 - couples on the starting list.

With another weekend of DanceSport behind us we can now start preparing for the events in March. The 2019 GrandSlam Series kicks off at Bucharest, Professional Division Super Grand Prix -events take place in Tokyo and Pieve Di Cento, and there are five World Opens on the calendar (Brno, Kyiv, Tokyo, Pieve Di Cento and Skopje). With all these, combined with International Open and Open competitions, it will be a busy and wonderful month in DanceSport and we are already looking forward to it.