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  • Your Brand Here

    WDSF makes certain opportunities available for members of the DanceSport industry to associate their brands with the audiovisual productions that are generated by the Communications team from events such as this World Latin!

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  • Countdown Is On

    The countdown to the 2017 World Latin, which is danced on Saturday 18 November in Vienna - Schwechat, AUT, has started. The Austrian Open, the event that it is embedded into, gets underway today, Thursday 16 November.

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  • Coming Your Way

    We are only a few days away from the 2017 World Latin taking place at the Multiversum in Vienna - Schwechat, AUT. As one of the highlights in the WDSF calendar, it generates interest per se, but there are special circumstances ...

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  • Meet Jordan, A B-Boy From South Africa

    B-Boy Jordan is the only representative of Africa who continues on the "Road to Buenos Aires" after coming in 21st at the Continental Qualifier in Essen, GER. Argentina's sports press makes him "South Africa's lone breaking star." 

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  • Two Titles In Two Weeks

    The 2017 World DanceSport Championship Youth Latin was a success, albeit an underexposed one. Most successful were Semen Khrzhanovskiy - Elizaveta Lykhina, who won their second 2017 world title only two weeks after the first.

    13/11/2017 read more ...
  • We Were Live In Takasaki, JPN

    We were able to offer you a quality live stream from the 2017 Cheerleading World Championships in Takasaki, JPN. Unfortunatley, we could not provide you with one from the 2017 World Youth Latin. And there was great demand!

    12/11/2017 read more ...
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Annamária Somkuti † 20/06/2014

Annamária Somkuti The WDSF Presidium deeply regrets the loss of Mrs Annamária Somkuti, a former President of the Hungarian DanceSport Association as well as a good friend and colleague.

Annamária was a founding member of the Hungarian DanceSport Association and served as its President for eight years. Throughout her career in DanceSport she was a most accomplished dancer, trainer and adjudicator.

Her commendable service to the development of DanceSport include her appointments as a board member of the Hungarian National Sports Federation, the National Olympic Committee Non-Olympic Sports Board and the Hungarian National Olympic Committee's Women In Sports Commission.

Her lifetime contributions to DanceSport will benefit a great number of people and she will be sadly missed by all. 

Our most sincere condolences go to her family and friends.

WDSF Presidium