The Vimeo on Demand programme covering the semi-final and final of the 2017 European DanceSport Championship Standard has been released. A look back at the event that was danced on 19 May in Olomouc, CZE. US$ 3.75!26/05/2017 read more ...
We got our first submission to "Breaking for Gold" from the Himalayan country of Bhutan. B-Boy D-soul tells us, there will be quite a few more coming. Breaking is getting very popular in the "Land of the Thunder Dragon," he says.26/05/2017 read more ...
On 24 May 2017, the countdown to the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games passed the mark of minus 500 days. Interviews with the key people behind the organisation of the 2018 YOG confirm: preparations are on track.26/05/2017 read more ...
The Friendship Camp, which is organised by the WDSF Athletes' Commission in the Netherlands this July, is all about dance! Virtually any dance! The line-up of teachers and lecturers will also include a name for Hip Hop and Breaking.25/05/2017 read more ...
The decision of the International University Sports Federation to grant DanceSport recognition makes it eligible (as an optional sport) for the programme of the Universiade. Many top-level dancers are also university students. Great!23/05/2017 read more ...
Every National Olympic Committee is aware of the general "Qualification System Principles" upon which the sport-specific system is based. They are: universality, performance, host country representation and gender equality.22/05/2017 read more ...
642 couples entered the successful Brno Open over the three days. The seventh edition thus established a new participation record. Organisers and sponsors had prepared an outstanding event for all IDSF and IPDSC categories.
Each day focused on a different segment of the audience: Friday – Seniors' Night, Saturday – Champions' Night and Sunday – Dance Lovers' Party. All three days brought something new and different to the spectators. The shows of World Champions Paolo Bosco – Silvia Piton (ITA) and Maurizio Vescovo – Melinda Törökgyörgy (HUN) were the absolute highlight and also broadcast live on national television. Brno was able to welcome eight World Champions among the couples as well as judges. The funniest thing: Frank Venables became the most popular showman with his Mambo show.
You can find the complete results on www.brnoopen.cz Here are only winners:
IDSF Juveniles I+II Open ST: George Saceleanu - Amanda Chincia, Romania
IDSF Juveniles I+II Open LA: Dawid Podgajny - Katarzyna Rudzka, Poland
IDSF Juniors I Open ST: Kewin Espenszyt - Jowita Misiakowska, Poland
IDSF Juniors I Open LA: Andras Deak - Zsofia Paroczai, Hungary
IDSF Juniors II Open ST: Arian Winowski - Sandra Michalczyk, Poland
IDSF Juniors II Open LA: Szymon Sabatowicz - Natalia Krzyszton, Poland
IDSF Youth Open ST: Dariusz Mycka - Hanna Zudziewicz, Poland
IDSF Youth Open LA: Pawel Milcarz - Agnieszka Kaczorowska, Poland
IDSF Rising Stars ST: David Odstrcil – Beata Koblizkova, Czech Republic
IDSF Rising Stars LA: Egor Shchiryy - Alisa Sadovnikova, Rusian Federation
IDSF International Open ST: Marco Cavallaro - Joanne Clifton, England
IDSF International Open LA: Marek Dedik / Kristina Horvatova, Slovakia
IDSF Senior I Open ST: Tassilo Lax - Sabine Lax, Germany
IDSF Senior II Open ST: Walter Valenta - Irmtraud Maurer, Austria
IPDSC Open ST: Isaia Berardi - Cinzia Birarelli, Italy
IPDSC Open LA: Maurizio Ghigiarelli - Manuela Andracchio, Italy
Sponsors and organisers were very satisfied and invite you to the Brno Open 2010 from March 26 to 28th.