DanceSport in Southern Africa 12/02/2014

Giovanni Chiapperini - Botsang TshenyegoThe Italian trainer Giovanni Chiapperini travelled to Botswana in the beginning of January to work with a number of countries in the region on developing DanceSport further.

Representatives of DanceSport organisations in Botswana, Mozambique, Lesotho, South Africa, Namibia and Swaziland were involved in the training and lecture sessions that extended over a period of one week.

During his stay in Gaborone Giovanni met with high-ranking sports officials of Botswana. 

Giovanni reported back to WDSF by providing an in-depth analysis of the state of DanceSport's development in each of the participating countries.

DanceSport in Southern Africa | Report by Giovanni Chiapperini

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