East Asian Games: China and Japan 07/12/2009

China and Japan dominated the DanceSport competitions at the 2009 East Asian Games in Hong Kong. Of the ten gold medals awarded for the individual dances, six went to China, three to Japan, and the Viennese Waltz went to Korea. In the five-dance "combined" event, both golds were won by Japan. More about the DanceSport competition at the East Asian Games can be found on Heidi Götz's blog, click here!

Latin Medallists

 

BIB

NOC

Name

1

10

JPN

Kubota Yumiya / Kubota Rara

2

23

TPE

Peng Yeng-Ming / Chi Hsin- Chi

3

16

KOR

Jung Kwangho / Yeo Songhee

 

Kubota Yumiya / Kubota Rara, JPN, gold medallists in Latin.

Standard Medallists

Rank 

BIB

NOC

Name

1

7

JPN

Ishihara Masayuki / Kubo Ayami

2

15

KOR

Nam Sangwung / Song Yina

3

27

HKG

Yek Tak Chung / Kwong Sin Lee Carol

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