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  • Go And Get It!

    It is a 150-minute highlights programme on the 2017 World Ten Dance held two weeks ago in Marseille, FRA. It shows you two semi-finals, two finals and background on some of the dancers for US$ 3.75 (3-month streaming).

    23/10/2017 read more ...
  • The Twenty B-Boys

    The 20 places for the next and final stage of YOG qualifying, the 2018 WDSF World Youth Breaking Championship in Kawasaki, JPN, have been allocated, five nations (BEL, FRA, ITA, NED, RUS) a maximum contingent of three b-boys

    22/10/2017 read more ...
  • The Kawasaki Tickets

    Imagine the screening that the five BREAKING for GOLD judges had to do in order to reduce the 178 entries to 30 who have  qualified for Stage Three.

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  • Russian Dominance

    This second Continental Qualifier for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games saw Russian breakers about as dominant as some of their fellow countrymen in other DanceSport disciplines: 2 first places and 5 Tokyo-bound

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  • Follow It! 

    The YOG Qualifier for Africa and Europe is in progress at the Grugahalle in Essen, GER. The field of entries has thinned out after the Preselection Phase. We are down to 16 b-girls and 32 b-boys battling on in the Round Robin Phase.

    22/10/2017 read more ...
  • The Battling Has Started

    The WDSF Continental Qualifier for Africa and Europe is underway at the Grugahalle in Essen, GER. 132 b-boys and 46 b-girls representing 34 different nations will start out in the first phase of the competition, the Preselection. 

    22/10/2017 read more ...
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Economically Sound 23/04/2014

Cambrils, ESP - 19 April © Elia and Laura Cambrils is at the heart of one of the most touristic areas in all of Spain. Together with Taragona, Salou and other resort towns it provides the infrastructure to the stretch of Mediterranean coastline that is known as the Costa Daurada.

It is generally with the Easter weekend that tourism shifts into higher gear and starts to assume the role of economic motor for the entire area.

In the past, it was above all a Spanish clientele that filled hotels and generated revenues in early spring. However, with the downturn of the Spanish economy, that clientele started to stay away. Enter the dancers ...

The regional newspaper Diari de Tarragona headlined "DanceSport Fills Hotels and Campings Over Easter." The article goes on to explain that between participants and spectators, DO World DanceSport (which included two European Championships this year) brought approximately 8,000 visitors to Cambrils, made for 30% of the entire hotel occupancy, and had an overall impact of roughly 1 million Euros on the local economy.