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From Antwerp, BEL 11/02/2017

Pierre Payen - Isabelle Reyjal, FRA © dance-mag.com The first WDSF World DanceSport Championship of 2016 is history. It was danced on Friday 10 February in Antwerp, BEL. The number of entries: 174 couples representing 21 countries and four continents between them! 

The new World Champions in Senior II Standard are Pierre Payen - Isabelle Reyjal, FRA, who switched their third place on the podium last year with Alberto Belometti - Barbara Pini, ITA, the 2016 Champions in Antalya, TUR. The Italians were second runners up in Antwerp; first runners-up this year were Gert Faustmann - Alexandra Kley, GER.

Dancing continues in Antwerp on Saturday and Sunday with two World Opens and other competitions. Follow the live results on the homepage! Go to the results of the 2016 World SEN II STD.