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  • World Open (New Series)

    The WDSF Presidium has approved a set of new conditions for the application and conduct of the WDSF World Open Series.

    24/04/2019 read more ...
  • Fruitful discussions in Singapore

    Mr Ser Miang Ng, Executive Board Member of the IOC and Mr Shawn Tay, President of WDSF meet in Singapore on 18th April, 2019.

    23/04/2019 read more ...
  • New World and European Champions crowned

    There were new couples on the highest step of the podium at the World Championship Senior 1 Standard and the European Championship Youth Latin. The gold medals went to couples from the Russian Federation and Moldova.

    22/04/2019 read more ...
  • Championships in Berlin and in Chisinau

    The busy competition calendar shows it is time for the second World Championship event and the first European Championship event of the year. And, there's more!

    17/04/2019 read more ...
  • How did the weekend go?

    Here are some statistics of the WDSF competitions which took place last weekend. Some numbers are missing, so we can say that the numbers in reality are a little bit higher at some disciplines or age groups. The numbers have been collected from the WDSF result lists between 12th to 14th of April, 2019.

    15/04/2019 read more ...
  • Eleven locations, thousands of dancers

    Dance floors will be crowded this weekend as there are WDSF events in eleven locations in Europe and in the US. There are literally thousands of dancers under the spotlight during the three days, showing their best performances to the fans, families and friends, and doing their best to secure their spot on the podium.

    11/04/2019 read more ...

Full weekend of Standard and Latin, and Rock’n’Roll 04/04/2019

Live stream

Our associate member, WRRC, hosts a Rock’n’Roll Championship event in Cracow, Poland. We have already published a separate article of it, and we have also added the links to the live streams for both days. We wish all the best to our friends in Poland!

In Standard and Latin there are events around Europe.

Moscow (RUS) hosts a WDSF World Open event at Sport Palace Megasport. 63 couples have registered for the World Open Latin, which will begin at 15:00 local time (14:00 CET) on Saturday. 81 couples have registered for the World Open Standard, which will have the first round at 13:30 local time (12:30 CET) on Sunday. The total number of couples for the weekend is close to 600. Watch the live stream from Moscow below.

Ostrava (CZE) hosts WDSF International Open and WDSF Open events on Sunday at Trojhali Karolina. The organiser informed us that it’s a new competition and there are overwhelming number of 400 entries for the day. They feel happy about it and they are hoping everything will go according to plans. 85 couples are on the starting list for the International Open Latin and 72 couples for the International Open Standard. The Standard competition is expected to start at 11:00 CET and the Latin competition will take place at 18:30 CET. Unfortunately there are some difficulties regarding the live stream from Ostrava and we will not be able to watch the events live.

Vagos (POR) hosts WDSF International Open Latin and WDSF Open events this weekend at Pavilhao Desportivo Do Colegio De Calvao. The organiser informed us that one of the Portuguese television channels promoted the event on Thursday. 32 couples have registered for the International Open Latin competition on Saturday, and the first round is expected to start at 17:30 local time (18:30 CET). On Sunday, the WDSF Open competitions start at 16:30 local time (17:30 CET) with WDSF Open Rising Stars Latin. Watch the live stream from Vagos below. 

In addition to these three events, La Louviere (BEL) hosts WDSF Open competitions on Youth Latin, Senior 3 Standard and Senior 4 Standard on Sunday at Hall Omnisport de Bouvy.

All the best for the couples and the organisers for the weekend!

Live stream from Moscow (RUS)

Live stream from Vagos (POR), Day 2, Sunday: