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    The next will be a busy weekend too, with World Championships around the world: the World Youth Breaking in Kawasaki, JPN, World U-21 STD in Tbilisi, GEO, World SEN II and III STD in Olomouc, CZE, Boogie Woogie in Moscow, RUS.

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    The Vimeo on Demand programme with extensive coverage on the recent 2018 European Latin in Debrecen, HUN, will become available from Friday 18 May. Pre-order now: 3.75 US$ for a six-month streaming period.

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  • Wow, What A Weekend

    The next few days, from Friday 11 through Sunday 13 May, will be packed with great DanceSport coming your way. Tomorrow it's the pre-screening of another documentary, Saturday the European LAT and Sunday the European Cup STD.

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  • Back On Air In America

    After it successfully did so in 2016, American Public Television distributes the 6-part "World DanceSport GrandSlam Series" to public broadcasting stations across the USA. The first episode was fed on 7 May. There are five more to go! 

    08/05/2018 read more ...
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Go To Finland! 09/03/2017

Timur Imametdinov - Nina Bezzubova, GER © KK Sportsfinder

It is eagerly awaited everywhere: the inaugural leg of the 2017 GrandSlam Series that will pit the strongest couples in Standard (18 April) and Latin (19 April) against each other for the first time this year. All the big names have confirmed that they will dance. The top German Latin couples will fly in from their National Championships on Saturday to make it for the second round on Sunday afternoon.

You can still enter the GrandSlam Helsinki all other events that are held as part of the Finnish Open here.

The Finnish Republic celebrates its 100th anniversary this year: as good a reason as any to make the trip to Helsinki and to enjoy this different nordic country, its people and the dancing at the Messukeskus Exhibition Centre that will again be venue for the Finnish Open and the GoExpo Sports Trade Show.