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  • Highlights of the past weekend

    Last weekend offered many highlights in DanceSport. B-boys and b-girls stole the show in Budapest, and the World Champions returned to the dance floor in Prague.

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  • Victor and Ami crowned

    B-boy Victor from the USA and b-girl Ami from Japan today became the first ever Breaking champions at a World Urban Games (WUG)

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  • Spectacular start at WUG

    The world's 32 best b-boys and b-girls got straight down to business on the first day of the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games (WUG) in Budapest, Hungary, taking place from 13 to 15 September 2019.

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  • More livestreams to enjoy!

    The WUG is one of the four events which we are following this weekend. While top b-boys and b-girls are already preparing for the battles in Budapest, many Standard and Latin couples are preparing in Moscow, Wroclaw and Prague.

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  • The World Urban Games set to begin in Budapest

    Breaking will feature on the programme of the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games. 16 b-girls and 16 b-boys are ready for the WUG action.

    12/09/2019 read more ...
  • World Disco Dance in Belgrade

    Less than a month to go until the 2019 WDSF World Championship Disco Dance and the WDSF Open Disco Dance in Belgrade, Serbia.

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Goffredo-Matus (MDA) Secure Their Fifth World Title 02/09/2019

2019 WDSF PD World Championship Latin Bangkok Final | © Roland

Another impressive win for the hard-working Moldovans, who secured their fifth World title, the second in Professional Division late on Sunday evening in Bangkok. Gabriele Goffredo – Anna Matus (MDA) enjoyed the event, thanked the organisers and convinced that the story continues, as there are already events to look forward to.

The runners-up, Marts Smolko – Tina Bazykina (LAT) had a tight and exciting battle for the silver with Vincenzo Mariniello – Sara Casini (ITA) and Hou Yao – Zhuang Ting (CHN), as the three couples received nearly equal scores throughout the final. In the end, the Italians won the bronze and the Chinese were left outside the podium.

The final result:

1. Gabriele Goffredo – Anna Matus, MDA
2. Marts Smolko – Tina Bazykina, LAT
3. Vincenzo Mariniello – Sara Casini, ITA
4. Hou Yao – Zhuang Ting, CHN
5. Kirill Kolpashchikov - Julia Remizova, RUS
6. Mario Cecinati - Rosaria Messina Denaro, ITA


The WDSF PD World Open Standard ended with Bjorn Bitsch – Ashli Williamson (DEN) taking home the gold medals. Nikolay Darin – Natalia Seredina (MDA) ranked second and Andrey Motyl – Ekaterina Kim (RUS) third.

On Friday evening, Evaldas Sodeika – Ieva Zukauskaite (LTU) started their well-earned short holiday by winning the WDSF World Open Standard. Evgeny Nikitin – Anastasia Miliutina (RUS) ranked second and Tomas Fainsil – Violetta Posmetnaya (GER) third.

On Saturday evening, Timur Imametdinov – Nina Bezzubova (GER) were fine-tuning their new figures for the World Championship, and they won the WDSF World Open Latin. Edgar Marcos Borjas – Alina Nowak (POL) ranked second and Konstantin Gorodilov – Dominika Bergmannova (EST) ranked third.

In Youth age group  double winners were announced as Kosei Sotome – Eika Sotome (JPN) secured a win in both WDSF Youth Open Standard and WDSF Youth Open Latin.