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Identification: Yes | Promotion: Too 11/07/2012

Andrey Zaytsev - Anna Kuzminskaya, RUS © Roland

By applying for the Athlete’s ID Card you provide information on your person to WDSF. It is then stored and used by WDSF for the purpose of managing its ever more comprehensive competition system with maximum efficiency.

Only parts of your personal information will be made public on worlddancesport.org.

  • Name
  • Surname
  • Sex
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • National Member Body representation

The above constitute your basic public profile and they are visible to anyone searching our database under All Athletes. Other parts – namely your contact information (e-mail) – will not be published without your specific consent.

Furthermore, you are able to expand on your profile yourself by providing – online – additional information under

As you are aware, WDSF has stepped up efforts to make media coverage on its championships and premier competitions available to the public at large. Whether for a television programme, a live stream on YouTube or an article, the producers of such coverage depend on your active collaboration in making some background on your person and your career in DanceSport available.

As an athlete competing in WDSF competitions you are a public figure in the sense that your name appears in our database together with that of your partner, your results and your World Ranking points. By adding just a little bit of colour and depth, you will make this figure much more compelling for the media and the people who take an interest in DanceSport. Please, fill in at least some of the fields in the Profile section – it should take all of two minutes! The WDSF Communications team appreciates your help in this important matter.

WDSF assures you that your data – to the extent that you provide it – will be dealt with exactly as outlined in the WDSF Privacy Policy and in other documents (i.e. WDSF Athlete’s ID Card application), and that all privacy laws applicable in your country will be respected by WDSF and its National Member Bodies.