Incheon: Ready! 26/04/2013

Timur Imametdinov - Ekaterina Nikolaeva, RUS

Incheon hosted the 10th Korean National DanceSport Championships and the WDSF World Open Standard and Latin on 20 - 21 April

The competitions were held at the Incheon Samsan World Gymnasium as test events for the 2013 Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) that will open in Incheon on 29 June.  The national championships served as the selection event for the 2013 Korean national team in the AIMAG.

700 Korean competitors and 200 international competitors from 24 countries participated in the national championships and the World Opens, respectively. Find the World Open results here! And the visual summary below!

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