Let's Boogie! 13/09/2013

Rasmus and Tove Holmquist © RolandRasmus and Tove Holmquist, a Boogie-Woogie couple from Sweden, were among the first athletes to arrive in Kaohsiung. Even if they don't compete until Thursday, the two plan to take in the unique atmosphere that surrounds the World DanceSport Games over the coming days.

Virtually upon arrival they put in an appearance on Formosa TV, the official channel for the World DanceSport Games, together with a Latin couple from Denmark and WDSF President Carlos Freitag.

And following that, they showed off some Boogie-Woogie for the WDSF Communications team. 

Heidi Goetz interviewed the couple that came in fifth at the recent Boogie-Woogie World Championship in Stuttgart, GER, about their expectations for the World DanceSport Games 2013 Kaohsiung.



-BI_DgjDwyk|Holmqvist - Holmqvist, SWE | Pre-WDSG 2013 ITV

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