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    It takes us five days to edit one 90-minute highlight programme of a GrandSlam or Championship. You are asking why that long? Beacuse we put diligence, creativity and heartblood into these productions. They show it ...

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  • A Mixed Gender Sport: Really?

    The World DanceSport Federation takes a long and self-critical look at itself, asking, "If we are a mixed gender sport by default, why doesn't it show when it comes the our panels of adjudicators, our commissions or the Presidium?" 

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  • It's Out!

    The Latin Edition of My Very Best 2016, the compilation of the best dances performed by the best couples last year, is available from our Vimeo on Demand platform. MVB 2016 is a "keeper" -  watch it forever or download!

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  • 2017 Tokyo Open

    This year's edition of the Tokyo Open brought much innovation to the packed Metropolitan Gymnasium in the Japanese capital. A new version of the WDSF Judging System was used for the first time - and B-Boys delighted the public.

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  • MVB 2016 | Latin Edition

    The Latin Edition of My Very Best 2016 will get released next Friday, 17 March, just prior to the GrandSlam Helsinki, when some of the protagonists in this spectacular "best of" compilation will take to the floor for the first time this year.

    11/03/2017 read more ...
  • Breaking News

    The Olympic Channel has taken up on a video news  release that the World DanceSport Federation produced on the recent Battle Pro event in Toulouse, FRA, and has made it into "Breaking Good," featuring B-Boys/Girls of all ages.

    10/03/2017 read more ...
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Live From Ostrava: Feedback 25/06/2010

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Feedback on “Live from Ostrava” is requested! This was the sixth “Live from …” blog which an IDSF Communications team published from a championship venue.

That this form of presenting competition coverage to DanceSport enthusiasts worldwide found acceptance is confirmed by the traffic it is able to generate. 5,000 unique visitors in but a few hours, 10,000 over two days, and several thousands more in the months to come – as is the case for “Live from Ostrava”! Additionally, the IDSF channel on The Sports Hub registers as many as 10,000 views per day through the "nearly real-time" reports.

The next blogs will go up after a summer break: IDSF Grand Slams and World Championships will again be their focus. To improve them  further, IDSF Communications invites you to provide us feedback by taking the polls here!