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Live From Vienna: Entries 19/11/2010

Live from Vienna

Up to now, 19 November, 37 nations have fielded a team in this year's IDSF World Ten Dance. An official starting list will be available from the "Live from Vienna" blog tomorrow at the start of round one. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go to http://idsfworldtendance.wordpress.com

Preliminary Entries

Justin Sharrock – Amy Westbrook    AUS
Vladimir Slon – Bianka Zubrowska    AUT
Azar Ashrafov – Olga Tovstasheva    AZE
Davy Maex – Bianca Jakers    BEL
Artsiom Kazyra – Anastasia Veslova    BLR
Stanimir Stoyanov – Polina Kimova    BUL
Anton Belyayev – Antoaneta Popova    CAN
Istvan Varga – Gabriela Pilic    CRO
Martin Dvorak – Zuzana Silhanova    CZE
Bjoern Bitsch – Ashli Williamson    DEN
Adrian Esperon – Patricia Martinez    ESP
Andres Liiv – Kristin Vaha    EST
Jaak Vainomaa – Taina Savikurki    FIN
Steeve Gaudet – Laure Colmard    FRA
Valentin Lusin – Renata Busheeva    GER
Csaba Laszlo – Anna Mikes    HUN
Stanislav Wakeham – Laura Nolan    IRL
Sigurdur Mar Atlason – Sara Ros Jakobsdottir    ISL
Igal Ginzburg – Sonia Savostianov    ISR
Marco Cuocci – Nadiya Dyatlova    ITA
Yumiya Kubota – Rara Kubota    JPN
Petr Matlashov – Darya Lyakhmanova    KAZ
Matiss Grasmanis – Jelena Tarana    LAT
Valerijus Osadcenko – Olga Osadcenko    LTU
Frank Zegels – Danique Zegels    NED
Jorgen Nilsen – Hanne-Marie Akselsen    NOR
Pedro Borralho – Tatiana Santos    POR
Piotr Purchala – Marika Ostrowska    POL
Ramon Zedan – Catalina Filip    ROM
Timur Imametdinov – Ekaterina Nikolaeva    RUS
Miha Vodicar – Nadiya Bychkova    SLO
Ivan Knezevic – Milena Zogovic    SRB
Tomas Uvacek – Martina Reiterova    SVK
Yvo Eussen – Elisabeth Novotny    SWE
Adam Lu – Angela Yang    TPE
Volodymyr Lyatov – Veronika Myshko    UKR
Pasha Pashkov – Daniella Karagach    USA