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  • Youth DanceSport In South Africa 

    The participation of youth in South African DanceSport has been high for quite some time already. The neww initiative "Dance Sport School League" with its focus on the street dances should only contribute to further growth among youth .

    29/05/2017 read more ...
  • Breaking With The Himalayas

    We're close to the end of the first of three months assigned to this stage of "Breaking for Gold," the digital qualifying for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games. Two b-boys have entered from Bhutan. How about the other countries?

    27/05/2017 read more ...
  • 2017 European Standard

    The Vimeo on Demand programme covering the semi-final and final of the 2017 European DanceSport Championship Standard has been released. A look back at the event that was danced on 19 May in Olomouc, CZE. US$ 3.75!

    26/05/2017 read more ...
  • From The Land Of The Thunder Dragon

    We got our first submission to "Breaking for Gold" from the Himalayan country of Bhutan. B-Boy D-soul tells us, there will be quite a few more coming. Breaking is getting very popular in the "Land of the Thunder Dragon," he says.

    26/05/2017 read more ...
  • 500 Days To Go

    On 24 May 2017, the countdown to the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games passed the mark of minus 500 days. Interviews with the key people behind the organisation of the 2018 YOG confirm: preparations are on track.

    26/05/2017 read more ...
  • Breaking at the Camp

    The Friendship Camp, which is organised by the WDSF Athletes' Commission in the Netherlands this July, is all about dance! Virtually any dance! The line-up of teachers and lecturers will also include a name for Hip Hop and Breaking. 

    25/05/2017 read more ...
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Live from Aarhus: 8,000 for 48 Hours 30/11/2009

IDSF Even though the IDSF communications team tried to take your feedback into consideration and uploaded decidedly more videos this time, the number of visitors to the blog on the 2009 World Standard in Aarhus, DEN, was 33% below that of the "Live from Maribor" blog. Only 8,000 unique visitors for the 48 hours! Not bad - but there's much room for improvement still. 

In the future, if IDSF is to continue with the "Live from ..." blogs, the emphasis will continue to be on the YouTube channel, and syndication to facebook will also be built in better.

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