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  • Interview With Simone And Annette

    It is part of our 2016 GrandSlam Standard Stuttgart package that is available for rental through our Vimeo and Demand service (US$ 3.75 for a 90-day rental period), but there it is available to everyone on a free-to-view baisis: a pre-event interview with the winners.

    26/08/2016 read more ...
  • 2016 GrandSlam STD Stuttgart on Vimeo

    We just released the two hours and thirty-two minutes that between them make up our comprehensive and high-quality coverage on the decisive stages of the 2016 GrandSlam Standard Stuttgart. They are all available through Vimeo on Demand: US$ 3.75 for a 90-day streaming period.

    25/08/2016 read more ...
  • Friday 26 August

    The post-production on the different elements making up the nearly three hours of video-on-demand coverage on the 2016 GrandSlam Standard Stuttgart will be completed today. They will all be released between today and tomorrow, 26 August!

    25/08/2016 read more ...
  • Exposure In The USA

    A six-part televsion series that WDSF produced on the 2015 GrandSlam will air on public broadcasting stations throughout the USA starting from 6 September. The joint venture between American Public Televsion, USA Dance and WDSF secures exposure for the WDSF brand DanceSport.

    24/08/2016 read more ...
  • Rock 'n' Roll's World Conquest 

    The World Rock 'n' Roll Confederation, an Associate Member of WDSF, reports visually on the drive to increase worldwide participation in its disciplines. It presents spectacular results on the Acrobatic Rock 'n' Roll Expansion Project in countries on all five continents.  

    23/08/2016 read more ...
  • 2017 GrandSlam Helsinki Dates

    WDSF Sports Director Marco Sietas circulated a message to all National Member Bodies today, advising them that the dates for the first leg of the 2017 GrandSlam Series in Helsinki have been changed to 18 and 19 March.

    23/08/2016 read more ...
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New DTV President 23/06/2014

Heidi Estler After ten years in office, Franz Allert chose not to stand for reelection to another term as President of the German DanceSport Federation - DTV, by far the largest national organisation in the membership of the World DanceSport Federation.

The delegates to the DTV General Meeting that was held on 21 June recognised the tenure and the achievements of the outgoing President with a standing ovation. They then proceeded to elect Heidi Estler, who had served as a Vice-President under Allert, as his successor. Heidi is the first woman ever to hold this position.

The meeting also elected the following members of the DTV Presidium:

Thomas Wehling, Vice-President; Dr. Tim Rausche, Vice-President; Karl-Peter Befort, Treasurer; Michael Eichert, Sports Director; Birgit von Daake, Education Director; Daniel Reichling, Press Officer; Sandra Bähr, Youth Director; Falk Scheibe-In der Stroth, Dr. Ulrike Weber