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PD European Cup in Bad Pyrmont, GER 30/06/2013

Pyrmont Castle

18 couples competed in the 2013 WDSF PD European Cup Latin in Bad Pyrmont, a spa resort in Germany.

What made this competition particularly attractive and exclusive was the fact that it was staged outdoors - and in a genuine castle.

Even if the temperatures were somewhat lower than expected, spectators and dancers had themselves a ball. WDSF Communications team member Helmut Roland was there. Videos and photos soon!


1

Martino Zanibellato - Michelle Abildtrup

Denmark

2

Artur Akautdinov - Elena Pashkova

Russia

3

Sergey Tatarenko - Viktoria Tatarenko

Germany

4

Saverio Loria - Zeudi Zanetti

Italy

5

Daniele Sargenti - Uliana Fomenko

Italy

6

Marco Zingarelli - Ilaria Campana

Luxemburg