Standard Showdown in Shanghai 15/02/2014

2013 GrandSlam Final StandardTo gear up for this year's GrandSlam action coming at you from Tallinn, EST, watch the 2013 GrandSlam Standard Finalissima from Shanghai, CHN!

Below is the 52-minute television highlight covering the 2013 WDSF GrandSlam Standard Final that was held on 15 December at the Oriental Sports Centre. This programme was produced by the Chinese DanceSport Federation and WDSF Communications.

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Finalists

Simone Segatori - Annette Sudol, GER
Nikolay Darin - Natalia Seredina, MDA
Emanuel Valeri - Tania Kehlet, DEN
Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova, RUS
Bjorn Bitsch - Ashli Williamson, DEN
Sergei Konovaltsev - Olga Konovaltseva, RUS



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