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  • Digitally You

    B-Boy Kicks from Greece is one of the very first dancers who is issued the new WDSF e-Card. It takes the place of the plastic Athlete's ID Card from October 2017, serving the exact same purposes - but digitally through a smartphone. 

    29/09/2017 read more ...
  • Korean Day In Ashgabat

    On the second day of the DanceSport competitions at the 2017 Ashgabat Asian Indoor and Martial Art Games it was Korea that dominated the field, winning three gold medals in the Latin dances. China and Khyrgystan won one each ... 

    28/09/2017 read more ...
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The Blog from the GOC! 14/08/2013

Mirko Gozzoli - Edita Daniute, LTU © Roland Day one of the traditional German Open Championships saw the first hard fought battles take place on the floor of the Beethoven Hall in Stuttgart, GER.

In the final stages of the WDSF PD Super Grand Prix Standard some - including the Chairman - considered that the fighting was almost too rough and tumble ... The reprimands seemed in order and reminded everyone that DanceSport should be noble above all.

If you missed the action last night, you are able relive virtually the entire  Super Grand Prix Standard on the "Live from Stuttgart" blog.

Tomorrow it's the Super Grand Prix Latin that will certainly be marked by the absence of one couple. Zoran Plohl - Tatsiana Lahvinovich, SLO, announced their retirement from competition after a moving show performance last night.

The pan-European and pan-Asian sports network EUROSPORT airs the semi-finals and finals of the two WDSF GrandSlam events in Stuttgart, GER, on 17 August.

The GrandSlam Latin, which will be danced on 16 August, is scheduled as a recording from 19:45 to 20:45 UTC/GMT on Eurosport 2 and Eurosport Asia.

Immediately following the one-hour programme, from 20:45 to 21:45 UTC/GMT, Eurosport 2 and Eurosport Asia will broadcast the GrandSlam Standard from the Beethoven Hall in Stuttgart.

The "Live from Stuttgart" blog remains active through Monday 19 August. Access the blog by clicking here!