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Vera Tyumen, RUS | 2013 World Champions 28/09/2013

Tyumen, RUS - 28 September © Roland The home team takes the gold at the 2013 WDSF World DanceSport Championship Formation Standard in Tyumen, RUS. In the end, the result of the final was tight between the new and the old world champions, with four 1s going to Vera Tyumen and only three to TSC Braunschweig. Second runner-up was the other German formation TC Ludwigsburg.

The old formation axiom that the home team always wins is thus confirmed once more. 

1. Vera Tyumen, RUS  1221131

2. Braunschweiger TSC, GER 2112212

3. TC Ludwigsburg, GER 3333323

4. Univers Minsk, BLR 5454444

5. Step in Time, NED 6645556

6. Olympia, RUS 4566665

The performances of all nine formations will get uploaded to the "Live from Tyumen, RUS" blog over the next few hours. Check here!