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Vimeo on Demand | 2017 GrandSlam Latin Moscow 04/11/2017

2017 GrandSlam Latin Moscow

In the GrandSlam Latin, we had expected that a number of couples would renounce to dance the Moscow leg as they already had their four results required to qualify for the Shanghai Final.

In the end nearly all of them came! Gabriele Goffredo and Anna Matus, MDA, who had four wins to their credit in the 2017 Series, dance in Moscow for the very first time. They knew they have to go up against Armen Tsaturyan and Svetlana Gudyno, RUS, who had won here three consecutive times, if we include last year’s substitute event in Spain too.

True, some of you may have seen the live stream from Moscow alread. But through this Vimeo on Demand programme you get the memorable competition reformatted and enhanced with background pieces as well as interviews.

We have extended the renatl period to six months! Don't miss out! Get it now: 2017 GrandSlam Moscow!


2017 GrandSlam Moscow from World DanceSport Federation