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WDSF Open Ten Dance 25/02/2012

Saxonian Classics: Ope Ten Dance © Roland

The third edition of the Saxonian Classics take place in Coswig in Germany.

WDSF Communications team member Helmut Roland travelled to the city near Dresden to accompany his wife - who is dancing Standard in Senior IV (an exclusively German age group nicknamed the "Strong 66") - and to try out his brand new video camera.

Helmut just forwarded the first batch of photographs taken of couples competing in the WDSF Open Ten Dance to us. We duly added them to the Gallery and show a few right here.

Saxonian Classics: Open Ten Dance © Roland Saxonian Classics: Open Ten Dance © Roland Saxonian Classics: Open Ten Dance © Roland