Bilbao (ESP) and Chisinau (MDA) hosted three WDSF title events in four days.14/10/2019 read more ...
After their successful debut in the Professional Division in August, Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova (RUS) started the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship as the favourites for the title.14/10/2019 read more ...
Another busy weekend ahead as the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship Standard, two WDSF World Championships and the 2019 WDSF European Championship Youth Standard highlight the following four days.11/10/2019 read more ...
An exceptionally full weekend with World title events ended with new World Champions announced on four locations.07/10/2019 read more ...
The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) in its 73rd OCA Executive Board Meeting held in Doha, Qatar on 28th September 2019 unanimously granted official recognition to DanceSport Asia Limited (DSA).05/10/2019 read more ...
The week culminates in four World Championships. The 2019 WDSF World Championship Disco Dance kicks off the weekend on Friday, followed by three more on Saturday.03/10/2019 read more ...
WDSF World Breaking Championship 2019 medalists are here!
Menno (Netherlands) and Issei (Japan) faced each other in the b-boy final. Two strong dancers with many big titles in their pockets, but today Menno was the one who was able to get the trophy home!
Ami (Japan) and Sunny (United States) battled each other in the b-girl final. Well done from both dancers! This time Ami took the win with more arsenal left after the long day.
Congratulations to all the medalists!
1. Ami (Japan)
2. Sunny (United States)
3. Jilou (Germany)
1. Menno (Netherlands)
2. Issei (Japan)
3. Lussy Sky (Ukraine)