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WDSF World Open (new series) in Tallinn and WDSF Sports Series Games Qualifiers in Singapore 28/08/2019

Qiu Yuming - Wei Liying (CHN) | © Roland

Fairmont Hotel in Singapore was filled with glamour and sparkles as the first edition of the WDSF Sports Series Games Qualifiers (Asia) took place on Saturday. The first winners of the Series were Yan Bangbang – Du Yujun (CHN) in Latin and Qiu Yuming – Wei Liying (CHN) in Standard.

The new WDSF South East Asian Champions were also crowned on Saturday and the titles were awarded to Sean Aranar - Ana Nualla (PHI) in Standard and Minh Truong - Nguyen Doan (VIE) in Latin.

In Tallinn, Estonia, the WDSF World Open (new series) Standard winners were the reigning Ten Dance European Champions, Daniil Ulanov – Kateryna Isakovych (CYP). Home crowd favourites, Ergo Lukk – Baile Paris (EST) ranked second and Alessio Disca – Luisa Celeste Cardillo (ITA) third.

The WDSF World Open (new series) Latin winners were Giacomo Lazzarini – Michelle Nazarenus (BIH), who continued their an amazing year being at top 2 in all their competitions so far. Stefan Grigore – Laura Filipescu (ROU) ranked second and Marek Bures – Anastasiia Iermolenko (CZE) third.

WDSF events will continue during the upcoming weekend in Bangkok, Thailand. Highlights of the three-day event will be the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Latin and WDSF PD World Open Standard on Sunday, WDSF World Open Standard on Friday and WDSF World Open Latin on Saturday.