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  • Next Stop: 2017 Wroclaw

    On the day the International World Games Association announces that IOC President Bach will attend the 2017 Wroclaw Opening Ceremony, the WDSF Sports Commission is at work to ensure that DanceSport will shine again in The World Games.

    24/01/2017 read more ...
  • Chairman of the Sports Commission

    Michael Eichert is voted unanimously to the position of Chairman of the  Sports Commission by the WDSF Presidium. After serving as a member of the commission for a decade already, he assumes his new role well prepared.

    22/01/2017 read more ...
  • New WDSF Sports Director

    Tommy Shaughnessy is elected to the position of Sports Director by his colleagues on the WDSF Presidium. He will perform the duties as an employee of DanceSport's world governing body. The elected position remains vacant until the 2017 AGM.

    22/01/2017 read more ...
  • Marco Sietas: Resignation

    The resignation of Marco Sietas, who had held the positions of Sports Director, Chairman of the Sports and of the Membership Commissions, among others, over the past years, of all of his offices with WDSF is accepted by the Presidium.

    22/01/2017 read more ...
  • Europe Meets World

    The President and Vice-President of DanceSport Europe, Luis VaƱo and Heidi Estler, respectively, present their continental organisation together with a concept to fund its operations to the members of the WDSF Presidium in Barcelona.

    22/01/2017 read more ...
  • Giving It Another Spin

    The IOC Communications Department publishes another article on DanceSport in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games: five things you need to know about the B-Boying and B-Girling taking the stage in Argentina in October of next year.

    21/01/2017 read more ...
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WDSF on facebook 19/03/2014

facebook When WDSF ventured into the social media a few years ago, it did so with much conviction that this would eventually help to bring about closer ties to the participants and fans in DanceSport.

The first and for quite some time only social media platform where WDSF made its presence felt was YouTube. There the dialogue between WDSF and DanceSport enthusiasts was fluent from the outset - in the particular form of videos posted and reactions/comments received.

With facebook it took WDSF a little longer to find the appropriate tone, but the fact that it was able to surpass 25,000 fans on its primary page yesterday should be a good indication that it finally did.

WDSF wishes to thank the followers on facebook for turning their thumbs up so many times, and for voicing their opinons and sharing their views with respect for the others. Thank you!