WDSG 2013 Kaohsiung 11/07/2013

DYD LessonIt is not yet "Stamp Your Feet," but the first foot has been firmly planted. And WDSF President Carlos Freitag and Sports Director Marco Sietas are two men with a mission. Teaching everyone (well, almost) in Kaohsiung the steps to the routine that will get performed flash-mob style during the first World DanceSport Games this September!


High school cheerleading and drill teams, even the Organising Committee staff, get their first lessons.

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Project DYDAside from their public relations efforts, the two WDSF representatives held several meetings with the leaders of the WDSG 2013 Organising Committee to monitor the progress that has been made in the preparations for the games this September.

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