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Welcome To Denmark 18/02/2012

Copenhagen GrandSlam Latin

Danish broadcaster dk4 will produce the semi-final and final of tonight's GrandSlam Latin in Copenhagen. It will very generously provide a live TV signal to the WDSF Communications team on site at the Valby Hallen.

The team will then convert this signal into a live videostream that all of you can follow on the "Live from Copenhagen" blog and on the WDSF YouTube channel DanceSport Total.

The schedule for tonight's live webcast is still subject to some fine-tuning but should not vary by more than +/- 10 minutes.

YouTube Live

Grand Slam Live Schedule

22:15 - 22:35 Semi-Final

23:00 - 24:00 Final

 

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The 100+ couples have arrived at the Valby Hall ... The GrandSlam is about to start.