Who's Who at the WDSG 2013 02/09/2013

Adriana Avila, COL © Julian RodriguezThe starting lists for all but one of the disciplines contested during the inaugural edition of the World DanceSport Games in Kaohsiung, TPE, are now online. Taike Dance - which is the host city's homegrown discipline - is the sole exception. The starting lists read like a "Who's Who" for each of the other 13 medal events. Perennial champions, young champions, virtually all couples who have made themselves a name in DanceSport competition will be in Kaohsiung to take a shot at a title that gets awarded for the first time. Check out the starting lists for the WDSG 2013!

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