Year In Review: World Standard 31/01/2012

Benedetto Ferruggia - Claudia Koehler, GER Two 52-minute TV programmes in the "Best of DanceSport" series on the 2011 WDSF World and European Championships are in the upload queue to make the review of last year complete.

The World Standard in Moscow was a standout in many ways: the suspense and the drama, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat ...  Relive them all right here and on DanceSport Total, the WDSF YouTube channel that has surpassed the mark of 5 million videos viewed at the end of 2011. Thanks for watching!

 

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Still to go up in the near future: Part III of the 2011 World Standard and the 2011 World Ten Dance in Shanghai, CHN! Stay tuned!

 

 

 

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