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2019 WDSF PD World Championship Show Dance Standard and Show Dance Latin 01/11/2019

The 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Show Dance Standard with 12 couples on the starting list will take place in Dresden (GER) on Saturday. At the same time, the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Show Dance Latin with 9 couples on the starting list will take place in Usti nad Labem (CZE).

Many innovative choreographies with storytelling through dance and music, and outfits which support the themes of the performances are expected to be seen on Saturday. Emotions inside the stories will vary from happiness to sadness, from hope to despair, and everything in between. The professionals use their experience to bring the stories alive with movement and interpretation of music.

While the couples of the Professional Division represent experience, the third World Championship event, the 2019 WDSF World Championship Junior II Ten Dance represents the young diamonds in the rough. The couples aged 14-15 years old still have a long way to go, and many hours to spend at practice rooms until they reach the same level in technique and expression. A true test of their skills for the 35 nominated couples will take place in Sibiu (ROU) on Saturday.

In addition to the World title events, there are two WDSF World Open New Series events in Zagreb (CRO) and Novo Mesto (SLO), and WDSF Open events in Bologna (ITA), Dnipro (UKR), Krasnogorsk (RUS), Riga (LAT) and St. Petersburg (RUS), making it a fabulous start for November 2019!

And, like always, we will keep an eye on the possible live streams, and add the links here, if we get some confirmed information of the links from the organizers.

Live from Sibiu (ROU):


Live from Usti nad Labem (CZE):