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  • End of an Era

    After winning the incredible tenth World Championship title in Vila Nova de Famalicao (POR), Bjorn Bitsch - Ashli Williamson (DEN) said farewell to the competition floors on Saturday.

    11/11/2019 read more ...
  • Live streams from Portugal and Hungary

    The upcoming weekend will be highlighted by the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Ten Dance and the 2019 WDSF European Championship Show Dance Standard and Latin, and the last WRRC World Cup Boogie Woogie qualifying event before the 2019 World Cup Final.

    08/11/2019 read more ...
  • PD World Show Dance Latin and Standard

    Shmonin - Shmonina (RUS) and Bitsch - Williamson (DEN) were crowned as the new title holders at the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Show Dance Latin and Standard. Kurbatov - Revel-Muroz (RUS) won the WDSF Junior II Ten Dance World Title.

    04/11/2019 read more ...
  • Three World Championships

    The first days of November will be highlighted with three World Championship events as the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Show Dance Standard and Show Dance Latin, and the 2019 WDSF World Championship Junior II Ten Dance will take place during the weekend.

    01/11/2019 read more ...
  • Two more to go until it's over

    Bjorn Bitsch - Ashli Williamson (DEN) have decided to retire from active competing after the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Ten Dance.

    27/10/2019 read more ...
  • The fifth World title for Dmitry and Olga

    Another page was written to the history books, as Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova (RUS) secured their fifth World title, and the first one in WDSF Professional Division in Leipzig on Saturday.

    21/10/2019 read more ...

2019 WDSF PD World Championship Standard | Leipzig, GER 18/10/2019

2019 WDSF European Championship Youth Standard QF | © Roland

The 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Standard has 44 couples representing 19 countries on the unofficial starting list, including the European Champions crowned just last week, Dmitry Zharkov – Olga Kulikova (RUS), who are pursuing for their fifth World title, the first one as professionals.

Leipzig (GER) hosts the event which has the first round scheduled at 13:30 CET, the quarter final at 20:00 CET, the semifinal at 21:30 CET and the final at 22:30 CET on Saturday. The event will be streamed live on DanceSportTotal:

The 2019 WDSF World Championship Youth Ten Dance has 39 couples on the preliminary starting list, including the reigning World Champions and three-times 2019 European Youth Champions Vladislav Untu – Polina Baryshnikova (MDA) (in photo). The Youth couples will start their journey towards the final at 12:30 CET on Saturday. In addition to the World Championship, WDSF World Open Standard has been scheduled for Saturday and World Open Latin for Sunday. There will live streams from Kyiv (UKR) on both days, see the links below.

Almere (NED) hosts a WDSF World Open event starting already on Friday with WDSF Opens for several age groups. The two WDSF International Open events take place in Prienai (LTU) and Trencin (SVK), and they will both be streamed live (see below). Hanoi (VIE), Taipei City (TPE) and Prague (CZE) will host WDSF Open events during the weekend.

The FDSARR pilot edition of international Breaking competitions - Russian Open Breaking Championships (ROBC) will be held from Friday to Sunday, and the event will also kick-off the ROC week in Moscow. B-boys, B-girls, Teams, Youth, Kids and Juveniles will fill up the Irina A. Viner-Usmanova Gymnastics Palace for the qualification rounds on Saturday and final rounds on Sunday. 

Watch live:

Live from Leipzig (GER):

Live from Kyiv (UKR) Day 1, afternoon session:

Live from Kyiv (UKR) Day 1, evening session, finals:

Live from Kyiv (UKR) Day 2, afternoon session:

Live from Kyiv (UKR) Day 2, evening session, finals:

Live from Prienai (LTU):

Live from Trencin (SVK):