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Live stream from PD World Championship Ten Dance 02/11/2018

PD World Ten Dance Champions 2017 © Helmut Roland

Tomorrow, on Saturday 3rd, in Vila Nova de Famalicao in Portugal 19 Professional Division Ten Dance couples will come together and compete for the World Championship title.

Reigning champions Bjorn Bitsch and Ashli Williamson from Denmark will be defending their title against many of the semifinalists in 2017. There are also some newcomers in Professional Division, which might make the Saturday evening quite interesting!

The first round will begin with Standard at 17:00 local time, which is 18:00 CET. The final round is estimated to begin at 22:10 local time (23:10 CET) with Standard, and the prize presentation is scheduled at 23:30 local time (00:30 CET).

We can all enjoy this live stream here!