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  • The last events in February

    This weekend our focus is on Portugal, Russia, and two locations in France. Boogie Woogie World Cup in Valbonne, World Open Latin in Lisbon, and International Opens in Lyon and Moscow Region are the last events of February, the last European winter month.

    22/02/2019 read more ...
  • Paris 2024 Proposes Breaking for Olympic Games

    It will now be up to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to decide whether to include the DanceSport on the programme for the 2024 Summer Games.

    21/02/2019 read more ...
  • Breaking Boom in Russia

    Almost two years have gone since Breaking was recognized by the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation as a sport discipline of DanceSport. It was a turning point.

    18/02/2019 read more ...
  • Review to the weekend

    A short review to the last weekend confirms how Standard and Latin are going strong in all over Europe. Successful international events with hundreds of couples brought light and shimmer to the venues in Lithuania, Austria, Italy, Malta and Russia.

    18/02/2019 read more ...
  • Weekend of International Opens

    Four WDSF International Open events attract couples to Kedainiai (LTU), Vosendorf (AUT), Prato (ITA) and Malta this weekend.

    16/02/2019 read more ...
  • Code of Conduct - Social Media

    The WDSF Sports Commission has informed NMBs, Adjudicators and Chairpersons of the inclusion of Social Media Regulations to the Adjudicator's Code of Conduct.

    15/02/2019 read more ...

2018 World Cup Latin Champions 09/09/2018

Umberto Gaudino - Louise Heise, DEN © Roland Umberto Gaudino and Louise Heise, DEN, obtained their best result of the year, maybe even of their career, by taking first in the 2018 World Cup Latin danced in Chengdu, CHN. They had struggled with making finals in major competition ever since the GrandSlam Helsinki in March, but the one on 9 September they made rather convincingly and went on to win it by a "landslide" of aslmost five points.

Runners-up were Konstantin Gorodilov - Dominika Bergmannova, EST, and Anton Aldaev - Natalia Polukhina, RUS. The two couples were separated by two decimal points in second and in third place - in the above order.

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geMNL4lJdIw|2018 World Cup Chengdu | The Opening