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Celebrating the Success of the World Disco Dance Championship in Bruges 15/11/2023

World Disco Dance Championship 2023 The World DanceSport Federation, is proud to celebrate the success of the 2023 WDSF World Championships in Disco Dance Discipline held in the historic and picturesque city of Bruges, Belgium on November 4, 2023. This prestigious event, showcasing a dazzling array of talent and passion, welcomed an impressive overall participation of 361 dancers from four different countries, turning the charming streets of Bruges into a dynamic hub of DanceSport.

The championship was graced with exceptional performances across eight categories, demonstrating the diverse and vibrant nature of Disco Dance. The WDSF is thrilled to announce the winners in each category, whose dedication and artistry have set new standards in the world of DanceSport:

Solo Disco Junior: The final was a display of junior exuberance, where Szatmári Kitti emerged victorious, enchanting the audience with her energetic performance.

Duo Disco Adult: In a captivating showcase of synergy and coordination, Amelia Borkowska & Klik Rafał clinched the title, demonstrating impeccable teamwork and creativity.

Duo Disco Junior: The duo of Gajewska Martyna & Battke Karolina triumphed, displaying remarkable talent and synchronization beyond their years.

Duo Disco Youth: The category saw a stunning performance by Nuyts Kyara & Scheirs Katinka, who won the hearts of both the audience and the judges with their dynamic routine.

Solo Disco Adult: In a fiercely contested category, Amelia Borkowska stood out with her exceptional solo performance, securing her second win in the championship.

Solo Disco Youth: The young and talented Heylen Mila showcased her skill and passion, earning the top spot with a performance full of grace and energy.

Small Group Disco Adult: The group 'Unbeatable' lived up to their name, delivering a powerful and coordinated performance that captivated everyone present.

Small Group Disco Junior: 'Next Level' demonstrated extraordinary teamwork and creativity, securing their win with a performance that was both innovative and technically brilliant.

World Disco Dance Championship 2023 The WDSF takes this opportunity to extend its heartfelt congratulations to all the winners and participants for their outstanding performances. Their dedication to DanceSport is a source of inspiration and pride for the entire DanceSport community.

Additionally, the WDSF expresses its profound gratitude to the Belgian DanceSport Federation for the organization of the event. The seamless execution and warm hospitality offered by the Belgian team contributed significantly to the championship's success.

The city of Bruges, with its beautiful canals, historic architecture, and vibrant culture, provided an enchanting backdrop for the championship. The beauty and charm of Bruges added an extra layer of magic to the event, making it a memorable experience for participants and spectators alike.

The WDSF also acknowledges the significant attention the championships received in the Belgian media. This coverage not only highlights the growing popularity of DanceSport but also underlines its cultural and artistic significance on the global stage.

World Disco Dance Championship 2023 As we look to the future, the WDSF is committed to continuing its mission to promote and celebrate DanceSport across the world. We invite everyone to stay connected for more updates and upcoming events that promise to bring together the best of DanceSport.

In conclusion, the 2023 WDSF World Disco Dance Championships in Bruges was not just a Title Event; it was a celebration of talent, passion, and the unifying power of dance. We eagerly anticipate the next gathering of the world's DanceSport community, where we will once again witness the beautiful amalgamation of art, sport, and cultural exchange.

The WDSF President, Shawn Tay said:

The 2023 WDSF World Disco Dance Championships in Bruges was a success, showcasing the incredible talent within our DanceSport community. I am profoundly grateful to the athletes, the Belgian DanceSport Federation, and the city of Bruges for their exemplary contributions. This event not only highlighted the skill and dedication of our dancers but also the unifying spirit of DanceSport.