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Championing the next generation: a spectacular showcase of young talent at the 2024 WDSF World Championship Standard Under 21 05/05/2024


2024 WDSF World Championship Standard Under 21 The bustling city of Wuhan (CHN) played host to the prestigious 2024 WDSF World Championship Standard Under 21, showcasing the remarkable talent and passion of young dancers from around the globe. With 51 couples representing a total of 19 different nationalities, the competition showcased an exhilarating display of skill and artistry.

From the moment the first notes of music filled the air, the audience knew they were in for a treat as each couple brought their unique style to the dancefloor, captivating spectators with their precision and grace. The energy in the venue was electric as the young dancers poured their hearts into their performances, vying for top honours in this prestigious championship, intensifying as the competition progressed towards crowning the World Champion.

In the end, it was Butnaru Luca Teodor and Bidica Julia Denisa from Romania who emerged victorious, delivering a flawless performance that captured the hearts of both the judges and the audience. Their impeccable technique and chemistry on the dancefloor set them apart from the competition, earning them the top spot on the podium. Notably, Luca Teodor and Bidica Julia Denisa had recently clinched the European Championship Standard Under 21 title in Cambrils (ESP) at the end of March, further solidifying their status as a promising couple for the future.

Butnaru and Bidica were closely followed by their compatriots, Clit Serban Constantin and Aurora Gioncada, who secured the silver medals with their captivating routine. Maxim Zhilenkov and Alua Kargabaeva from Kazakhstan rounded out the podium, showcasing their talent and skill with a performance that left a lasting impression.

As the final notes faded away and the applause subsided, the young dancers stood proud, knowing that they had given their all and left everything on the dancefloor. The 2024 WDSF World Championship Standard Under 21 was truly a spectacle to behold, highlighting the bright future of DanceSport and the incredible talent of the next generation of dancers. Additionally, past weekend in Wuhan also saw the exhilarating WDSF World Open (new series) Latin Adult, where Yan Bangbang and Du Yujun claimed the gold, and the WDSF World Open (new series) Standard Adult, where Tomas Fainsil and Violetta Fainsil emerged victorious. Don't miss out on the after movie capturing the essence of this fantastic event.

-3PODEBxN5Y|2024 WDSF World Championship Standard Under 21 Aftermovie | Wuhan (CHN)

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