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    Benedetto Ferruggia and Claudia Koehler as well as Michael and Beate Lindner, both couples representing Germany, received the WDSF Outstanding Athletes Award from the hands of First Vice-President for Sports Shawn Tay.

    20/08/2018 read more ...
  • On Fire | 2018 PD Super GP LAT On Live

    The WDSF PD Super GrandPrix Stuttgart will be covered with a multi-camera production for the first time since 2014. And this time the decisive rounds will be LIVE! A new generation of pros will burn the floor of the Beethoven Hall

    04/08/2018 read more ...
  • FIBA 3x3 World Tour: Prague Stop

    There will be more breaks in the 3x3 basketball action in Prague, CZE, when the FIBA World Tour stops there on 4 August. Eight b-boys from five European countries do their battling between the games of day one. Watch it live!

    04/08/2018 read more ...
  • Vimeo On Demand | GS LAT Rimini

    The 90-minute Vimeo on Demand programme showing you all the action of the 2018 GrandSlam Latin semi-final and final is available. Add to this another 53 minutes on the quarterfinal as a bonus feature and you get youself a bargain.

    30/07/2018 read more ...
  • Ciao And Tschuess!

    Benedetto Ferruggia and Claudia Koehler, the reigning World Champions in the PD Standard, announce their retirement from competition after a show on 25 July in Caorle. We hope to meet them at the GOC to talk more!

    29/07/2018 read more ...
  • Breaking At The FIBA 3x3 Utsunomyia Masters

    The Japanese B-Boy Gen Roc was declared winner of the International 1 vs 1 Battle staged by WDSF concurrently with the day-one street basketball action of the Utsunomyia Masters, the second stop of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2018.

    28/07/2018 read more ...

David Corfield | RIP 11/06/2018

David Corfield

WDSF Presidium members Peter Maxwell and Jim Fraser informed their colleagues of the passing of David Corfield, 81, in a road accident that occurred in Hartley Wintney, England, on 4 June 2018.

Peter wrote in the message to his fellow Presidium members: David was instrumental in helping me create DanceSport England, DSE, after the previous organisation decided to stay with the WDC body. Despite pressure and criticism from the establishment, David's enthusiasm for DSE and for WDSF never wavered.

David and his wife Mary generously hosted the DSE General Meetings at their lovely country home, accommodating and catering the delegates in great style.

David was, above anything else, a great dance lover. Although retired from competition for the past few years, he and Mary never stopped taking lessons.

WDSF President Lukas Hinder immediately joined DSE and Peter Maxwell in extending his condolences and those of the international DanceSport community to Mary Corfield. Davids friends from around the world, the delegates to the upcoming General Meeting of WDSF, will remember him on 17 June in Lausanne, SUI.