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  • Come And Get It

    The first of the two Vimeo on Demand packages on the 2018 GrandSlam Rimini is available. Don't miss out on well over two hours of great Standard dancing and an in-depth interview with Alexey Glukhov - Anastasia Glazunova.

    21/07/2018 read more ...
  • News From Nagano

    The 2018 World Championship SEN IV Standard was held last weekend in Nagano, JPN. 114 couples danced in it, Japan fielded the most entries and Italy the most finalists. Renato Sibillo - Anna Cartini, ITA, won the title.

    21/07/2018 read more ...
  • Benvenuti A Rimini

    Rimini, ITA, is the uncontested World Capital for DanceSport this weekend. The WDSF 2018 GrandSlam Standard Rimini plus Italian Championships in many other disciplines are contested at six huge pavilions of the local fair.

    14/07/2018 read more ...
  • From Try-Out To GrandSlam Final

    Madis Abel and Aleksandra Galkina, EST, made it in six short years from a first try-out in Tallinn to the first GrandSlam Final in Taipei City, TPE. It was a perfect match from day one, every which way the two dancers looked at it.

    12/07/2018 read more ...
  • The Biggest Show On Earth

    If one takes a step back and analyses the nature and the scope of the Italian Championships held in their eleventh edition between 5 and 15 July at the Rimini Fair, it is - by far - the biggest gathering in dance as sport.

    11/07/2018 read more ...
  • Live From Wuppertal

    The traditional dancecomp in Wuppertal is in progress. A moving moment: the seven-time World Champions Michael and Beate Lindner danced their last competition, won it like many others and announced the end of their career.

    07/07/2018 read more ...
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HKG Breaking by HKDSA 30/11/2017

HKG Breaking © HKDSA A number of WDSF Member Bodies have made efforts to bring the best breakers from their countries to the Continental YOG Qualifiers. Probably none more than the Hong Kong DanceSport Association (HKDSA). A 10-strong HKDSA delegation is currently on its way to Taipei City, TPE. Here they are at the airport in Hong Kong!


Back in July, we reported on the national breaking team competing during the 2017 GrandSlam Hong Kong in front of a sell-out crowd at the QE II Stadium. The HKDSA leadership under Raymond Leung, George Yip and George Kwan had previously reached out to the local Hip Hop community - specifically to Cha Cha Kong, a b-boying legend and educator - to define the formula which was to ensure that Hong Kong's best young  breakers could take a shot at qualifying for the BAYOG. Four months later, five b-boys and five b-girls get the opportunity to pursue their YOG dream by battling in the Continental Qualifier for Asia and Oceania.

Cha Cha Kong considers making it all the way to Buenos Aires next year is a long shot for all of them, but hey, it is a shot worth taking ...

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