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Last weekend in short 18/02/2019

Kedainiai 2019

Lithuania celebrated the Independence Day and Kediainiai hosted the International Open Latin. More than 700 participants were there to amaze us all, including all those Juveniles and Juniors who took part in the DSE European Children GrandPrix. Jokubas Venckus – Migle Klupsaite from Lithuania won the International Open Latin.

In Prato, Italy, both International Open Latin and Standard attracted more than one hundred couples each to the starting list. There were some familiar names on top of the podium as Edgar Marcos Borjas – Alina Nowak (POL) in Latin and Francesco Galuppo – Debora Pacini (ITA) in Standard earned their spots on the highest podium after six-round competitions.

About 40 couples participated both International Open Latin and Standard in Malta on Saturday. A beautiful island resort turned out to become even more beautiful as the talented couples brightened the day with their performances. The finalists of both International Open Standard and Latin represented five different countries. Miculescu Ionut Alexandru – Pacurar Andra (ROU) took home the gold medal in the International Open Latin and Igor Kruglov – Ekaterina Kazmirchuk (RUS) won Standard.

Under a glass pyramid in Vosendorf, Austria, there were five-round International Opens in both Latin and Standard. To the joy of the home crowd Vasily Kirin – Ekaterina Prozorova (AUT) won the Standard competition. Ivan Korotchenko – Julia Skorovarova (RUS) were ranked first in Latin.

In addition to these International Open events, Novosibirsk, Russia, hosted WDSF Open events in Adult and Youth giving the couples nearby a chance to compete in an international event. These three to five round competitions in front of an international Adjudicator panel are valuable to couples for gaining experience and gathering some points to the World Ranking List, and to prepare for the bigger events.