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Multi-disciplined Weekend in DanceSport 27/06/2019

Sochi live stream

Sochi (RUS) hosts a four-day event, which has already started on Wednesday. The event can truly be called a multi-disciplined event as there are DanceSport competitions within the event with a wide spectrum of dance styles: Standard, Latin, Rock’n’Roll, Boogie Woogie and Breaking.

On Thursday and Friday all the fans of Breaking can enjoy the high-quality competitions as the WDSF World Open Breaking 1vs1 b-boys, WDSF Open Breaking 6vs6, WDSF Youth Open Breaking 1vs1 b-girls and WDSF Youth Open Breaking 1vs1 b-boys do their best moves in front of an international, high level panels of judges. The panels include the head judge Storm (GER) and judges Aslan (RUS), Ruen (USA), Menno (NED), Physics (KOR), Mounir (FRA), Ayumi (JPN) and Focus (FIN).

The WDSF Associate Member, WRRC, organises the World Cup Rock’n’Roll for Juveniles, Children and Juniors, and World Cup Boogie Woogie Main Class and Juniors. Total of 140 couples from 16 countries will participate, with the most number of couples in Rock’n’Roll Juveniles (54). The Rock’n’Roll and Boogie Woogie competitions take place on Saturday.

The WDSF World Open Standard takes place on Friday and the WDSF World Open Latin on Saturday. The event in Sochi is taking place on several dance floors, and the FDSARR YouTube channel is showing live stream (below) from each of these floors. The streaming links change every day.

That is not all there is for this week! Kavala (GRE) hosts a WDSF International Open Latin and WDSF Open competitions on Saturday. Minsk (BLR) hosts a WDSF Open Under 21 Standard and Latin, as well as the DSE Children Grand Prix on Friday. And finally, New Orleans (USA) hosts a WDSF Open Standard and Latin, and WDSF Open Smooth competitions for Senior age groups on Friday.

It is safe to say that the warm DanceSport Summer of 2019 will continue to highlight the host cities with fireworks, shimmer and glitter, combined with high talent.

Sochi (RUS) streaming for Saturday:

World Cup Rock'n'Roll and Boogie Woogie, qualifying rounds

World Cup Rock'n'Roll and Boogie Woogie, finals

Floor A:

Floor B:

Floor C: