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  • Fruitful discussions in Singapore

    Mr Ser Miang Ng, Executive Board Member of the IOC and Mr Shawn Tay, President of WDSF meet in Singapore on 18th April, 2019.

    23/04/2019 read more ...
  • New World and European Champions crowned

    There were new couples on the highest step of the podium at the World Championship Senior 1 Standard and the European Championship Youth Latin. The gold medals went to couples from the Russian Federation and Moldova.

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  • Championships in Berlin and in Chisinau

    The busy competition calendar shows it is time for the second World Championship event and the first European Championship event of the year. And, there's more!

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  • How did the weekend go?

    Here are some statistics of the WDSF competitions which took place last weekend. Some numbers are missing, so we can say that the numbers in reality are a little bit higher at some disciplines or age groups. The numbers have been collected from the WDSF result lists between 12th to 14th of April, 2019.

    15/04/2019 read more ...
  • Eleven locations, thousands of dancers

    Dance floors will be crowded this weekend as there are WDSF events in eleven locations in Europe and in the US. There are literally thousands of dancers under the spotlight during the three days, showing their best performances to the fans, families and friends, and doing their best to secure their spot on the podium.

    11/04/2019 read more ...
  • Events of all sizes, and more to come! 

    Last weekend was a fest of Rock'n'Roll Formations as the European and World Championships were organised by the WRRC. At the same time, Standard and Latin events were organised in four different locations in Europe.

    08/04/2019 read more ...
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Season's Greetings 20/12/2018


In competitions, we have seen some reigning champions mastering the events in an impressive way. We have seen some new champions making their way to the top, step by step. We have seen some newcomers that will soon stand up and have their say on the dance floor. Young, and old, and everyone in between, all enjoying the sport as a big community, supporting each other and sharing the moments which will remain in their hearts for the rest of their lives.


DanceSport premiered in the Youth Olympics and made it to the Big League within all sports. Young, talented athletes wow’d the Buenos Aires crowd and made a statement which will be lasting for a long time. Only time will tell what the premiere as part of the Olympic family will bring for DanceSport – and, what DanceSport will bring for the Olympic family!

DanceSport experienced a change of presidency as Mr. Lukas Hinder stepped down and handed over the position to Mr. Shawn Tay.

And there were more. Many wonderful and memorable moments and stories have been filling the pages of a book called 2018. Now, it is time to take it easy, have a little rest and load the batteries for 2019. A whole another year, whole another possibilities, whole another challenges.

Season’s greetings to all friends of DanceSport! Happy and Successful New Year!

“For last year's words belong to last year's language
And next year's words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning."

– T.S. Eliot