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  • The fifth World title for Dmitry and Olga

    Another page was written to the history books, as Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova (RUS) secured their fifth World title, and the first one in WDSF Professional Division in Leipzig on Saturday.

    21/10/2019 read more ...
  • Live from...

    Two World title events this weekend as the 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Standard takes place in Leipzig (GER) and the 2019 WDSF World Championship Youth Ten Dance is in programme in Kyiv (UKR).

    18/10/2019 read more ...
  • The new Sports Series launched in Singapore

    Singapore hosted the first WDSF Sports Series event on August 24th 2019 under the title of WDSF Asia Sports Series Games Qualifiers.

    16/10/2019 read more ...
  • Three WDSF title events

    Bilbao (ESP) and Chisinau (MDA) hosted three WDSF title events in four days.

    14/10/2019 read more ...
  • The fourth European title for Dmitry and Olga

    After their successful debut in the Professional Division in August, Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova (RUS) started the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship as the favourites for the title.

    14/10/2019 read more ...
  • WDSF and WDSF PD titles up for grabs

    Another busy weekend ahead as the 2019 WDSF PD European Championship Standard, two WDSF World Championships and the 2019 WDSF European Championship Youth Standard highlight the following four days.

    11/10/2019 read more ...

World Champions in Koper, European Champions in Kharkiv 30/09/2019

The 2019 WDSF PD World Championship Master Class II highlighted the weekend in Koper (SLO). There’s a separate report of the Championships on the Professional Division news section. The World Championship titles were delivered to Carlo Righero - Manuela Traversi (ITA) in Standard and to Andrea Leandri - Maria Cristina Trevisiol (ITA) in Latin.

Other events in Koper have also been reported earlier. Gabriele Goffredo – Anna Matus (MDA) continued to reign the WDSF PD Super GrandPrix Latin. The World Champions Armen Tsaturyan – Svetlana Gudyno (RUS) dominated the WDSF World Open New Series, and Francesco Galuppo – Debora Pacini (ITA) took home the gold medals for WDSF International Open Standard. The European Youth Ten Dance Champions from last week, Vladislav Untu – Polina Baryshnikova (MDA) worked hard and gained success in Koper. They won the both WDSF Youth Open competitions, ranked 9th at WDSF World Open Latin and 8th at WDSF International Open Standard.

Kharkiv (UKR) hosted the 2019 WRRC European Championship Rock’n’Roll Formations. Sparta (UKR) impressed the adjudicator panel with their energetic performance and won the European title in Juniors. The Girls and Ladies titles went to Hungary, as just like last year Party Team won the title in Girls Formations and The Szupergirls won the title in Ladies Formations. The event had a spectacular atmosphere and the Formations raised the roof with their energy and good spirit!

Moscow (RUS) hosted a spectacular WDSF International Open Standard and Latin. Artur Balandin – Anna Salita (GER) won the Saturday’s Latin competition, which had a good number of 83 couples on the starting list. Evgeny Moshenin – Dana Spitsyna (RUS) dominated the Standard competition with 75 couples on Sunday.

Kistelek (HUN) hosted WDSF International Open Latin on Saturday. Miha Zerjav – Laura Karcagi (HUN) took the win over the 37 participating couples. Georgy Kalashnikov – Domile Semeskeviciute (LTU) won the WDSF International Open Standard on Sunday.

The winners in WDSF International Open Latin in Jelenia Góra (POL) were Cristian Vanni – Camilla Mola (PHI). Alessio Disca - Luisa Celeste Cardillo (ITA) won the WDSF International Open Standard.

WDSF International Open Latin in Bertrange (LUX) turned out well for Luxembourg’s own Mateusz Kieszek - Ludivine Brangbour, who dominated the final and won all the five dances in front of a supporting home crowd.

Last, but not least, a WDSF Open event was held in Frauenfeld (SUI). Robin Goldmann – Stefani Ruseva (GER) secured the win in WDSF Open Latin, and Volodymyr Kasilov – Yulia Dreier (SUI) took home the gold medals in WDSF Open Standard.

It was a fabulous ending for September, and October begins just as fabulously with three World Championship events: Disco Dance in Belgrade (SRB), Senior I Latin in Ostrava (CZE) and Senior II Standard in Toronto (CAN). Plus a lot more.