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World Championships Senior I have their turn in Miami 12/10/2018

World Senior I Miami

Such a busy week we have of title events in three different continents! The DanceSport week was started up with the great World Championship Latin in Ostrava, Czech Republic with the victory of Armen and Svetlana (RUS), and from Europe the headlights were turned to South America and YOG, where at this point we already have two gold medalists, Bumblebee (RUS) and Ram (JPN). By Friday evening Argentinian time we will know the 2vs2 battle medalists as well!

Now it is time to get ready for World Championships in Senior I, both in Standard and Latin. The competitions will be part of the American DanceSport Festival, ADSF, held in a beautiful location in Miami, FL. Last year the WCH Senior I Std was organized in Hungary, and the gold medalists could celebrate their victory in front of the home audience – Csongor Balogh and Anita Szabo wan the title for 2017.

The ranking list for Senior I Std is led by the German couple, Fabian Wendt – Anne Steinmann, and they will appear on the floor also in Miami, likewise the leaders of the World ranking of Senior I Latin, Georgy Osadchy – Tatiana Nikolaeva (RUS).

ADSF has included also WRRC Main Class competitions into its program. Audience can enjoy the World Cup Acrobatic Rock´n´Roll Free Style Main Class and well as World Cup Boogie Woogie Main Class competitions. Huge possibility to see and enjoy multiple disciplines during the same weekend!

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