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You Supply - We Post 29/01/2018

Marius-Andreu Balan - Khrystyna Moshenska Seven couples out of the top twelve in the WDSF World Ranking Latin danced the World Open at the Goldstadt Pokal in Pforzheim, GER, one of the  most traditional events on the WDSF calendar. Local darlings Marius-Andrei Balan and Khrystyna Moshenska, GER, continued where they had left off at the 2017 GrandSlam Final in Shanghai, CHN. In first!

The #1 in the WDSF World Ranking for Standard, Dmitry Zharkov - Olga Kulikova, RUS, were invited to dance a show in Pforzheim. They garnered as much applause as they did one week earlier, when they danced in the Tuscany Open in Montecatini, ITA.

We publish all of this just to emphasise once more that all organisers are invited to provide us with streams and other coverage on their WDSF events. As an example: over the past two days we streamed eight hours from the Tyumen Open in Russia. Even though half of it was blocked due to copyright issues (which we could help the organisers to avoid in the future), the stream was much appreciated by thousands of visitors to our site.

In short: you provide us coverage in form of quality content, we put it up. We don't always have the time to search the media to find it ourselves. For Pforzheim we knew where to look: our thanks go to the Pforzheimer Zeitung!

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