The Must-Watch Division At American DanceSport

The second annual American DanceSport Festival is approaching quickly, as dancers from all over the world make their way to the beautiful beaches of Miami, Florida, in preparation for this highly anticipated event on October 14-15.

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Over 400 couples, representing over 35 countries, will be in attendance and competing in multiple categories throughout the weekend. 

You can expect a nonstop weekend from sunup to sundown, but there are some key divisions that you certainly don’t want to miss. We spoke with Ronen Zinshtein the event organizer and asked him which division he was most excited about.

Without hesitation, he replied, “I am excited about them all, but the Adult World Open Standard division is special because we will have the U.S. champions facing off against the European champions.” 

The fact that this event is the most diversely attended dancesport event in the U.S. is reason enough to be excited. However, what’s even more appealing is the fact that this is a USA Dance and WDSF-sanctioned world championship title event -- the only one of its kind hosted in the United States. 

In other words, there won’t be another opportunity to see these high-level professionals compete on this side of the hemisphere, making this a truly unique opportunity.

The Professional Standard division runs Sunday evening while the Latin professional division is set for the Saturday evening session. Check back here later in the week for an updated detailed schedule with definitive watch times and make sure to watch LIVE right here on FloDance.com

Recap | American DanceSport Festival

The 3rd annual American DanceSport Festival has now officially come to a close! From the evening of Friday the 12th to this day of Monday the 15th of October, the 2018 ADSF arranged quite the spectacular for all attendees and viewers. Friday showcased the annual White Celebration Dinner Party hosted at the InterContinental Miami, the main venue of the competition. Competitors, officials, and various attendee viewers came out to enjoy the dinner, music, company, and – a surprise showcase of fireworks right outside! Definitely a memorable night for all those who came. 

Preview | American DanceSport Festival

The third annual American DanceSport Festival is about to kick off this Saturday, October 13th, in the tropical city of Miami, Florida. This year, the ADSF has brought various events to the table which has gathered the interest of dancers from all across the world. First of all, two World Championships of the World DanceSport Federation are sanctioned to take place here in the United States. Dancers of the Senior I Standard and Latin categories will have the chance to fight for the title that names them the best of the best. Actually, the American DanceSport Festival has sanctioned various World Championships each year since its first year of operations in 2016.

Recap | World Latin Championship

And the new Latin champions of the World DanceSport Federation are crowned! Armen Tsaturyan and Svetlana Gudyno have taken their well-deserved placement as the World Latin Champions of 2018! The last time that Russia took this World title was in 2010, when Alexey Silde and partner Anna Firstova won their second Latin title in a row. Then, Croatia won in 2011 (Zoran Plohl and Tatsiana Lahvinovich Galchun), Italy for three years in a row from 2012 to 2014 (Aniello Langella and Khrystyna Moshenska) and then Moldova for three years from 2015 to 2017 (Gabriele Goffredo and Anna Matus). Now Russia has come back to take the world-lead once again.

Relive the 2014 World Latin Championship

Relive the 2014 World Latin Championship in Ostrava where Nino Langella & Khrystyna Moshenska were crowned the Champions for the third year in a row. 

Preview | World Championship Latin

2018 WDSF World Latin Ostrava Promo

One of the most anticipated events of the year is approaching, not only for the attending athletes of the 2018 WDSF World Latin Championship, but also for their families, dance clubs, and trainers especially. October 6th is the day to await as FloDance dives into the historical city of Ostrava, Czech Republic. Ostrava has hosted the WDSF Latin World Championship previously in the year of 2014, where Aniello Langella and Khrystyna Moshenska of Italy claimed their third and final title as World Champions. If we jump back further in time to 2005, Ostrava also hosted the same World Championship.

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Recap | Latin World Cup

And the results are in! Denmark took home the 2018 WDSF Latin World Cup title! Umberto Gaudino and Louise Heise, 6-time National Danish Amateur Latin Champions, competed in their first World Cup here in Chengdu of the People's Republic of China and heard their national anthem played as they stayed upon the highest step of the pedestal. A big congratulations to them!

Recap | Standard World Cup

And the results are finally in! Just as predicted, Madis Abel and Aleksandra Galkina of Estonia have taken the glory of the 2018 WDSF Standard World Cup. This is their first year attaining such a title, for which their future holds no barriers. In their early twenties, this couple is the youngest to be at the top of the WDSF World Ranking Leaderboard, holding 6th place at 4,919 points. 

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2014 World Cup Chengdu LTU

If one takes the last editions of the World Cup Standard as the reference, a clear pattern emerges. The dancers who are victorious in one of them launch their careers to new heights and tend to remain on an ascending trajectory for quite some time.

Preview | WDSF Chengdu World Cup Latin

The 2018 WDSF Latin World Cup comes our way September 9th, streaming live on FloDance. 26 couples have currently registered for the event taking place in the city of Chengdu of the People's Republic of China.