Germany Wins

31st March 2016


On Easter Sunday 27 March 2016, the inaugural edition of European Champonship for National Teams was held under the auspices of DanceSport Europe (DSE) and during  the D.O. World DanceSport in Cambrils, ESP. DSE President Luís Vaño thanked the World DanceSport Federation, the Cambrils organiser Antonio Mas and the DSE managing board for their help in making this championship happen.

Ten European countries fielded a team consisting of three Standard and three Latin couples each, one per style in the age groups U-21, Adult  and Senior I. The  Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Rumania, Slovakia and Spain participated. A unique atmosphere of mutual support and friendship surrounded the  performances of all couples. The title of the European National Team Champion went to Germany, second place to Romania and third to Spain.

After the successful première, WDSF President Lukas Hinder wrote to Luís Vaño, his counterpart at DSE: “I would like to congratulate you on the success of the European National Team Championship on 27 March in Cambrils, ESP. I think it is highly positive that DanceSport Europe looks for innovative ways to add depth to a consolidated competition calendar.” 


Easter in Cambrils

27th March 2016

DTV wins national competition

The first “European Team Match” was held in Cambrils (Spain) and was a big success for DanceSport Europe and the organizer.

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International Academic DanceSport Championship

24th March 2016

Eva Bartunkova reports on a pilot project undertaken by DanceSport Europe partnering with the International Academic DanceSport Championship in Brno.

DanceSport  Europe presents two pilot competitions as an example of further possibilities of extending and promoting DanceSport projects in Europe. DSE became a partner of the International Academic DanceSport Championship held under the Czech University Sports Association and supported by DSE and CDSF, open to all WDSF European member bodies held in the occasion of Brno Dance Festival 20.3.2016. The title of the Academic Champions both in latin-american and standard dances goes to a Czech couple Radim Stupka and Tereza Jendrulkova reprezenting Brno University of Technology.

dsemeetingelblag17102015The next DanceSport Europe project, the DSE European Championship of National Teams consisting of 3 Standard and 3 Latin couples U-21, Adult and Senior I is scheduled for 27 March in Cambrils, ESP. Ten countries have entered and will contend the title of the DSE European National Teams Champions.