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Slovakia and Poland host the DSE CHEGP

2nd October 2018

End of September was the time for another two competitions being part of DSE Children European Grand Prix 2018.

Slovak Open Championships in Bratislava was the place were 86 young couples from 10 different countries were compete.

A week later in Poland during Karkonosze Open we had another competition from that series. There were 116 couples from 7 different countries danced in that festival.

We are very proud that more and more kids, young athletes and of course the organisers are willing to take part in our idea and be part of the DanceSport Europe Children European Grand Prix. We are also happy to see enjoyment and happiness on the faces of our young athletes. They are our future.

We are looking for October, is the most packed month ever for us and our DSE CHEGP. You are all invited to our events:

  • 6-7 Bukarest, Romania
  • 6-7 Kaunas, Lithuania
  • 8 Lviv, Ukraine
  • 12-13 Elbląg, Poland
  • 13-14 Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
  • 20-21 Prague, Czech Republic

All results are already uploaded to our website and you can see the newest updated DSE Ranking as well


DSE Children European Grand Prix starts a new season

12th September 2018

Croatian Trophy 2018 in Zagreb was the first competition of DSE Children European Grand Prix series after summer vacation break. 83 couples from 8 countries were compited during last weekend in Zagreb.


You can see results and updated DSE Ranking on our website

We invite all of you for next DSE CHEGP events in September:

  • Slovak Open Championships 22-23.09 – Slovakia
  • Karkonosze Open 29-30.09 – Poland

All our future events are available in our calendar



DSE meets WDSF in Stuttgart

10th August 2018

Today Dance Sport Europe officers met WDSF CEO Shawn Tay and WDSF General Secretary Nenad Jeftic to find the agreement and deeper cooperation in developing the DanceSport. We find the meeting extremely positive with new ideas and new projects can be run by DSE in near future. 


DanceSport Europe Annual General Assembly on June 15th 2018, in Lausanne

17th July 2018

DSE invited its members to Annual General Assembly in June in Lausanne, attached to the same weekend with the WDSF AGM. 23 members were present when the last year´s work of the Managing Committee as well as the budget for the becoming year were presented and accepted.

The minutes of the AGA will be published on the webpage.

DSE statutes were revised – membership fee has to be paid in order to have the votes in the AGA. This revision was later accepted and confirmed also by the WDSF AGM. Therefore the DSE Managing Committee reminds the members to pay the fees in due time to avoid losing the voting possibility in the AGA 2019.

Before the Lausanne AGA, DSE President Luis Vaño (ESP) informed the Managing Committee for his return to presidency after a ten-month absence for domestic reasons. During Vaño´s absence, Vice-President Heidi Estler (GER) acted as an interim President for DSE.

AGA spent some time for debating and assessing the present situation in the MC. Eventually members did not support any elections or voting. Mr. Vaño´s return to presidency was therefore secured and approved by the DSE members.

Mrs. Estler resigned from the Managing Committee during the meeting and the position in the MC remains empty, as the elections for the MB will take place in 2019.

DSE MC want to express its sincere thankfulness to Mrs. Estler for her dedicated and committed work for the development of DanceSport Europe. Mrs. Estler´s experience as a team leader was highly respected. DSE MB wishes to Mrs. Estler the best of success for the new term as a President of the German federation.

Robert Wota (POL), Sports Director of the DSE, became the successor for Heidi Estler, as he was nominated to act as the Vice-President until the elections in 2019.

DSE Managing Committee wants to thank all the DSE members for participating the AGA 2018. Suggestions, development ideas and encouragement are appreciated and we look forward of the liaison meeting with the WDSF Presidium members in August in Stuttgart.

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Igor Jagersky passed away

21st June 2018

Igor Jagersky, the father of Children European Grand Prix  passed away…

On behalf of DanceSport Europe deepest sympathies to Igor’s family.

Dear Igor, the whole dance world will miss you a lot, thank you for everything you have done and for the growing project of Children European Grand Prix.

DanceSport Europe