That the 2012 World DanceSport Championship Latin was able to up the benchmarks across the quantifiable measures of sucess has been reported on already. Similarly upbeat news are also generated by the Austrian Open Championships (AOC) as a whole.Heidi Goetz sums them up.
The AOC were in their 19th year; next year we celebrate the 20th anniversary. 2012 was the most...
Traffic to the WDSF website and a championship blog was higher than ever before over the past three days ... The number of videos viewed on a single day through the WDSF YouTube channel exceeded the previous record established with last year's World Latin by a margin of 110% ... The WDSF facebook community grew at an unprecedented rate and...
It was a World Latin that set a new standard (forgive us for indulging in a play of words). Even if we all had - secretly - expected it to do so, when the championship shattered all existing records for an online audience, we were surprised by the margins. In due time, we will provide you with figures.
For the time...
What thousands of followers of this blog got to see here on Saturday was "great sport." In every sense of the two words! The record participation in the 2012 WDSF World Championship Latin made yet another convincing statement about DanceSport's universality.
The enthusiasm of very young couples putting in their first appearance at the highest international level of competition bodes well...
The finalist couples dance the Final Cha Cha Cha at the 2012 WDSF World DanceSport Championship Latin in Vienna, AUT.
Valentin Voronov - Alina Imrekova, RUS, dance the Final solo Paso Doble at the 2012 WDSF World DanceSport Championship Latin in Vienna, AUT.