The structure of competitions and ranking of DANCESPORT Athletes is very similar to that of the tennis world, ATP circuit. In the world of professional tennis there is a world ranking that takes the computation of the results of the last twelve months. The results of each championship give a series of points that are added. There are different levels of tennis championships. The first place are the big 4, the GRAND SLAM Championships, which are Open Australia, Roland Garros-Paris, Wimbledon -London and Open Usa-New York. These championships are what MORE points awarded to tennis players. In the world of the WDSF there are also the Grand Slam Championships. There are 4+1 each year and the best dance in a fifth test. In the same way they are those that give more points for the ranking and the winner of the fifth test is the winner of the Master. Each Grand Slam of DANCESPORT offers a base of 400 points for the winning couple, plus some bonuses depending on participants, etc.
Next in tennis are the OPEN 1000 Tournaments. They are called that because the winner offers 1000 points. These would correspond in the WDSF world to the WDSF INTERNATIONAL OPEN, which offer a base of 200 points for the winning couple plus bonuses.
In tennis the following ranking is the OPEN 500. In WDSF it would correspond to the OPEN WDSF that offer 100 points plus bonuses. A small difference does arise with the world of tennis in regards to the World Championships. In tennis, at the end of each season, the top 10 finishers play the Master Tournament, and whoever wins it has international recognition. In WDSF there are the WDSF Open World Championship and the WDSF World Open (which offers the winners 320 points plus bonuses).
Finally, establish the following analogy: in tennis there are 2 disciplines: single & double. Each one independent with its ranking. In WDSF there are 3 disciplines: Standard, Latin and 10 dances.
KIND OR CATEGORIES OF WDSF WORLD RANKING COMPETITIONS (more important at least):
1-WDSF World Open, WDSF Grand Slam & WDSF Open World Championship:
2-WDSF International Open:
Actual WDSF Latin Ranking (may 2018). You may check WDSF Ranking in our website (tab menu) and also WDC ranking.
WDSF World Ranking Points
WDSF World Ranking Points are given to the participating couples in the following WDSF Competitions as follows:
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Kirill Kurbatov & Alexandra Ravel-Muroz (RUS) World Champions Junior 2 10 Dances in Sibiu (Romanie) 2nd November 2019
Ranking of Junior II Ten Dance FINAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2019
The following results are from the WDSF World Championship taken place in Sibiu – Romania on 02 November 2019
|1.||Kirill Kurbatov – Alexandra Revel-Muroz||RUS||15|
|2.||Vadana Rares Emanuel – Neculae Maria Tea||ROU||7|
|3.||Maxim Zhilenkov – Arina Molochnikova||KAZ||20|
|4.||Mikita Buyel – Maria Moiseeva||BLR||21|
|5.||Kohon Patrik – Gal Dalma||HUN||27|
|6.||Daniel Ficola – Giulia Migliorini||ITA||2|
|7. – 8.||Oleksandr Turcheniak – Olesia Yuvko||UKR||26|
|7. – 8.||Tomasz Ruszkowski – Julia Mozdyniewicz||POL||32|
|9.||Nikita Nikitin – Natalia Moraru||MDA||23|
|10.||Ernests Aksels Dimants – Marija Pascenko||LAT||8|
|11.||Nicolas Aaron Eichhorn – Katharina Jewdokimenko||GER||22|
|12.||Marco Kindsigo – Lisete Marjapuu||EST||19|
|13.||Edvardas Masaro – Patricija Rinkeviciute||LTU||5|
|14.||Utku Ovunc Unlu – Ada Usluel||TUR||33|
|15.||Matyas Felcman – Lucie Ruzickova||CZE||18|
|16.||Lan Yu Hsiang – Weng Ariel||TPE||35|
|17.||Lorenzo Colin – Angelina Mosa||FRA||16|
|18.||Guilherme Rodrigues – Marta Coelho||POR||10|
|19. – 21.||Itay Fleshler – Neta Ayvazov||ISR||11|
|19. – 21.||Tamir Azbel – Anna Kozyar||CAN||30|
|19. – 21.||Vid Steinfelser – Zara Avsec||SLO||34|
|22.||Dominik Indro – Liana Ferjancova||SVK||4|
|23. – 24.||Benjamin Jonsson – Amalie Hindsgaul||SWE||1|
|23. – 24.||Ole-Gunnar Eriksen – Adele Rieger||NOR||25|
|25.||Ivan Smirnov – Angelina Jeved||CYP||12|
|26.||Raul Toparcean – Julia Beissel||AUT||28|
|27.||Tobias Skandov – Ida Marie Hegelund||DEN||31|
|28.||Ivan Totov – Mariana Zhekova||BUL||13|
|29.||Govard Cholponbaev – Aibiike Nurlanova||KGZ||9|
|30.||Soma Yamamoto – Marina Miki||JPN||29|
|31.||David Ljevar – Marta Marki||CRO||3|
|32.||Elias Saastamoinen – Emmiina Alimattila||FIN||6|
|33.||Nikola Popovic – Andrea Savanovic||SRB||24|
|34.||Kalin Glatkov – Elena Mirkova||MKD||14|
ALEXIS & ADRIANA FELIP AGAIN SPANISH CHAMPIONS: NOW IN 10 DANCES JUVENILE 1″Premium Couples Program»
The Championship was held on December 6, 2018 in Guadalajara with a concurrence of 13 juvenile 1 couples arrivals from all over Spain. The young couple (9 years) of Almassora-Castellón has managed to validate the same title that he already had from the previous edition .
With this Championship the couple concludes their first cycle in the Juvenile 1 category with this extraordinary results:
8 titles of VALENCIA COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS.
5 titles of SPANISH CHAMPIONS.
From now on it is necessary to focus on work to enter Juvenile 2 Category to plan new international projects.
The juvenile couple is guided by Cristina García and Javier Felip as principal trainers and constantly assisted by international teachers such as David Carrillo and Laia Benet in Standard and Christian Sanchez and Miriam Sanchez in Latin being also students in a timely manner of other teachers both National and International.
Alexánder Gascón & Alexandra Zaiko Spanish winners Junior 1 10 dances (*PREMIUM COUPLE PROGRAM)
On Thursday 6th December, 2018, Spanish Champions of 8 Dances Junior 1 dances, Alexánder Gascón & Alexandra Zaiko (ELITE CLUB-VALENCIA) were proclaimed winners, winning all dances.
The Championship of Spain was held in Guadalajara, near Madrid. The competition was established among 28 couples from all over Spain.
Trainers Valera Zaiko, Yulia Zaiko, and parents thank the other teachers with whom the couple works frequently: Lorera Costa (Spain), Guillem Pascual (Spain) Ilya Danilov (Russia).