Salvatore Sinardi - Viktoria Kharchenko, ITA | Assen 2017 - WDC AL LAT - R5 S

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Dutch Open Championships in Assen, The Netherlands - WDC AL Amateur Latin

RESULTS:
1. 255 Klemen Prasnikar & Alexandra Averkieva (Slovenia)
2. 259 Damir Haluzan & Anna Mashchyts (Slovenia)
3. 267 Salvatore Sinardi & Viktoria Kharchenko (Italy)
4. 177 Austin Joson & Nino Dzneladze (U.S.A.)
5. 246 Darren Hammond & Milla (South Africa)
6. 125 Tal Livshitz & Ilana Keselman (U.S.A.)
7. 115 Alexander Chernositov & Arina Grishanina (U.S.A.)


Images & Realisation: Marius Mutin - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

#samba #latinamerican #viktoriakharchenko #salvatoresinardi

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This could easily develop into a martial art.

Author — Lee Wardle

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The amount of hair product on this stage is amazing.

Author — mugensamurai

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They're like the evil villainous power couple you can't stop watching lol actually made me laugh when they sandwiched the other female dancer. It's like we're leaving with your girl

Author — fufufuaru

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Looks like the red girl’s partner got fed up of chasing her all the way that he just stopped dancing and walked straight up to her 😂

Author — T Y

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i love how they get to 'bump' against each other with finesse.

Author — Saoirse Stark

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The dance floor is no where near big enough for these two! They're captivating, brilliant, and on fire. The others are simply irritating, and in their way ...

Author — Bridget Edwards: Mental Health Therapist

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A lot of you are saying that they were rude. The other couple is the problem. After the first bump the other gal took off and left her partner behind. That's a HUGE no no on the dance floor. You could even tell by the way he extends his hand to her... Like hey, um.... I'm back here. Viktoria and Salvatore didn't do anything wrong.

Author — James Motter

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Wow, I miss the days when DanceSport dancers were actually professional and didn't feel the need to block or bump into others on purpose. The Follow had accidentally bumped, but the Lead was fully intentional. Dancers used to travel along the floor and make use of any space they had, NOT demand and become controlling whilst forcing others off the side. No respect at all

Author — Niall Anderson O'Connor

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Those two were in tune and did well together. The other woman forgot her partner this is a couple dance not a solo. It was already going to fail not matter what. This woman makes me want to take dancing lessons

Author — kjh lk

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Oh my! #259 lost his partner. Guess she like dancing with the other couple instead! 🤣

Author — Teressa Cooks

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They all look so good that it is so difficult to see how one can judge and find faults in them!!!

Author — Sami Evans

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I'm addicted to these dance competition videos, but I wish they didn't have to share the stage all at once. I feel that having to share the stage prevents their choreography from being truly appreciated. They are just one in a crowd, and it makes me sad that so much time and effort creating and learning the choreography could just amount to them being completely unnoticed.

Author — Claudette

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I wish I COULD GET THIS VIDEO PERFORMANCE AS MY RING TONE !
I AM DEFINITELY IN LOVE WITH THIS ONE, THEY OUT DONE THIS ONE ☝️ KILLED IT!
RREWINDDDD!
REWIND!

Author — joyelle1290

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✨Can we just appreciate that the music and everyone dancing to it was ON

Author — Content Deleted

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What I find impressive is how 236 handled the situation

Author — Passerby Tanuki

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Best part was 00:12 when she was look at someone while dancing and smile .. i just love it 🔥

Author — MR CANCER

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Теперь я знаю, как выглядят разборки на танцполе... ^_^

Author — Станислав Шатаев

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No me canso de ver esta presentación me encantan !!

Author — STR Teran

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She moves her body so wonderfully.... amazing to watch!

Author — Crabby 🍏

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My favorite part of this entire thing—and I keep coming back for it—is that little pop/snap at 0:29. That’s some musicality right there!

Author — K Williams