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DanceSport World Champions (Ten Dance)

DanceSport's Ten-Dance Championship is awarded to the couple that performs best in all ten forms of Standard and Latin ballroom dancing. The World Championships have been held annually for Ten Dance since they were organised by the ICBD in 1980 (with the exception of 1982). The ICBD has since been renamed WD&DSC and represents all the major professional DanceSport countries.

The dances covered in the Ten Dance are the five International Standard Dances: Slow Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot, and Quickstep, along with the five International Latin Dances: Cha cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble, and Jive

World Champions

Professional Ten Dance World Champions

1980David Sycamore & Denise WeaversGreat Britain
1981David Sycamore & Denise WeaversGreat Britain
1982
   (No Competition Held)
1983David Sycamore & Denise WeaversGreat Britain
1984 David Sycamore & Denise WeaversGreat Britain
1985David Sycamore & Denise WeaversGreat Britain
1986Marcus & Karen HiltonGreat Britain
1987Michael Hull & Patsy Hull-KrogullGermany
1988Raymond & Gunn MyhrengenNorway
1989Michael Hull & Patsy Hull-KrogullGermany
1990Michael Hull & Patsy Hull-KrogullGermany
1991Horst & Andrea BeerGermany
1992Horst & Andrea BeerGermany
1993Martin & Alison LambGreat Britain
1994Bo & Helle Loft JensenDenmark
1995Kim & Cecilie RygelNorway
1996Kim & Cecilie RygelNorway
1997Gary & Diana McDonaldUSA
1998Michael Hull & Mirjam ZweijsenGermany
1999 Alain Doucet & Anik JolicoeurCanada
2000Alain Doucet & Anik JolicoeurCanada
2001Alain Doucet & Anik JolicoeurCanada
2002Alain Doucet & Anik JolicoeurCanada
2003Adam & Karen ReeveIceland
2004Alain Doucet & Anik JolicoeurCanada
2005Alessandro Garofolo & Annamaria BassanoItaly
2006Stefano Fanasca & Michaela BattistiItaly

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