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Ice Dancing


Ice Dancing

In ice dancing, couples are required to perform choreographed dance routines on ice. It differs from pair skating in that it does not allow movements of strength, such as jumps or overhead lifts. Ice dance routines are similar to ballroom dances, and, typically, partners are not supposed to separate by more than two arm-lengths. The sport gained popularity in the 1930s, and the first world championships were held in 1950. When did ice dancing become an Olympic event? More… Discuss

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ARTICLE: BALLROOM DANCE Ballroom Dance Video – 2011 Desert Classic Open Professional Ballroom Final


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1st Andrea Faraci [203] with Iveta Pauryte, 2nd Artem Plakhotnyi [187] with Inna Berlizyeva, 3rd Craig Shaw [217] with Evgeniya Sutyaginskaya, 4th Emanuele Pappacena [227] with Francesca Lazzari; 5th Ruslan Meshkov [167] with Alexandra Nema. Judges declined to call back six couples.

Ballroom Dance

Ballroom dance, a type of social dancing performed by couples, was once reserved for the privileged classes. But in the 20th century, husband-and-wife dance team Vernon and Irene Castle and film duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers brought it to the masses. In recent years, popular TV shows like Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance have reignited interest in dances like the fox-trot, waltz, and tango. Which of these dances once sparked outrage for its impropriety? More…Discuss

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