Ohio Star Ball 2023

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Best in Show!

Last night at the Ohio Star Ball, the feature events were the Professional Latin and the Professional Smooth, complimented by a terrific Amateur Ballroom competition.

But what was so interesting to us is that we perhaps saw the best shows ever produced for the Ohio Star Ball, a good number of couples on both sides gave us not just their best but unbelievable “yea” moments, during their solo performances. This along with great quality dancing gave made a good closing to the Ohio Star Ball 2023.

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The Professional Smooth competition for sure had the best in show. The quality of the dancers and their performances were out of this world. In the group competition they could not have brought any better back to the final and yes there were some very talented dancers left out of this elite group. The six couples that were brought back into the final did not disappoint. Roman Malkhasyan & Galina Detkina were terrific and did win all dances with a majority of firsts in every dance. For us their Viennese was incomparable. We were quite surprised to see them get two seconds in this dance, but they did. The only dance they came close to perfection was their slow waltz where they got only one second. Yes they were fabulous, but from the peanut gallery we felt that in the group competition all the dances but the Viennese belonged to Travis & Jaimee Tuft who placed second in all dances and did manage to steal the majority of firsts from Roman & Galina. Perhaps they have been second for so long and it’s hard to see but for us Roman & Galina had perhaps one too many stop and go actions. We would have loved to see less theatrics in the group competition and a more fluid movement down the line of dance.

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It's hard to compare this final in the group competition, because they were all best in show but the other couple that captured our hearts this evening was Yegor & Tatiana Novikov, their foxtrot on the final could have challenged both the couples we just mentioned and in the overall final could have been second overall instead they were placed fourth in all dances. Third in all dances was awarded to Aleksander Vukosavljevic & Alexandra Smirnova, and yes they are a great addition to this final, but on this performance they lacked that edge that they normally have, they focused on being correct and this does not suit their personality. We were also a little disappointed with their costumes, we felt that the purple outfit she wore tended to make her look heavy in her movements, there was just too much fabric, with perhaps one of the best bodies on the floor too much fabric is not a good choice.

Tykhon & Yana Zyhvkov took fifth overall and they did give us a solid performance, but this was not a usual final! The best in the world were here and your very best is usually not enough. Sixth place in all dances was awarded to Kharyton & Anastasiya Khomenko. We are sure this was a disappointing placement for them. They did dance a lot better than a week ago at the North American but apparently not good enough for the judges on this outing to place them higher.

The solo performances from these Smoothies were amazing and totally out of the ballpark with theme, dancing and costumes. The winners again were Roman & Galina who gave us an upgraded Argentine tango. I say upgraded because they kept their postures up did few if any hooks but the feeling was there. There was a couple of excellent moves that we agree with the majority of the panel merit their first place status and Galina’s use of her back is the envy of many. But for us who have been here for the long haul, with many years of looking at dancing it was an upgraded Argentine Tango. We were very pleased with the second and third place finish - Travis & Jaimee and Yegor & Tatiana who truly went out of their way to give us something special and at least half the judging panel agree with us. Travis & Jaimee for this show changed identities and she played Travis and he played Jaimee with heals, the costuming was down to perfection; but this was not what made it so special Jaimee actually did their routine she actually carried Travis in and did many of the steps that they actually do in one of their cabaret routines and she led it. There was a height difference and slight struggle from time to time from Jaimee dealing with a taller “Jaimee” but, she did it to perfection, here we are with the minority of the judges who got a little divided between then an Yegor & Tatiana, but one of these routines should have easily won.

It is great to see humor when humor actually has some creativity and dancing is introduced throughout. When the “emu” came onto the floor it brought the house down. No one could see that this was Yegor, it was quite clever the way he managed to play the part so well of the “emu.” Anastasia was introduced and then they danced, how clever how magnificent to be able to come up with such wonderful themes. These last two couples mentioned, Travis & Jaimee and Yegor & Tatiana, for sure deserved more than just a second place overall in creativity alone and should have been rewarded a lot better. Roman & Galina later on the night, you might not have seen them, did this basic foxtrot with some lovely movements for us that would have been a little more competitive to what the other couples were doing, (The foxtrot was done when 85% of the people had left the ballroom).

Continuing with the showdances fourth place went to Alexsandar & Alexandar, fifth were Kharyton & Anastasiya and sixth were Tykhon & Yana. We think they were also marked a bit low, they had a theme, their dancing was good enough to be higher up.

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The Professional Latin also was of excellent quality and it did not disappoint the packed room who also did not hold back and rewarded the couples with clapping and cheers. Here the winners with a majority of firsts from the judges were Andrei Kazlauski & Nino Dzneladze. Funny enough, the closest they came to having perfect scores was in the samba where only two judges awarded them lower marks. From the sidelines we can say they had a good performance it was not thrilling nor did it keep you from looking somewhere else, but when you looked, it was very correct with little to pick on. Second in all dances and giving what we thought to be a fantastic performance, were Manuel Favilla & Natalia Maidiuk and you could have seen this performance from a plane, there was no missing them on the floor. And on paper Manuel & Natalia were the couple that stole the most firsts from Andrei & Nino.

It was also a great showing for Tall Livshitz & Ilana Keselman who took third in all dances. And it was nice to see Nikita Brovko with a new partner, this lady was brilliant, there was no name in the program so hard for us to mention her by name, but she is brilliant, and they placed fourth in all dances. Fifth overall went to Nikolai Tarasov & Sarah Nola 5,5,5,5,6, and sixth were Andriy & Amanda Besyedin 6,6,6,6,5.

There was an interesting change of the guard in Latin solo performances, Andriy & Amanda Besyedin who as you noticed placed sixth in the group competition now won the showdance portion. Andriy & Amanda did get the majority of firsts from the judges and definitely from the crowd - many stood on their feet to cheer for them. Andriy & Amanda did a mix rumba half on toe (Ballerina) and half on flat feet, this combination we have to agree was lovely and well received by all, a brush of fresh air where there is usually a lots of “anger.”

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Second in the showdance went to Andrei & Nino who did a cross between paso doble and rumba - a little hard to describe and trying to think about it today, little comes to mind, all we picture is a huge tan dress. Third were Manuel and Natalia with a well composed number, fourth went to Tall & Ilana doing a “flapper” style showdance, fifth was awarded to Nikita Brovko with the mystery lady.

Sixth went to Nikolai & Sarah who stole the show with a comedy piece where Sara came out as a matador, cape in hand, some of the moves were a little questionable but that is what made it so funny, then came Nikolai as the bull with horns and all, after a short performance the bull was dead and literally dragged off the floor by a few guys, leaving the winning “Matadora” triumphant and all alone.

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The Amateur Ballroom early in the evening was excellent and here the winner of all dances with a majority of firsts was Nikita Druzhynin & Vriginie Primeau from Canada. (They recently placed 3rd in the World Championship). Second place in all dances went to Andrey Cutashevskii & Anna Vasina. From third place down this heat was very contested and the talent fighting for placements were all brilliant. Third overall was Denys Savytskyy & Mila Kovalova 4.5, 4,4,3,5; in fourth place were Samuel Hacke & Katarina Hermanova 3,3,5,4,5; fifth was awarded to Nathan Zaytsev & Alisa Bankova 4.5,5,3,5,3, leaving sixth to Roman Shchochka & Marta Tyutyunnyk 7,6,6,6,6, and seventh to Alex & Rickie Dubovyk 6,7,7,7,7.

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We most triple congratulate the talent of Nathan Zaytsev & Alisa Bankova for making this final but also for winning the Under 21 this same afternoon and for winning the World Under 19 Championship a few weeks ago. We in North America are quite fortunate to have not just Nathan & Alisa but all the talent mention in the Open Amateur Ballroom.

The evening seemed to be going great with a fully packed ballroom and unlike the night before no “Exodus” before the awards. All seemed good, however, just when we thought it to be over and everyone began to exit the ballroom “there is always a little more!” This time the “Professional Grand Slam.” $30,000.00 was being given to the couples participating in this 4 competition grand slam it is very unfortunate that once again just like a “funeral” only friends and family were present.

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The four couples in question were Valerio Colantoni & Anna Demidova representing the Ballroom style, Andrew Escolme & Asta Sigvaldadottir representing the Rhythm, Manuel Favilla & Natalia Maidiuk the Latin, and Roman Malkhasyan & Galina Detkina doing Smooth. Each couple had to do a closed syllabus routine in their style, an open competitive routine and a showdance. After three rounds of competitions with some awards in between while people exited the ballroom, the overall winners taking first in all dances were Roman and Galina who as I mentioned earlier in this blog gave a fabulous basic demonstration of foxtrot where in the end the few of us left nearly stood up and clapped our hands off. Second in all dances was awarded to Valerio & Anna in all their performances, third were Andrew & Asta, and fourth were Manuel & Natalia. For those of you that missed this event because 90% of the attendees had already gone, you missed some excellent dancing and a very interesting concept. It actually allowed us to see who can actually do a basic and who could not! Who can put a wonderful show together and who couldn’t and who is the stronger competitor on the floor.

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Congratulations to all the winners at this Ohio Star Ball not least to the yearly winners of the World Dancesport Series. Top Teacher for the 7th year was Tommy Radon. Top Male Student was Jerry Bursh and Top Lady was Elaine Krieger.


Last night the Battelle Hall was 80% filled, and the program did not disappoint!

The Amateur Latin, the Cabaret and the Professional Rhythm and Ballroom as well as some of the Best of the Best Pro/Am showcases schedule for the night were good enough to keep us all glued to our seats. It was all going great until the Pro Ballroom and Rhythm group competitions concluded and then everyone “Exodus” giving you the feeling it was all over and the results had not been called yet. “Wait! Wait!” we are not done yet, we still had plenty more to see!

The ballroom was quite empty by the time the Cabaret and solo showdances from the Pro Rhythm & Ballroom started; it was an “exodus” of people. Yes, we know it was late but the results had not even been called. It could have been for many reasons, but many of the attendees including us were a little flustered because in past years the Battelle Hall had a bar that people could retreat to, and we presume come back for more; but this year this was not the case. The bar was set up in front of the entrance of the Hyatt Ballroom and so you not only had to come out of Battelle Hall for a beverage, but you were not allowed to take in to the Hall water or not! Something that many found a little frustrating. This perhaps added to the issue but all we know is that when the two group competitions were over, the majority of the people “Exodus” and it looked like only friends and family stayed for the private affair.

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The big winners tonight were Valerio Colantoni & Anna Demidova who won the Open Professional Ballroom Championship with perfect scores in four dances from the judges and almost perfect scores in the foxtrot, Charlotte Jorgensen was the only judge to give them a second and that was in the foxtrot. As far as their performance for us this evening all we can say is that it was much improved from the North American! Perhaps they responded to the larger floor and bigger crowd here tonight They totally took the audience in a spin getting some of them up off their uncomfortable chairs and on to their feet to clap while they performed a folk rendition of ballroom dancing for their showdance. By the way Valerio & Anna also won the showdance portion of the competition nearly with perfect scores but here too Charlotte was not as keen with their performance, she awarded them third place on that effort too.

Second overall in the Ballroom was awarded to Valeriu Ursache & Liana Bakhtiarova, who placed fifth in the quickstep and second in the other four dances. They were not so lucky in their showdance portion where they did a break dance to some interesting music, we thought it to be interesting especially because we did not know that Valeriu was such a good breakdancer. But this like his white shirt that kept coming out of his pants, did not suit the judges they awarded them sixth for this effort, yes they did get a couple of fourths and third place marks, but not enough to get them past that bottom line literally.

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In a rare but interesting situation, three couples tied for third, fourth and fifth place overall. This usually happens with two couples, but this time it was with three couples. The couples in question were Maksym Savytskyi & Polina Riabovil, Danylo Dobrovolskyi & Anastasiia Malovala and Radu Sterban & Xenia Cletova. All couples had 19 points each, but the first tie was the easiest to break because they only had to use a (Rule10) and that was for third place, at the end Radu & Xenia were awarded third place overall and these were their marks 5,3,5,3,3, = 19. Fourth place was a little tougher they had to break it with the (Rule11) and here after applying the rule Danylo & Anastasiia were awarded fourth place 3,5,3,4,4 = 19. And finally the couple left with fifth position after the (Rule11) was Maksym & Polina 4,4,4,5,2 =19.

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In the Showdance competition Maksym & Polina also took fifth overall, this was possibly not what they were expecting, but we were not surprised with this call. The couple that really blew the cup out of the water was Danylo & Anastasiia, who did this well put together number to the theme of two close sisters, Danylo’s transformation was amazing and yes very convincing too! it was entertaining and you can see they put lots of thought into the number for this the judges awarded them second overall. Radu & Xenia followed with a third place overall for the showdance.

Sixth in the open group Ballroom professional competition was awarded to Angelo Gaetano & Clarissa Morelli placing sixth in all dances. They fared a little better in the showdances, they were awarded 4th overall for this effort. We are sure that this was a very disappointing result for this couple overall as they place much higher in overseas competitions.

It was great to see the couples that actually gave a thought to this solo number, rewarded by the judges. We don’t want to see just a competition routine with an entrance tacked on!

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Speaking of really putting their heads together to come up with a fabulous showdance, Andrew Escolme & Asta Sigvaldadottir in the Professional Rhythm, really outdid themselves in researching and in putting together a very interesting number where they portrayed a couple competing in the 60th The costumes were to perfection and so do was the steps and the style congratulations on this wonderful win. This number was funny but it was not just about the costumes - this was creative, funny and it took some thinking and practice.

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The winners of the Open Rhythm Championship were not Andrew & Asta, this honor went to Francesco Arietta & Jessa Mae Briones who won all dances with a majority of firsts in all dances. Andrew & Asta did manage to take a number of firsts in all dances from Francesco & Jessa, but not enough to overpass the majority of firsts in all dances that Francesco & Jessa had. Andrew and Asta took the most firsts away from the champions in the swing, 8 to be precise, quite a good number of firsts but not enough to make a dent in the iron wall of Jessa & Francesco’s first place marks. Jessa & Francesco did had to take the back seat for Andrew & Asta in the showdances they lost by having 8 third or better marks and Asta & Andrew had 9 third or better marks, so did they win by one mark? Possibly so. Francesco & Jessa danced to Black Magic Woman for their solo presentation.

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Andrew & Asta placed second in all dances in the group competition, third place in all dances was awarded to Dmitri & Olena Nikishkin, and they too placed third in their solo performance. Fourth overall in the group competition went to Ivan Kudashev & Ksenia Sokolova with these marks 4,4,4,5,5. The judges were not impressed with Ivan & Ksenia’s solo performance even though I would say it was interesting and much better than what we saw last year, here they were awarded sixth place.

Fifth place in the group competition went to Shane & Shannon Jensen with these scores 5,5,5.5,4,6. In their solo performance we were a little surprised they placed 4th, but a few witnesses said that perhaps their solo was too theatrical for the “Rhythm” solo part of the competition. We thought they were great! Sixth in the group competition went to Kevin Ubillus & Milagros Lareto, 6,6,5.5,6,4, and what do you think they did for a solo? A mambo! But this time I don’t think they got much attention - on this dance they only mustered a fifth place finish.

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The Professional Cabaret was brilliant with some great couples in this field. The overall win with a majority of firsts went to Zachary Pohl & Ariel Freilich, very well deserved and they were very surprised when they won. For us and the judges we think it was quite clear - their lift work was faultless giving you tremendous confidence and allowing you to enjoy their dancing. Second was awarded to Branden Barker & Chelsea Cherie, they also did a wonderful Cabaret with some very intricate maneuvers, however, it was not as clean as Zachary & Ariel’s routine, so we have to agree with the judges on this one. Third went to Alyenendrov Tsorokean & Yuki Haraguchi, perhaps there was too much of everything here including dress but although it was a good performance not the best we have become used to from this talented couple. Fourth was Anthony Kantin & Olivia Card and fifth went to Devan & Brooke McClish.

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The Open Amateur Latin was a terrific event that started with a first round of competition and here the easy winners for us and for the judges were Vadym Pidhoretskyy & Ruby Castro who won four dances, all four with a majority of firsts and the jive second with sixth first place marks. The fight here was for second place with two great couples fighting it out. Mykita & Lyndsey Vasylenko and Denys Chekunov & Naomi Spektor. In the end Mykita & Lyndsey had the better marks and the experience to claim that second place and it was also very well deserved 2,2,2,2,1. Leaving Deny’s & Naomi holding third with much lower marks 3,4,3,3,4. We think this will be a couple to keep your eye on for future outings both are super talented and they have basically just got started.

Fourth and fifth place was also fought for and here fourth place with these marks - 4,5,4,4,3 - was awarded to Idan Daich & Anastasia Sinyauskaya, leaving fifth position to Vladyslav Pohorilyi & Ceilidh McSeveney 5,3,5,5,5. Sixth in all dances was awarded to Erik Linder & Mela Kreczman.

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The Under 21 Latin Championship was the first leg of the Ballroom Spirit Foundation tour and the winning couple qualified for the finaleat the DBDC 2024 in July. The winner and qualifying couple for the tour were Vladyslav Pohorilyi & Ceilidh McSeveney from Utah

There have been three days of nonstop Pro/Am Competition in all levels and categories so far. Yesterday we had the Latin World Pro/Am Dancesport series divisions and here are who won these events:

Latin Pro/Am

Masters I
1. Marguerite Pinard w/ Ilya Reyzin 1,1,1,1,1
2. Beth Kaplan w/ Genya Bartashevich 2,3,2,2,5
3. Tomoko Fujiwara w/ Sergeiy Samchynskyy 4,2,3,3,4
4. Robyn Shreiber w/ Nikolai Tarasov 3,4,4,4,3
5. Scott Magnesen w/ Izabella Lewandowski 5,5,5,5,2
6. Marie Hughes w/ Evgeny Nazarov 6,6,6,7,6
7. Sherry Tucker w/ Vlad Astafiev

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Masters II

1. Nora Fox w/ Plamen Danailov 1,1,1,1,1
2. Coree Tan w/ Ian Folker 2,2,2,2,2
3. Margarett Arzdorf-Schubbe w/ Gene Bersten 3,4,4,3,4
4. Janine Donovan w/ Vlad Astafiev 6,3,5,4,3
5. Alice Lekht w/ Igor Derimov 4,5,3,6,6
6. Mary Joe Voelpel w/ Manuel Favilla

A Division

1. Anna Brown w/ Andrey Tarasov 1,2,1,1,2
2. Irene Caredis w/ Francesco Bertini 2,1,2,3,1
3. Kristina Mazhar w/ Vladimir Karpov 3,3,3,2,3
4. Ginny Rosanio w/ Aleksandar Vukosavljevic 4,4,4,4,5
5. Jessica Stone w/ Sergey Korshunov 5,5,5,5,4
6. Jamie Dorotov w/ Allen Genkin 6,6,6,6,7
7. Anvelyn Pi w/ Pasha Stepanchuck 7,7,7,7,6,

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C Division

1. Deborah Wright w/ Nikolay Voronovich 1,1,2,1,1,
2. Lynn Magnesen w/ Tomasz Lewandowski 2,2,1,2,2
3. Loraine Peoples w/ Kostiantyn Samarskyi 4,3,3,4,5
4. Nichelle Kennedy w/ Aleks Nashev 3,5,4,3,4
5. Michelle Mazel w/ Roman Italyankin 5,6,5,5,3
6. Cristina Rojo w/ Ivan Mulyavka 6,4,6,6,6

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B Division

1. Lindsey Keatley w/ Francesco Arietta 1,2,1,1,1
2. Sabrina Strasser w/ Stanistav Kochergin 2,1,3,2,2
3. Cortney Reiselman w/ Christopher Wayne 4,3,2,4,3
4. Christine Stanko w/ Andrei Kazlouski 3,4,4,3,4
5. Missy White w/ Genya Bartashevich 5,5,5,5,5
6. Mirra Blinova Thorpe w/ Clement Joly 6,6,6,6,6

Smooth Pro/Am

Masters IV

1. Sally Hess w/ Darius Mosteika 1,1,1,1
2. Annie Crane w/ Andre Gergel 2,2,2,2
3. Edith Springer w/ Erik Pali 3,3,3,3
4. Faye Henderson w/ Mark Baker 4,4,4,4
5. Laura Karasek w/ Donald Karasek 5,5,5,5

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Masters I

1. Lynn Shanahan w/ Darius Mosteika 1,1,1,1
2. Gracelyn Tuoti w/ Roman Malkhasyan 2,3,2,2
3. Helena Kostik w/ Nikolai Pilipenchuk 5,2,5,3
4. Irene Fong w/ Slawek Sochacki 3,5,3,4
5. Sue Eldred w/ Oleksiy Pigotskyy 4,4,4,5
6. Robin Kensel w/ Dmytro Pankov 6,6,7,6

Masters II

1. Janett Bruttell w/ Dmitry Zavialov 2,1,2,1 (Rule11)
2. Karen Scott w/ Vlad Kosarev 1,2,1,2
3. Jeanie LaFavor w/ Igor Afonkin 3,3,4,3
4. Barbara Keiser w/ Gunnar Sverrinsson 4,4,3,5
5. Annette Burden w/ Tony Scheppler 5,5,5,4
6. Kathy Wimmer w/ Alexander Novikov 6,6,6,6

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Masters III

1. Pat Luthy w/ Vladimir Popov 1,1,1,1
2. Susan Sordoni w/ Francesco Arietta 2,2,2,2
3. Lois Fein w/ Luiz Lopez 3,3,3,3
4. Betty Yeh w/ Slawek Sochacki 4,5,4,4
5. Buck Lindsay w/ Shannon Jensen 5,4,5,5
6. Michael Tucket w/ Jolanta Mosteika 6,6,6,6
7. Diane Schuman w/Gunnar Sverrinsson 7,7,7,7

B Division

1. Celia Chou w/ Erminio Stefano 1,1,1,1
2. Selene Steelman w/ Travis Tuft 2,3,2,2
3. Smith w/ Lebedev 3,2,3,3
4. Aja Pascale w/ Sergey Samchynskyy 4,4,5,5
5. Mariana Boneo w/ Vlad Kosarev 6,6,4,4
6. Doni Burch w/ Aleksandr Vukosavljevic 5,5,6,6

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A Division

1. Alexis Salapatek w/ Stefan Ciubotaru 1,1,1,1
2. Marco Namen w/Marina Vlasova 3,2,3,3,
3. Elizabeth Cuevas w/ Mayo Alanen 2,4,2,4,
4. Clara Xing w/ Darius Mosteika 4,5,5,2
5. Stephanie Brinkmeyer w/ Mazen Hamza 5,3,4,5
6. Amelia Wills w/ Ronen Zinshtein 6,6,6,6

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C Division

1. Nichelle Kennedy w/Aleks Nashev 2,1,2,1 (Rule 11)
2. Sophia D’Angelo w/ Max Sinitsa 1,2,1,2
3. Sue Eldred w/ Oleksiyy Pigotskyy 4,3,3,4 (Rule 11)
4. Evelyn Tuoti w/ Roman Malkhasyan 3,4,4,3
5. Gail Komar w/ Nikolay Pilipenchuk 5,5,5,5
6. Janice Gonzalez w/ Aleksandr Vukosavljevic 6,6,6,6

Rhythm Pro/Am

B Division

1. Mariana Boneo w/ Vladimir Kosarev 1,1,1,1,1
2. Andi Wolff w/ Decho Kraev 3,2,2,2,4 (Rule 10)
3. Monica Morales w/ Abraham Sannoh 2,3,3,3,2
4. Mari Edstrom w/Irina Platonov 4,5,5,4,3
5. Mimie Pestanas w/ Aleks Nashev 5,4,4,5,5
6. Vita Vygovska w/ Evgenny Dyachenko 6,6,6,6,6

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A Division

1. Marco Namen w/Marina Vlasova 1,1,1,1,1
2. Alexis Salapatek w/ Silviu Turcan 2,2,2,2,2
3. Abigail Montalbo w/ Vasilii Platonov 3,4,3,3,3
4. Adrian Kaiser w/ Evgeniia Elcoro 4,3,5,4,4
5. Rayah Ige w/ Maksym Lototskyy 5,5,4,5,5
6. Hanna Reich w/ Ivan Kudashev 6,6,6,6,6

C Division

1. Lynn Magnesen w/ Thomas Lewandowski 1,1,2,1,1
2. Giovanni Fortezza w/Jolanta Mosteika 3,2,1,2,2
3. Nichelle Kennedy w/ Aleks Nashev 2,3,3,3,3
4. Janice Gonzalez w/ Aleksandr Vukosavljevic 4,4,4,4,4
5. Maria Green w/Ilya Reyzin 5,6,5,5,5
6. Krista Hughes w/ Tykhon Zhyvkov 6,5,6,6,6

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Master I

1.Marguerite Pinard w/ Ilya Reyzin 2,1,1,2,1
2. Judith Spivey w/ Nazar Norov 3,2,3,1,2
3. Carolyn Glazner w/ Yrgot Novikov 1,4,2,3,3
4. Mary Beth Cecil w/Konstantin Karchanov 4,3,5,4,4
5. Scott Magnesen w/ Izabella Lewandowski 6,5,4,6,5
6. Tamilane Blaudeau w/ Dennis Woods 5,6,6,5,6

Master II

1.Karen Scott w/ Vlad Kosarev 1,1,1,1,1
2. Janet Bruttell w/ Zavialov 3,2,2,2,2
3. Jeannie LaFavor w/ Igor Afonkin 2,4,3,3,3
4. Annette Burden w/ Tony Scheppler 4,3,4,4,4
5. Michael McCarthy w/ Yuliya Sinevych 6,5,5,5,5

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bMasters III

1. Susan Sordoni w/Francesco Arietta 1,1,1,1,1
2. Lois Fein w/ Luis Lopez 2,2,2,2,2
3. Buck Lindsay w/ Shannon Jensen 3,3,3,3,3
4. Peggy Lavinsky w/Aleko Khutsidze 4,4,4,4,4
5. Diane Schuman w/ Gunnar Sverrisson 5,5,5,5,5

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