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Champions Gallery - I.D.S.F.



Christopher Hawkins and Hazel Newberry
1996 European Champions Standard 1996

Index





European Championships Standard


1934 Niels Boel Rasmussen-Lise Pehrsson Denmark
1935-1946 Due to a Prohibitition no Championships have been held in this discipline.
1947 Jakob Gerschwiler/Maise Walker Switzerland
1948 Niels Boel Rasmussen-Anne Lise Bech Denmark
1949 Niels Boel Rasmussen-Anne Lise Bech Denmark
1950Niels Rasmussen & Anne Lise Bech Denmark
1951Jack Mc Gregor & Bemil Twiggs England
1952 No championship held
1953 James & Olive Cullip England
1954 Sammy Harris & Pearl Rudd England
1954 Detlef & Ursula Hegemann Germany
1955 Detlef & Ursula Hegemann Germany
1956 ennis Uddel & Joyce Bramton England
1957-1958 Peter Eggleton & Diana Gradwell England
1959-1960 Michael Houseman & Valerie Waite England
1961 No Championship held
1962 Len Armstrong & Elain Welch England
1963-1964 John & Betty Westley England
1965 George Coad & Patricia Thompson England
1966 George Coad & Patricia Thompson England
1967 Dr. Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1968 Ernie & Myra Chatt England
1969-1970 Richard Gleave & Janet Wade England
1971-1973 Michael Barr & Vicky Green England
1974-1975 Frank Venables & Linda Horwood England
1976 Glen & Lynette Boyce England
1977-1978 Stephen Hillier & Lindsay Tate England
1979-1980 Hans-Henrik & Anne Margrethe Laxholm Denmark
1980 Kenny Welsh & Kathy Gilmartin England
1981 Max-Ulrich Busch & Renate Hilgert Germany
1982 Erling Langset & Anita Nagren Norway
1983 John Wood & Heather Stuart England
1984-1985 Glenn Weiss & Gillian Thickett England
1986-1987 Oliver & Martina Wessel-Therhorn Germany
1988 Andrew Sinkinson & Lorraine Barry England
1989-1990 Lasse Odegaard & Leila Krageböl Norway
1991-1992 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1993 Jens Werner & Charlotte Jörgensen Denmark
1994-1995 Timothy Howson & Joanne Bolton England
1996 Christopher Hawkins & Hazel Newberry England
1997 Christopher Hawkins & Hazel Newberry England
1998-1999 William Pina & Alessandra Bucciarelli Italy
2000 Roberto Villa & Michelle Barry England
2001 Jonathan Crossley & Kylie Jones England

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European Championships Latin


1948Maurice Fouloy & Mme Falcooz France
1949 Aldo & Edith Crivelli Switzerland
1950 No Championship held
1951 René & Jacqueline Foucard France
1952 Otto & Inge Teipel Germany
1953-1954 No Championship held
1955 Paul Hillion & Lucienne Descamps France
1956-1958 Dr. Paul & Lucienne Hillion France
1959-1960 Karl & Ursula Breuer Germany
1961 No Championship held
1962 Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1963 Dr. Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1964 Karl & Ursula Breuer Germany
1965 René & Josette Barsi France
1966 Peter Davis & Gwendoline Sales England
1967 Dr. Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1968 Peter Neubeck & Hanni Kaufmann Germany
1969 Raymond Root & Francis Spires England
1970 Stan Shippey & Iris Kane England
1971 Peter & Hanni Neubeck Germany
1972 Alan & Hazel Fletcher England
1973 Peter Maxwell & Lynn Harman England
1974 Joachim Kordon & Christa Breunig Germany
1975 Jan & Ruth Walker England
1976 Jeffrey Dobbinson & Debbie-Lee London England
1977 Keith & Judy Clifton England
1978 David Sycamore & Denise Weavers England
1979-1980 Raymond Myhrengen & Gunn Berglen Johannesen Norway
1981-1982 Marcus Hilton & Karen Johnstone England
1983 Colin James & Lene Mikkelsen Denmark
1984 Geir Bakke & Trine Dehli Norway
1985 Horst Beer & Andrea Lankenau Germany
1986 Geir Bakke & Trine Dehli Norway
1987-1988 Knut Seaborg & Tony Nyhagen Norway
1989-1990 Hans-Reinhard Galke & Bianca Schreiber Germany
1991-1992 Allan Tornsberg & Vibeke Toft Denmark
1993 Paul Killick & Inga Haas Germany
1994 Ralf & Olga Muller Germany
1995 Louis van Amstel & July Fryer Netherlands
1996 Ralf & Olga Muller Germany
1997-1998 Holger Nitsche & Charlotte Egstrand Germany
1999 Matthew Cutler & Nicole Cutler England
2000 Slavik Kryklyvyj & Joanna Leunis Belgium
2001 Dmitriy Timokhin & Anna Bezikova Russia

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European Championships Allround


1976 David Sycamore & Denise Weavers England
1977 Andrew Smart & Ruby Young England
1978 David Sycamore & Denise Weavers England
1979 Raymond Myhrengen & Gunn Johansen Norway
1980 Max-Ulrich Busch & Renate Hilgert Germany
1981 Geir Bakke & Trine Dehli Norway
1982 Marcus Hilton & Karen Johnstone England
1983 David Griffen & Adele Preston England
1984-1985 Geir Bakke & Trine Dehli Norway
---IDSF-files since 1986:---
1986 Knut Seaborg & Tone Nyhagen Norway
1987 Andrew Sinkinson & Lorraine Barry England
1988 John Byrnes & Jane Littleton England
1989 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brinck Norway
1990 Asis Og Iran Khadjeh-Nouri Germany
1991-1992 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1993 Jan & Mirjam Zwijsen Netherlands
1994 Kai-Andre Lillebo & Monica Rotvold Norway
1995 Alexander Montenaro & Daniela Skarpil Germany
1996 Andrej Skufca & Katerina Venturini Slovenia
1997 Andrej Skufca & Katerina Venturini Slovenia
1998-1999 Allesandro Garofolo & Annalisa Di Fillipo Italy
2000 Peter Stokkebroe & Kristina Juul Denmark

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World Championships Standard


The "World Championships" held by Camille de Rhynal (Paris) from 1909 till 1939 are for those historicals. However we want to be complete so we will print them here. The Offical Championships are held since 1936.

1909Unknown
1910 Unknown
1911 Bayo France
1912 Unknown
1913 Simarra France
1914 Stefano Italy
1915 De Maxo France
1916-1918 No Championships due to the First Worldwar.
1919 Unknown
1920 Casimiro Ain & Mll Jasmine Argentina
1921 Mr & Mrs Halprson U.S.A.
Since 1922 there is a split between amateurs and professionals .
1922 Mr. Rueben & Miss De Breton England
1923 Mr. Rueben & Miss Jackson England
1924 Mr. Collard & Miss James England
1925-1928 Mr. W. Heath & Miss M. Heath England
1929 Mr. T. Colombo & Miss E. Dakshott Italy
1930 Mr. W. Heath & Miss M. Heath England
1931-1933 Mr. W. Heath & Miss. N. Wood England
1934 Mr. Drucker & Miss Rey France
1935-1939 Mr. W. Heath & Miss. N. Wood England

As early as 1932, the German Amateur Association, the "RPG" (Reichsverband zur Pflege des Gesellschaftstanzes) (German Imperial Association for the Promotion of Social Dancing) Urged the English to found an international amateur association. Unfortunately, their endeavours proved unsuccessful and it took another three years before, on 10 December 1935 the first international amateur organisation was founded in Prague, under t the name FIDA(Fédération Internationale de Dance pour Amateurs)

Founder members were the national associations of Austria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Yugoslavia, soon to be followed by the associations of the Baltic States, Belguim, Canada, Italy and Norway. The Austrian, Franz Buchler, of Graz was elected as its first president. The FIDA organised the offical championships for amateurs till 1939


1936
Under auspicien of FIDA and RPG (Reichsverband zur Pflege des Geschellschaftstanzen) With paticipation from 15 countries of 3 continents.

Champions: John Wells & René Sissions England


Due to the last competition all international competitions were admitted to and controled by FIDA until the outbreak of the second World War in 1939, when all international activity came to an end.

1937-1939 John Wells & René Sissions England

1940-1945 No WC because of Worldwar 2


After de second worldwar divers national and international organisations organised competitive Worldchampionships. The time wasn't ready for one steady organisation, due to the after-war chaos.

1946: Brussel, Salle Madeleine
UAO (Under Auspicien of): Union Belge des Amateurs de la Dance
Organizers: Maurice Mottie
Participation from 9 countries

Winner: George & Jean Holloway England

8-10 may 1947: Parijs, Coliseum
UAO : Several Amateur and Profesional Organisations
Organizers: Jean Hartman & J. Benoit
Participation from 10 countries

Winner: Bob Burgerss & Margaret Baker England

28 may - 2 june 1947: Parijs, Salle Robinson
UAO: Federation International de Dance
Union Syndicate Nationale Francaise
Organizers: Camille de Rhynal & Philip Richardson
Participation from 6 countries

Winner: Jacob Gerschweiler & Maise Walker England


3-5 march 1948: Helsinki, Messehallen
UAO:Liga fur Internationale Tanzturniere (Zurich)
International Sequence Old Time Dance Circle (Londen)
Conf. Internationale de Dance Sportive pour Amateurs (Parijs) Organizers: Niemela, Turunen, Vikman
Participation from 8 countries

Winner: Syd Perkin & Doris Prater England


15-17 april 1948: Paris, Coliseum
UAO: Federation Francaise de Dance pour Amateurs (Parijs)
en de andere twee uit Helsinki. (Liga fur Internationale Tanzturniere,Zurich. International Sequence Old Time Dance Circle ,Londen ?)
Organizers: J Hartman & J Benoit
Participation from 11 countries

Winner: Bob Burgess & Magaret Baker England


April 1949: Parijs Coliseum
UAO: Federation Francaise de Dance pour Amateurs (Parijs)
and two others from Helsinki. (Liga fur Internationale Tanzturniere,Zurich. International Sequence Old Time Dance Circle ,Londen ?)
Organizers: J Hartman & J Benoit
Participation: Unknown

Winner: René & Jacqueline Foucard France


2-3 december 1949: Brussel, Palaus Baus Arts
UAO: Union Belge des Amateurs de la Dance (Brussel)
International Dancing Sport-Union (Brussel)
Organizers; Maurice Mottie & Lewis Cools
Participation: Unknown

Winner: Arne & Agnus Rasmussen Denmark


12 march 1950: Kopenhagen, K.B. Hallen
UAO & Organizers: Amatordanse Forbund (Kopenhagen)
International Dancing Sport-Union (Brussel)
Participation: Unknown

Winner: Arne & Agnus Rasmussen Denmark


5-6 may 1950: Parijs, Coliseum
UAO: Federation Francaise de Dance pour Amateurs (Parijs)
and two others from Helsinki. (Liga fur Internationale Tanzturniere,Zurich. International Sequence Old Time Dance Circle ,Londen ?)
Organizers: J Hartman & J Benoit
Participation: Unknown

Winner: Albert Delisle & Monika Desmenger France


15-17 september 1950: Lausanne, Kurhaus
UAO: ?
Organizers: Arnold Greber
Participation Unknown
Winner: Eric Lashbrooke & Sheila Wolkinson England

At the European Championship from 30 July 1950 in Velden(Austria) the first attempts were made to revive the FIDA after the War. But the succes hoped for wasn't realised. Shortly afterwards, on 21st September of the same year, The ICBD(International Council of Ballroom Dancing) was founded in Edinburgh. Due to a prelimeray boycot and the new formation of an internatinal Amateur Association, the Worldchampionships of 1951 till 1958 were cancelled. The FIDA was replaced by the ICAD (International Council of Amateur Dancers) founded at Wiesbaden on 12 may 1957.

Till 1959 no offical competition took place.
The ICAD was founded with permission of the ICBD, which was forced to grant the permission by the many English amateur dancers. The first offical Worldchampionships (in 1959) was in Modern Dances as well as Latin. That's why Peter Eggleton en Diana Gradwell from England are also mentioned at the allround summaries.

From 1960 there were seperate Worldchampionships.
1959Peter Eggleton & Diana Gradwell England
1960 Michael Housemann & Valerie Waite England
1961 Anthony Hurley & Fay Saxton England
1962 Len Armstrong & Elaine Welche England
1963-1965 John & Betty Westley England
1966-1967 George Coad & Patricia Thompson England
1968 Mervyn Higgins & June Hunt England
1969-1970 Richard Gleave & Janet Wade England
1971 Byron Charlton & Maureen Alexander England
972-1973 Michael Barr & Vicky Green England
1974 Frank Venables & Linda Horwood England
1975 Glenn & Lynette Boyce England
1976 Robert & Barbara Grover England
1977 Greg Smith & Marion Alleyne Australia
1978 Stephen Hillier & Lindsay Tate England
1979-1980 Hans-Henrik & Anne-Margrethe Laxholm Denmark
1981 Kenny Welsh & Kathy Gilmartin England
1982 Max-Ulrich Busch & Renate Hilgert Germany
1983 John Wood & Heather Stuart England
1984-1985 Glenn Weiss & Gilliam Thicket Denmark
1986-1987 Oliver & Martina Wessel-Therhorn Germany
1988-1989 Andrew Sinkinson & Lorrainne Barry England
1990 Lasse Odegaard & Laila Krageböl Norway
1991-1992 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1993 Augusto Schiavo & Catherina Arzenton Italy
1994 Jens Werner & Charlotte Jörgensen Denmark
1995-1996 Massimo Giorgianni & Alessia Manfredini Italy
1997 Christopher Hawkins & Hazel Newberry England
1998-1999 William Pino & Allesandra Bucciarelli Italy
2000 Jonathan Crossley & Kylie Jones England
2001 Jonathan Crossley & Kylie Jones England

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World Championships Latin

1947 Rene & Jacqueline Foucard France
1948 Andre Michaud & Renee Collin France
1948 Rene & Jacqueline Foucard France
1949 Rene & Jacqueline Foucard France

At the European Championship from 30 July 1950 in Velden(Austria) the first attempts were made to revive the FIDA after the War. But the succes hoped for wasn't realised. Shortly afterwards, on 21st September of the same year, The ICBD(International Council of Ballroom Dancing) was founded in Edinburgh. Due to a prelimeray boycot and the new formation of an internatinal Amateur Association, the Worldchampionships of 1951 till 1958 were cancelled. The FIDA was replaced by the ICAD (International Council of Amateur Dancers) founded at Wiesbaden on 12 may 1957. Till 1959 no offical competition took place. The ICAD was founded with permission of the ICBD, which was forced to grant the permission by the many English amateur dancers. The first offical Worldchampionships (in 1959) was in Modern Dances as well as Latin. That's why Peter Eggleton en Diana Gradwell from England are also mentioned at the allround summaries.
In 1960 the first Worldchampionships were organised by the ICBD.
1960 Dr. Paul Hillion & Lucienne Descamps France
1961 Karl & Ursula Breuer Germany
1962 Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1963 Dr. Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1964 Robert Taylor & Anita Gent England
1965 John & Betty Westley England
1966-1967 Dr. Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1968 Peter Neubeck & Hanni Kaufmann Germany
1969 Raymond Root & Francis Spires England
1970 Peter Neubeck & Hanni Kaufmann Germany
1971 Peter & Hanni Neubeck Germany
1972-1973 Alan & Hazel Fletcher England
1974 Peter Maxwell & Linda Harmann England
1975 Jan & Ruth Walker England
1976 Espen & Kirsten Salberg Norway
1977 Jeffrey Dobinson & Debbie-Lee London England
1978-1979 David Sycamore & Denise Weavers England
1980 Raymond Myhrengen & Gunn Berglen JohannesenNorway
1981 Donnie Burns & Gaynor Fairweather Scotland
1982-1983 Marcus Hilton & Karen Johnstone England
1984 Colin James & Lene Mikkelen Denmark
1985 Horst Beer & Andrea Lankenau Germany
1986 Geir Bakke & Trine Dehli Norway
1987-1988 Knut Seaborg & Tony Nyhagen Norway
1989-1990 Hans-Reinhard Galke & Bianca Schreiber Germany
1991 Bryan Watson & Claudia Leoni Italy
1992 Allan Tornsberg & Vibeke Toft Denmark
1993 Paul Killick & Inga Haas Germany
1994-1995 Louis van Amstel & July Fryer Netherlands
1996 Ralf & Olga Müller Germany
1997 Holger Nitsche & Charlotte Egstrand Germany
1998 Michael Wentink & Beata Onefater South Africa
1999 Matthew and Nicole Cutler England
2000 Slavik Kryklyvyj and Joanna Leunis Belgium

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World Championships Allround

The first Allround Championships was held in 1959.
1959 Peter Eggleton & Diana Gradwell England
1960 Karl & Ursula Breuer Germany
1961 Anthony Hurley & Fay Saxton England
1962 Jürgen & Helga Bernhold Germany
1963 John & Betty Westley England
1964-1981 No championships held
1982 Marcus Hilton & Karen Johnstone England
1983-1985 Geir Bakke & Trine Delhi Norway
1986 Oliver & Martina Wessel-Therhorn Germany
1987 Hans Galke & Bianca Schreiber Germany
1988 Jason Gilkinson & Peta Ruby Australia
1989-1991 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1992 Frank & Andrea Knief Germany
1993 Paul Green & Karen Rufus Australia
1994 Jan & Mirjam Zwijsen Netherlands
1995 Sven Traut & Sybill Daute Germany
1996 Andrej Skufca & Katerina Venturini Slovenia
1997 Andrej Skufca & Katerina Venturini Slovenia
1998 Andrej Skufca & Katerina Venturini Slovenia
1999 Neilas Katinas & Anita Pocz Germany
2000 Peter Stokkebroe & Kristina Juel Denmark

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European Champions Youth Standard.

For the first time held in 1982 in Stuttgart.
1982 Andrew Sinkinson & Lorraine Barry England
1983 Tore Stadsvik & Jane Bentzen Norway
1984 Alan Dixon & Michelle Hurst England
1985 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1986 Flynn O'Grady & Julie Longhurst England
1987 Morten Haug & Lene Cecilie Einlyng Norway
1988 Timothy Howson & Amanda Owen England
1989 Kenneth Hauge & Line Klavestad Norway
1990 Scott Draper & Jane Hague England
After 1990 no European Championships were held.
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European Championship Youth Latin.

For the first time held in Bergen (Noorwegen) in 1981
1981 Alan Winter & Karen Turnbull England
1982 Christ. Johnston & Nicola Cranshaw England
1983 Claus Jordan & Mai-Britt Nielson Norway
1984 Peter Sidall & Michelle Peers England
1985-1986 Kim Rygel & Cecilie Brink Norway
1987 Flynn O'Grady & Julie Longhurst England
1988 Peter Friis Nielsen & Lotte Hybel Denmark
1989 Ian Waite & Melanie Walker England
1990 Kenneth Hauge & Line Klavestad Norway
After 1990 no European Championships were held.
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World Championships Youth Standard

1990 the first World Championships for youth were held in Berlin
1990 Scott Draper & Jane Hague England
1991-1992 Kai andre Lillebo & Monica Rotvold Norway
1993 Stefano & Chiara Franceschi Italy
1994 Peter Stokkebroe & Kristina Juul Denmark
1995 Robert Villa & Michela Cerea Italy
1996 David Gozzi & Mara Narduzzi Italy
1997 Linas Koreiva & Aira Bubnelyte Lithuania
1998 Donatas Vezelis & Lina Chathericinte Lithuania
1999 Oleksandr Prysyazhnyuk & Maria Antonavo Urkaine
2000 Misa Cigoj & Anastazija Novozilova Slovenia

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World Championships Youth Latin.

In 1990 the first Worldchampionships for youth were held in Calw (Germany)
.
1990 Jonathan Worral & Kate Davies England
1991-1992 Kai Lillebo & Monica Rotvold Norway
1993 Klaus Jensen & Mette Georgio Denmark
1994 Peter Stokkebroe & Kristina Juul Denmark
1995 Krajcer & Lesar Slovenia
1996 Roki Cesen & Jasna Gradiser Slovenia
1997 Roki Cesen & Jasna Gradiser Slovenia
1998 Stefano Di Filippo & Sara Magnanelli Italy
1999 Oleksandr Prysyazhnyuk & Maria Antonavo Urkaine
2000 Blaz Bezek & Gigi Fredi-Pedersen Denmark