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LEADERSHIP OF COMPETITION
With 273 couples, the largest dancing competition of the EuroGames in latin and ballroom dancing so far will take place at the Olympic Hall in Munich.
NEW: 10 DANCES VALUATION
For the first time an official valuation for all-round couples including an award ceremony for the best three female and the best three male couples will be included in the EuroGames (please find all details with the rules).
Additional news is that the wheelchair dance competition will be held during the dancing tournament.
TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE AND TIME TABLE
Important: all couples have to show up personally at the tournament desk in the Olympic Hall no later than one hour before the beginning of the general look.
Following the "general look" for all couples, a selection round will be performed. The judges will check the dancing level of the couples and if needed the judges will up or downgrade the couples.
The first and second rounds and the semifinals (hidden valuation) as well as the finals (open valuation) will follow.
Women and men will dance separately and will be evaluated in the same way.
10 DANCES VALUATION
For the first time, the EuroGames dance tournament will include an official valuation for all-round couples including a medal ceremony for the best three female and the best three male couples. All couples who are competing both in ballroom and in latin in the same constellation will be listed in an overall calculation. To find out the best versatile dancers, the rankings of the ballroom competition and the latin competition will be added. The winning couple of an A level ballroom or latin will receive the place number 1, the couple who was placed 2nd will receive number 2 and so on. The couple with the lowest summed up place number will be awarded the first gold medal for allround dancers in the history of the EuroGames.
The rules for same-sex couple dancing by the EGLSF Technical Commission on Dancing apply for this tournament.
For the wheelchair dancers we offer duo and combi dance. The couple's gender is unimportant. Further information on the tempo can be found at www.rollstuhltanzsport.de, at the "Überblick" - "Wertungskriterien".
Take subway no. U3 to station "Olympiazentrum". After exiting the station walk left and into Lilian-Board-Weg, which leads you directly to the Olympic Hall.
The Olympic Hall is located directly next to the Rainbow Village.
INFORMATION FOR DISABLED PEOPLE
In case it is not possible for disabled competitors travel to the Olympic Hall by public transport (see way description), a few parking lots are available directly in front of the tournament hall. The tournament hall offers easy access through wide enough doors.TOILETS
Special toilets suitable for disabled people are available at the tournament venue.
During the whole tournament, qualified paramedics will be present or can be called on location within minutes, who can react immediately in the unlikely event of an emergency.