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Sveta Daly

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Born: October 19, 1984
Hometown: Odessa, Ukraine
Current location: Laguna Niguel, California
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Sveta Daly is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in 10 dance and American Style "Rhythm". Have been US National and World Professional American Rhythm Finalist.

Overview

Sveta Daly and her husband, Jason Daly, are ranked as one of the top 6 Open Professional American Rhythm Competitors in the World and USA. Finalists at the Ohio Star Ball Championships, California Open Champs, San Francisco Open Champs, Vegas Open Champs, City Lights Ball Cahmps, NYDF Champs, California Star Ball Champs and many more. Individually they have been World and European representatives in International Style Latin and 10 Dance Championships.

Today with over 45 years combined experience they have been lucky enough to be exposed to the top coaches, and have a wealth of experience at competing in every level internationally. One of the strengths that makes them sought-after coaches is their ability to relate to dancers of every level, having themselves begun competing as beginners and ultimately reaching the top of their field in Open Professional divisions. The results of their successful coaching style has earned them Top Teacher awards at many competitions including Desert Dancesport Classic, California Open, Emerald Ball, California Star Ball, and Embassy Ball.

Also Sveta Daly and Jason Daly is owners of The Dance Daly Dance Studio and member of National Dance Council of America.

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