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David Elkin

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Born: August 18
Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Current location: Nashville, Tennessee
Current status:

David Elkin is a former 4-time Professional World Champion, 7-time Professional United States Champion, and a 3-time Professional British Champion, now an elite instructor and adjudicator with over 28 years of dance experience. David is the owner and director of World Champion Productions and a co-organizer of the Ultimate DanceSport Challenge.

Overview

David Elkin, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, has received numerous awards and titles. As a Professional competitor, he holds 4 World Titles, 7 U.S. Titles, and 3 British Titles in competitive Ballroom dancing. He has also achieved numerous accomplishments such as becoming the Unsurpassed Overall Triple Crown Grand Champion, a Feather Award Recipient, and a member of the Millennium Hall of Fame as well as the National Dance Council of America.

David has been in the business of DanceSport for over 28 years. He has channeled his passion for the industry into teaching the next generation of champions and judging many competitions across the country.

As a World Dance Council and National United States adjudicator, David specializes in International Style Standard, International Style Latin, American Smooth, American Rhythm and the Theatrical Style.

David began the next chapter in his DanceSport career as the co-organizer of the Ultimate DanceSport Challenge. David is also the owner and director of World Champion Productions, his dance studio with locations in both Hendersonville and Mt. Juliet, Tennessee.

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