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Francesco Flumiani

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Hometown: Udine, Italy
Current location: San Jose, California
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Francesco Flumiani is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International Style Standard. Bronze Medalist at the German Open Championships (GOC) Youth Standard, finalist at the British Open Under 21 Standard, bronze medalist at the UK Open Championships Amateur Rising Star Standard.

Overview

Originally from Udine, Italy Francesco Flumiani has compete at all major competition around the world. Dancing in category Youth and Under 21, Francesco had accomplish final at the British Open also known as Blackpool Dance Festival and placed 3-rd at the German Open Championships (GOC).

As an Amateur athlete Francesco Flumiani placed 3-rd at the UK Open Championships Rising Star Standard and second at the IDSF Open to the World Standard.

Professional

In 2002 Francesco Flumiani turned professional. From 2002 till 2006 He has achieved many titles. Together with Charlotte Jorgensen they have placed 3-rd at the Heritage Classic Professional International Style Standard Open Championships, with Roberta Sun they was Gold Medalist at the Holiday Dance Classic Professional Rising Star Standard, finalist at the San Francisco Open and Emerald Ball, in 2005 they have won Professional Rising Star Standard at the Manhattan Dancesport Championships.

In 2006 Francesco together with Diana Surkis, have accomplish finalist at the Millenium Dancesport and Desert Classic, and placed Second at the International Grand Ball Championships Professional International Style Standard.

TV

In 2004 Francesco Flumiani played young dance teacher in the movie "Shall We Dance" with Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez.

Accomplishments

Dance Partners

Entrepreneurship


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