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Yelena Nikon

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Born: August 7, 1969
Hometown: Toronto, Canada
Current location: Toronto, Canada
Current status:

Yelena Nikon is a former Amateur and Professional Ballroom Dancer specializing in International Style Standard and Latin. Yelena is a co-owner of the "Dance Mania DanceSport School" in Toronto, Canada and an organizer of the "Toronto Grand Cup". Yelena is also a Canada DanceSport National Adjudicator as well as an adjudicator for the World DanceSport Federation.

Overview

Yelena Nikon is a former Amateur and Professional Ballroom Dancer specializing in International Style Standard and Latin. She has participated in various European and World Championships throughout her competitive career.

Yelena has been a dance coach as well as the owner of multiple dance studios since 1985. She is currently an instructor and one of the owners of the "Dance Mania DanceSport School" located in Toronto, Canada, from which she has raised many Canadian Champions that have grown to represent Canada in the World Championships. Yelena, with husband Igor Nikon, are also the organizers of the "Toronto Grand Cup" competition.

Yelena Nikon is a Canada DanceSport National Adjudicator as well as a WDSF Professional Licensed Adjudicator and WDSF "A" Licensed Adjudicator.

As an adjudicator, Yelena has judged the WDSF European Youth Standard Championship in Chisinau, Moldova, the WDSF Latin and Standard Grand Slams in Moscow, Russia, the WDSF Senior I Standard World Championship in Kistelek, Hungary as well as multiple other WDSF Open events.

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