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Alexey Silde

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Born: April 1, 1983
Hometown: Saint Petersburg, Russia
Current location: Moscow, Russia
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Alexey Silde is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International Style Latin. Alexey is 3 time Russian National Amateur Latin Champion, 2 time WDSF World Amateur Latin Champion as well as medalist at the all major competition like: German Open Championships (GOC), International Championships and Blackpool Dance Festival. Currently Alexey is a WDSF Licensed Adjudicator and a coach of the Russian, European and World Champions.

Overview

Alexey Silde is a former Russian professional ballroom dancer, together with his partner Anna Firstova they have achieved many National and International titles. Alexey and Anna are 3 time Russian National Amateur International Style latin Champion, WDSF European Amateur Latin Champion, 2 time WDSF World Amateur Latin Champion, WDSF World Games Latin Champion as well as medalist at the all major competition like: German Open Championships (GOC), International Championships and Blackpool Dance Festival.

In 2011 couple turned to Professional Division of DanceSport. As a Professional dancers they have become:"WDSF European Professional latin Champions, WDSF World Professional Latin Champions.

At their last dance competition, "German Open Championships" (GOC), after competing together for more than 10 years Alexey Silde and Anna Firstova has retired from competitive DanceSport.

Currently Alexey is a WDSF Licensed Adjudicator and a coach of the Russian, European and World Champions.

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