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Mirjam Zwijsen

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Born: April 7, 1969
Hometown: Netherlands
Current location: Rome, Italy
Current status:

Mirjam Zwijsen is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International Style Latin, Standard and 10 Dance. Mirjam is a WDSF World Amateur 10 Dance Finalist, WDSF World Cup Amateur Latin Champion, WDDSC European Professional Ten Dance Champion, WDDSC World Professional Ten Dance Champion. Currently Mirjam is a WDSF Licensed Adjudicator, coach, instructor and organizer of the dance camp "The Dance Factory".

Overview

First partner Mirjam Zwijsen was Jan Zwijsen, together they were represented Netherlands. In 1996 couple decided to finish their partnership, best results was: WDSF World Amateur 10 Dance Finalist, WDSF World Cup Amateur Latin Champion, Silver Medalist at the WDDSC European and World Professional Ten Dance Championship in (1995).

From 1996 till 1998 Mirjam Zwijsen was dancing with Michael Hull. Couple had represent Germany. Best result was: WDDSC European Professional Ten Dance Champion and WDDSC World Professional Ten Dance Champion.

In 1997 Mirjam Zwijsen was performing with Geir Bakke, they got in to the semi-final Professional Latin at the "UK Open, couple was represented Norway.

In 2000 Mirjam Zwijsen begun dancing with Sandro Cavallini. Together they have represented Italy. Best result was a quarter final Professional Latin at the "UK Open Championships. In 2002 couple finished their partnership.

Currently Mirjam is one of the best dance instructors in Europe. She is a lecture at "The Camp Wuppertal" one of the biggest DanceSport camps in the world, also Mirjam is organizer of "The Dance Factory" International Training Camp located in Oss, Netherland. Mirjam Zwijsen is a National and WDSF World Class Adjudicator.

Accomplishments

Dance Partners

  • Jan Zwijsen
  • Michael Hull
  • Sandro Cavallini
  • Geir Bakke

Entrepreneurship


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