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Slavik Legkovenko

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Born: December 5, 1975
Hometown: Ukraine
Current location: Old Bridge, New Jersey
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Slavik Legkovenko is a former Professional Ballroom Dance competitor specializing in the International Style Latin. Slavik is a National Ukrainian Champion, semi-finalists in European Championship (Moscow), 2008 top 9 in German Open Championships (GOC) and 2012 semi-finalists in World Championship in Paris (France). Slavik has 30 years of teaching experience, his couples have won countless Nationals and International Championships.

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Slavik Legkovenko is a World Class Adjudicator from Ukraine. He is the former owner of one of the top dance studios in the Ukraine, Dance-Style and has 30 years of teaching experience. During his teaching career his juvenile, junior and youth couples won countless Nationals and International Championships, including Ukrainian National Championnships, Blackpool Dance Festival, The International Championships, World Championship (France) and other top World competitions.

Slavik and his partner Mila Lehkovenko are 2005, 2008, 2011 Ukrainian National Champions in Professional Latin division. Top 74 from 266 couples in Professional Latin at the "Blackpool Dance Festival", Top 25 from 130 couples in Professional Rising Star Latin at the UK Open Championships. They are semi-finalists in European Championship (Moscow), 2008 top 9 in German Open Championships (GOC), 2010 top 17 in International Championships in England, 2012 semi-finalists in World Championship in Paris (France).

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