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Jaroslaw Radzimierski

See also: Categories: Instructors, Adjudicators, Dancers, Latin

Born:
Hometown: Nowy Glinnik, Poland
Current location: Lawrenceville, NJ (USA)
Current status:

Jaroslaw Radzimierski is a former Professional Ballroom Dance specializing in the International Style Standard. Jaroslaw is a finalist of many major U.S. competition in Professional Rising Star International Style Standard. Currently Jaroslaw is a National Adjudicator certified Instructor and Owner of the "Viva Ballroom Dance Fitness" in Lawrenceville NJ.

Overview

Jaroslaw Radzimierski started his adventure with ballroom dance at 10 years old in Poland. Since then, dance became his life passion.

After Jaroslaw graduated in 2004 with his Masters degree in Diplomacy and Political Affairs at University of International Studies, he decided to move to America to follow his passion for Ballroom dance. In 2008, Jaroslaw became the founder and co-owner of "Viva Ballroom Dance Fitness" in Lawrenceville NJ.

Mr. Radzimierski is also known to be a Professional Rising Star competitor who has placed in the finals of many competitions such as "United States DanceSport Championships", "Manhattan DanceSport Championships", "Empire Dance Championship", "American Star Ball Championships", "NJ State Open DanceSport Championships".

He specializes in International style Standard and Latin, as well as American Smooth and Rhythm. Jaroslaw is also a certified dance Instructor and Adjudicator through DIVIDA.

His kindness, patience, great personality, experience, and wealth of knowledge are the attributes most appreciated by his students.

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