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Frederic Mosa

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Born: July 31
Current location: Vienne, France
Current status:

Frederic Mosa is a former Professional Ballroom dancer specializing in both International Style Latin and Standard. He has represented France at the 1998 IDSF World Ten Dance Championships in Hilleroed (Denmark). Currently Frederic is owner and coach at the Dance Studio, Fédération Française de Danse National and World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) Licensed Adjudicator, Lecture and Instructor at the many seminars and camps. Organizer in Dance Sport Team.


Frederic Mosa is a former Professional Ballroom dancer specializing in both International Style Latin and Standard. Frederic together with his partner and later wife Sandra Mosa have competed at many major international competitions (France, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark and Germany). In 1998 they have represented their country of France at the IDSF World Ten Dance Championships in Hilleroed (Denmark).

World Renowned Adjudicator

Aside from being a National Adjudicator for the Fédération Française de Danse, Since 2010 Frederic Mosa is a World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) "A" Licensed and "PD" Adjudicator. He has judged many WDSF events including but not limited to:

  • Multiple WDSF Adult International Style Latin &Standard at the International and World Opens in:
    • 2018 - Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary), Moscow Region (Russia), Bucharest (Romania), Debrecen (Hungary), Prague (Czech Republic)
    • 2017 - Nice (France), Moscow (Russia), Malta (Malta), Cambrils (Spain), Prague (Czech Republic), Bertrange (Luxembourg), Miami (United States), Riga (Latvia)
    • 2016 - Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary), Lausanne (Switzerland), Moscow (Russia), Paris (France), Batumi (Georgia), Prague (Czech Republic), Warsaw (Poland), Lillestrøm (Norway)
    • 2015 - Pieve Di Cento (Italy), Riga (Latvia), Alassio (Italy), Sibiu (Romania), Elblag (Poland), Bucharest (Romania), Pomezia (Italy), Lillestrom (Norway)
    • 2014 - Antwerp (Belgium), Malta (Malta), Izhevsk (Russia), Paris (France), Alassio (Italy), Wuppertal (Germany), Burgas (Bulgaria), Elblag (Poland), Pomezia (Italy), Vienna (Austria), Lillestrom (Norway)
    • 2013 - Moscow (Russia), Aarhus (Denmark), Zevenbergen (Netherlands), Alassio (Italy), Wuppertal (Germany), Lisbon (Portugal), Warsaw (Poland), Kiev (Ukraine), Riga (Latvia)
    • 2012 - Bassano (Italy), Bologna (Italy), Olsztyn (Poland), Sudak (Ukraine), Wuppertal (Germany), Burgas (Bulgaria), Moscow (Russia), Vienna (Austria), Tallinn (Estonia), Riga (Latvia)
    • 2011 - Bassano (Italy), Thessaloniki (Greece), Alassio (Italy), Lisbon (Portugal), Ancona (Italy), Mons (Belgium), Moscow (Russia), Vienna (Austria)
    • 2010 - Pieve di Cento (Italy), Ashdod (Israel),

  • Multiple WDSF Grand Slam, European and World Championships in:
    • 2018: WDSF GrandSlam Standard & Latin in Helsinki (Finland)
    • 2017:
      • WDSF European PD Latin Championship in St. Petersburg (Russia)
      • WDSF World Senior III Standard Championship in Miami (United States)
      • WDSF World Senior I Latin Championship in Miami (United States)
    • 2016:
    • 2015: WDSF GrandSlam Standard in Stuttgart (Germany)
    • 2014:
    • 2013: WDSF World Junior II Standard Championship in Moscow (Russia)
    • 2012: WDSF GrandSlam Latin in Stuttgart (Germany)
    • 2011: IDSF PD World Latin Championship in Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
    • 2010: IDSF PD European Latin Championship in Ashdod (Israel)

Currently Frederic Mosa is a Dance Teacher, Instructor, Coach, lecture at many seminars, camps and congresses as well as National and World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) Licensed Adjudicator. Organizer in Dance Sport Team.


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