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Barbara McColl

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Born: April 19
Hometown: London, United Kingdom
Current location: London, United Kingdom
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Barbara McColl is a former Professional Ballroom Dancer who specializes in International Style Latin. She is a 4-time Blackpool and 3-time UK Open Professional Latin Champion as well as the current organizer of the World Dance Council's Paris Worlds Championship held annually in Paris, France.

Overview

Barbara McColl, originally from London, United Kingdom, is a British Professional Ballroom Dancer, teacher, and adjudicator who specializes in International Style Latin.

Barbara is known for her partnership with Sammy Stopford, with whom she has competed with over 10 years. Together, they achieved such accomplishments as becoming 4-time Blackpool Professional Latin Champions as well as 3-time UK Open Professional Latin Champions. The pair also won the European Professional Latin Championships, the Star Championship, the Super World Cup, the World Team Championships, and the United States Open Latin Championships.

Barabara is the organizer of the World Dance Council's (WDC) Open World Championships held in Paris, France (also known as Paris Worlds).

She has taught many World Champions such as Michael Malitowski, Riccardo Cocchi, Sergey Surkov, and Maurizio Vescovo.

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