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Viktoriya Drubetskaya

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Born: March 21
Hometown: Tiraspol, Moldova
Current location: New York, New York
Current status:

Viktoriya Drubetskaya is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International style Latin and American Rhythm. Victoriya is USA Professional Rising Star Latin Champion, 2 times US and World Mambo Champion, also she is WDSF Technical Examiner.

Overview

Viktoriya Drubetskaya was born in Moldova and came to US in 1991. She started dancing and acrobatics when she was five.

She was US Rising Star International Latin Champion and Two Time World Mambo Champion, UK Rising Star Latin Finalist(3rd). She and Jose Decamps were also ranked 8th in US Professional Latin Championship, as well as US American Rhythm Finalist (3rd).

She has been working with children and has trained couples to become US Amateur Junior1 and Junior2 Latin Champions, as well as Youth Latin Finalists and Amateur Latin Finalist, and 10-dance USA Dance Champions.

She has been Certified in LOD(language of dance stage 1 and 2), as well as CMA (certified movement analyst) at the Laban Institute of Movement Studies in New York. Presently, she is getting certified in Eric Franklin Teaching Method (he is an author of Imagery for Dynamic Alighnment and Conditioning for Dancers).

She has just been awarded Grand Master of Dance Degree by Dvida in Ballroom and Latin, as well as American Smooth and American Rhythm and is available for judging and coaching.

As of Jnauary 2016, Viktoriya became a WDSF Technical Examiner.

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