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Tina Gerova

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Hometown: Bulgaria
Current location: United States
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Tina Gerova is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International Style Latin, Standard and 10 Dance. Five time undefeated Bulgarian Professional Latin & Ten Dance Champion, Blackpool Dance Festival Rising Star Finalists.


Tina Gerova having ballroom danced for over 25 years, Tina has become well known in the dancesport world as an instructor, competitor, performer, choreographer, coach & adjudicator. With her partner, Plamen Danailov, she achieved remarkable results & world standings: Five time undefeated Bulgarian professional Latin Champions & Ten Dance Champions, Four times undefeated Fred Astaire National International Latin Champions, World Fred Astaire International Latin & Cabaret Champions, UK Open Professional Ten Dance Vice Champions, International Championships Rising Star Finalists, British Open Blackpool Dance Festival Rising Star Finalists, Two times European Show Dance Finalists, World Latin American Show Dance Finalists, Representatives at 10 world championships, Winners & finalists at all prestigious US competitions.

Tina Gerova currently manages the Fred Astaire East Side Studio, coaches & trains many amateur & professional couples, most of which have achieved great results, becoming champions & national finalists. Tina is licensed with the National Dance Council of America, US Terpsichore Association & World Dance Council. She is valued for her talent & achievements & is often invited to judge national & international dance competitions, as well as lecturing in various dance congresses. After a long & fulfilling career as professional dancer in the USA & around the world, Tina Gerova continues to enrich the dance community with her skills and long time experience in the art of dance.


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