August 08, 2021 09:21
Dancer Catania Julia Berry wins the Professional Soloists category for the first edition of the new Women’s World Salsa competition, which was held in Puerto Rico, as part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the World Salsa Congress. Perry beat Colombian vice world champion Estefania Vargas and Puerto Rican Kimberly Aponte in an exciting final. United States representative Zoe Hosky ranked fourth, while Venezuelan Emily Lopez and Jennifer Greer ranked fifth and sixth, respectively. The six professional contenders reached the final thanks to their choreographic work. But for the final improvisation it was used to elect a new hero.
The Women’s World Championships has skills for girls from the age of 10 to adults aged 30 and over, both amateurs and professionals. Contestants from Ireland, Italy, the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, Haiti and Puerto Rico, among others, participated.
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