From Paso Doble to breakdancing, Russia’s Europeans silver medallist is passionate about wheelchair dancing.
Russian European singles silver medallist Maksim Sedakov will make his 2015 debut at the IPC Wheelchair Dance Kazakhstan Open in Astana, from 17-19 April.
Here the breakdancing 30 year-old gives us an insight into his favourite moves and dances.
Russia’s innovative singles Europeans silver medallist will use the upcoming Kazakhstan Open as a springboard to achieve his ultimate aim for 2015.
“I like the new categories in wheelchair dance sport,” Sedakov said. “In singles an athlete shows full technical skills of using the body and a wheelchair. Freestyle is even more challenging because the athlete here should live in his own dance, in his own character.”
Our dear friends! The year 2014 is leaving. That was a year of success and luck for the IPC Wheelchair Dance Sport.
We have successfully performed at many international competitions.
IPC Wheelchair Dance Sport was presented at Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games for the first time.
The 2014 IPC Wheelchair Dance Sport European Championship was held in Warsaw with great success.
And, of course, we would like to mention the 2014 Continents Cup which was held in St.Petersburg for the 6th time.
We could not have achieved such significant success without your support and attention! Thanks to you, our amazing and unique sport is becoming increasingly popular, gaining more fans and attracting more and more athletes from all around the World!
Together with you we are writing the history of the IPC Wheelchair Dance Sport. We are looking forward to the next year competitions and further development of the Sport. With your support we can achieve any aims!
In the year 2015 we wish you and your family to enjoy new achievements in all your activities.
Be healthy, wealthy and worth!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!