Dance Profile of Derek Hough & Rosa Filippello Dance Profile of Derek Hough & Rosa Filippello
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Derek Hough (England) & Rosa Filippello (Australia)

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They are no longer competing together (2005 June)


Rosa Filippello is currently dancing with Arkady Bakenov (see profile).

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We have recorded: 4 of their results as Amateur
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Latest rating

Latin - 1763 see graph
Unreliable yet - only 4 result(s). Last on Monday, 23 May 2005

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Biography/Couple History

Derek Hough & Rosa Filippello started dancing together in 2004 (September) as Amateur They do not compete together anymore and were last registered as a couple in England. They danced in Amateur .

Their first competition that is recorded in our database was in England - Frimley Green on 2004 (October). So far their best mark in our database is getting into 3 in the Amateur Latin (The Imperial Championships in England - Frimley Green on Sunday, 10 October 2004).

They joined together after Derek and Aneta Piotrowska split in 2004 (July) - see profile and Rosa and Clive Uter split in 2004 (September) - see profile

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History of country and status changes (timeline)

England
Amateur
01 Sep 2004

First competition recorded

The Imperial Championships - Amateur Latin (Latin ) in England - Frimley Green on Sunday, 10 October 2004

Last competition recorded

Crystal Palace Cup 2005 - IDSF International Open Latin (Latin ) in England - London on Monday, 23 May 2005

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