Dance Profile of Sergey Sourkov & Agnieszka Melnicka Dance Profile of Sergey Sourkov & Agnieszka Melnicka
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Sergey Sourkov (Poland) & Agnieszka Melnicka (Poland)

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They are no longer competing together (2014 May)


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We have recorded: 45 of their results as Amateur , 127 of their results as Professional
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Latin - 1979 see graph
Based on 172 results. Last on Wednesday, 28 May 2014

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Biography/Couple History

Sergey Sourkov & Agnieszka Melnicka started dancing together in 2001 (March) as Amateur They do not compete together anymore and were last registered as a couple in Russia. They danced in Professional .

Their first competition that is recorded in our database was in England - Frimley Green on 2001 (May). So far their best mark in our database is getting into 1 in the WDC European Open Professional Latin (WDC European Open Professional Latin Championship in Russia - Moscow on Saturday, 26 April 2014).

They joined together after Sergey and Ksenia Balovneva split in 2000 (June) - see profile and Agnieszka and Andreas Dale split in 2001 (January) - see profile

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History of country and status changes (timeline)

PolandRussia
AmateurProfessional
01 Mar 200101 Jan 200620 Apr 2009

First competition recorded

Imperial May 2001 - Amateur Latin (Latin ) in England - Frimley Green on Saturday, 19 May 2001

Last competition recorded

Blackpool Dance Festival 2014 - Professional Latin (Latin ) in England - Blackpool on Wednesday, 28 May 2014

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