Nearly 170 athletes from 22 nations are expected to compete over 18 medals events, up four from the 2015 World Championships in Rome, Italy. Malle 2017 will be the second World Championships to feature single and freestyle events, after both disciplines were added in 2014.
Couples will then light up the dance floor in the afternoon, first with the combi standard class 1 and 2 events; followed by the duo Latin class 2 and 1 events, as well as the combi freestyle class 1 and 2 events.
The Malle 2017 World Para Dance Sport Championships will be live streamed at www.worldparadancesport.com and www.youtube.com/ParalympicSportTV. The complete schedule is available on the Malle 2017 website and is subject to change.