Katusha Demidova is the most titled ballroom dancer in United States history. With her previous partner Jonathan Wilkins she was 12 times United States National Professional Ballroom Champion and World Ballroom Show Dance Champion. Her current partner is Arunas Bizokas, and together they have won every major Championship in the world. Among their titles are: 2 times World Professional Ballroom Champions, 3 times British Open (Blackpool) Professional Ballroom Champions, and 3 times United States National Professional Ballroom Champions. They have been guest performers on Dancing With The Stars and featured performers on the popular PBS television show “Championship Ballroom Dancing.”
As a competitor, Vibeke was extremely successful throughout her entire career. Representing Denmark with her partner Allan Tornsberg, they won the 1991 and 1992 European Amateur Latin Championships as well as The World Amateur Latin Championship in 1992. In May 1993, Allan and Vibeke danced their first competition together as a Professional couple and won the gold medal at the British Open Rising Star Professional Latin Championship. In 1994, they made their first Professional Latin World Championship final in Tokyo.
Vibeke Toft and Allan Tornsberg remained grand finalists in all major championships from 1993-1996. Some of their finest placings include being the silver medalists at the 1995 European Professional Latin Championship in Germany as well as the gold medalists at the 1995 French Open Professional Latin Championship.
In 1996, Vibeke Toft teamed up with Paul Killick.
In their first Professional competition, Paul and Vibeke were placed 4th in the British Open Professional Latin in Blackpool, England.
As a professional DanceSport instructor, Vibeke Toft helps her student competitors get on the road to becoming champions all throughout the world.
Inna is originally from Russia, where she started dancing at the age of 7 as a part of her gymnastics program. She fell in love with Ballroom Dancing and, at 12 years old, she stopped gymnastics and decided just to dance. Inna became a student at Krasnodar School of Performing Arts. In addition to her extensive training in Ballroom Dancing, Inna studied ballet, folk dance, and choreography for different types of shows, formation dancing, and theatre. She successfully competed at many competitions, made a Russian National Final in Professional Latin and won or placed in the top six couples at many international competitions. After graduation from college she moved to the United States to continue her professional career. She won many competitions such as the Emerald Ball, Heritage Classic, American Star Ball, Embassy Ball, Ohio Star Ball, etc. She was three times the Fred Astaire National Professional American Rhythm Champion and is the 2005 U.S. National and World Professional American Rhythm Champion.
Alexandra was born in Kazakhstan and began dancing at age five. Together with her partner Peter Perzhu, Alexandra has had many achievements. These include 5 times US Professional 9-Dance Champions as well as US Professional Smooth Champions. Also together they became United States Professional Rhythm Finalists 2010-2013.