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Inna Dyachenko

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Born: March 11
Hometown: Krasnodar, Russia
Current location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Inna Dyachenko (Inna Ivanenko) is a U.S. National and World Professional American Rhythm Champion, a DanceSport instructor, and the owner of Siti Dance Studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Inna Dyachenko 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, stopped gymnastics to pursue her dancing. All of the teachers that she worked with noticed her talent and recommended that she dance professionally.

Inna became a student at the Krasnodar School of Performing Arts in Krasnodar, Russia, her hometown. 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.

Life of Competing

Inna successfully competed at many competitions. She made the Russian National Final in the Professional Latin category and also won and placed as the top six couples at many international competitions.

After graduating from college, Inna 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, and the Ohio Star Ball Championships.

She was a three-time Fred Astaire National Professional American Rhythm Champion and is the 2005 U.S. National and World Professional American Rhythm Champion.

As an Instructor and Adjudicator

Inna coaches the Latin and American Rhythm programs for the University of Pennsylvania Ballroom Dance Team, currently one of the best collegiate teams in the country.

She is the owner of Siti Dance Studio where she coaches dancers of all ages the art of Ballroom Dancing.

She is also member of North American Dance Teachers Association and a certified Ballroom Adjudicator in the USA.


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