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Dan Fellows


After winning the World Coffee in Good Spirits Championship (WCiGS) in Brazil 2018, Dan Fellows was already developing his WCiGS routine for 2019 in Berlin, Germany.

“After winning in 2018, I already knew what I wanted to present in the 2019 routine. I was immensely proud and excited by the concept,” says Dan.

“Almost everyone has asked me why I would take such a huge risk and enter a world championship I won previously, but I always believed that I would regret not showcasing the

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