Coupe de Prestige

Coupe de Prestige – Information updated January 2020

**This competition is francophone. All information has been translated from French. English information is not available from the competition direct.

Basic Information:


Organizers: Andre Poirier

Facebook: None for this specific event

Location: Longueuil, Quebec

Usual Date: 4th Saturday in January

Registration Deadline: Early-January

Private Videotaping: Permitted!

Schedule Information:

  • Daytime – All pro/am events
  • Evening – No pro/am events

Cash Prizes Offered: No. No scholarship events are offered.

2018/2019 Multi-Dance Event Size Range:

Closed Events:

Standard Latin Smooth Rhythm
Bronze A 0/1 0/1
B 1/0 1/1 1/1
C 1/2 2/3 1/1 0/2
D 0/2 1/3 2/1 2/2
E 1/0 1/1
Silver A 2/0
B 0/1
C 1/1 1/2 0/1
D 2/1 0/3
E 0/1
Gold A 1/1
B 0/1 0/1
C 0/1 0/1

Open Events:

Standard Latin Smooth Rhythm
Bronze A
B 1/0
C 1/1 1/1 1/1
D 1/1 0/1
Silver A
B 0/1 1/1
C 1/2 1/0 1/1
D 0/1
Gold A 0/2
B 0/4 0/1
C 0/1 0/2 1/1 1/0
D 0/1 0/2

Previous Year’s Results:

Multi-Dance and Scholarship Event Information:

2020 CdP Multi Dance Events

There is no information on heat length, although there are some videos on you-tube showing part heats.



  • Competitor’s pass – $40

Entry Fees:

  • Single Dance Event (per couple) – $15 per event
  • Closed and Open Multi-Dance Event (per couple) – $30 per event

***This competition charges a 3% administrative fee for credit card transactions


CdP is a small one-day competition with very reasonable prices. In addition to pro/am events, it also offers individual events, a team match event and has a large amateur portion. Its pro/am section appears to be growing annually.

While we make every effort to be accurate, information is posted as a guideline only and subject to change. Please refer to the websites posted for the most up-to-date and accurate information. Our cost information are competition fees only. Keep in mind that most professionals charge their own fees in addition to these costs (as is fair for the amazing work they do). P/ADC is not responsible for the accuracy of information.