If Mollman, who competes in the classic division, should deliver a sub-par performance in Anaheim, while Cox and her partner finish first, Cox could take the lead for the first time ever in the individual race.
“That’s not likely,” said Cox, who grew up in Costa Mesa. Cox said she’s trying not to think about first place this year. “If you sell them confidence, they’ll buy it.” She has more confidence this year. In the past month, she started dating Jordan Frisbee. Frisbee is still Mollman’s dance partner, and they work out and travel with Cox and Dearborn.
Tatiana Mollmann-Bennett was born to a Russian/Italian mother and German father.
As a child, she studied ballet, gymnastics and West Coast Swing.
(Classic swing, on the other hand, requires no lifts.) Also, Cox is second in the individual category in the National Association of Swing Dance Events.
Sunday evening, Cox will find out if this is her year. Cox and her partner, Parker Dearborn, are among the favorites in the showcase division, which requires one partner to lift the other.
Jordan majored in Business and Entrepreneurship during his college years at LBCC AND CSULB.Learn More Tatiana always dreamed of making an impact on people in a positive way and West Coast Swing gave her that opportunity.The life that they have experienced in this journey is a life that can't even be explained.From 2000 to 2015 her partnership with Jordan Frisbee has resulted in several championship awards.They have won 11 West Coast Swing Classic Division Championships.
In 2000, he formed a partnership with Tatiana, and the rest is history.