Although there are many amazing performances in the many ’X Got Talent’ presentations throughout the world, the acrobatic routines have to be among the most aesthetically stunning.
Due of this, when Duo Destiny performed at Poland’s Got Talent, they astounded the judges and won a standing ovation.
Before they joined forces, Duo Destiny’s two members both had illustrious careers in acrobatics.
Kinga Grzeskow was born on June 27, 1995, in Zielona Gora, Poland. At the age of seven, she started training in acrobatic sports. Four years later, she was chosen to play for her country’s squad.
The following six years saw her compete on a global scale. She participated in the 2012 World Championships in Orlando to round off her career with the squad.
She continued her education throughout her work up to this time, and she didn’t receive her diploma until 2014.
Following that, she performed in the LumiAir show in Malaysia as part of the Australian firm Aerial Angels.
1988 saw the birth of Goncarlo in Samora Correia, Portugal. He started playing acrobatic sports when he was eleven, a little older than Kinga.
He participated in the mixed pair competition and advanced quickly. He had a highly successful career,
winning the World Cup, the European Championship, the World Championship, and the World Ranking Championship between 2010 and 2013.
He maintained his schooling while also participating in acrobatic sports, and after graduating from high school, he enrolled in a university where he earned a degree in Sports and Physical Education.
He began his career as a personal trainer and accepted a position at a gym in Lisbon where he worked with clients who had medical issues.
Before destiny, or more specifically Kinga, came knocking, he worked there for five years.
She begged Goncarlo to come and be her companion because she had landed a job in the Pirates Adventure and Reloaded Show in Mallorca.
It was the beginning of a brilliantly fruitful collaboration, and Duo Destiny was created. They shared the stage in a number of hugely popular productions over the following few years,
including Cirque Andrenaline, the Mondial Festival du Cirque demain in Paris, and the World Cup DAIDOGEI Street Festival in Japan.
Then, in 2018, they made the decision to participate in Poland’s Got Talent, where they breezed through the auditions and semifinals to win.