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The World Urban Games set to begin in Budapest (HUN) 12/09/2019

Budapest (HUN) hosts the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games (WUG), the innovative new project organised by the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF). Breaking events take over the spotlight this Friday and Saturday, and all the battles will be livestreamed on the Olympic Channel.

Breaking will feature on the programme of the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games. The event will also feature 3x3 basketball, BMX freestyle, flying disc freestyle, parkour and roller freestyle. In addition, indoor rowing and laser run will be on the programme as showcase sports.

Twenty-four breakers have qualified for the event from the recent 2019 WDSF World Breaking Championship in Nanjing, three b-boys and b-girls have qualified from the Outbreak Europe event in Slovakia in July and two places have been allotted to breakers from the host country. The line-up for Breaking at the World Urban Games is as follows:

B-Girls

Ami (JPN), Sunny (USA), Jilou (GER), Ying Zi (CHN), Roxy (GBR), Ayane (JPN), Madmax (BEL), Queen Mary (BUL), Logistix (USA), Fresh Bella (KOR), Vavi (RUS), Paulina (POL), Csepke (HUN), Kate (UKR), San Andrea (FRA), and Sarah Bee (FRA).

B-Boys

Menno (NED), Lussy Sky (UKR), Lil G (VEN), Bumblebee (RUS), Lagaet (FRA), Shigekix (JPN), Phil Wizard (CAN), Klash (EGY), Vero (KOR), Roll (HUN), Dr. Hill (MEX), BruceAlmighty (POR), Victor (USA), Icey Ives (USA), Daniel (NOR), Quake (TPE).

On hand to judge the 1vs1 battles will be Hurricane (FRA), Katsu One (JPN) and Moy (USA),with Amjad and Rambo doing the emceeing and DJs Southscream and Fleg on the turntables.

All the battles, starting with the Round Robin phase on Friday at 15:45 CET, and continuing with the Knockout phase and the finals on Saturday at 17:45 CET, will be livestreamed on the Olympic Channel.

On Saturday, between the semifinals and the battles for the medals there will be a special Sports Presentation introducing four world class Latin couples doing Samba and Cha Cha Cha battles.