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Breaking at the Youth Olympic Games: What you need to know 08/10/2018

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The World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) has produced a flyer for anyone interested in learning more about Breaking’s inclusion in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

The introductory document includes information on everything from the first ever digital online qualifying round, to the unique competition format for Buenos Aires (1vs1 battles and 2vs2 battles featuring mixed-gender pairs), as well as the revolutionary new Trivium Value judging system. 

If you feel like digging a little deeper, have a look at the WDSF Rules and Regulations for Buenos Aires 2018, where everything from the history of Breaking to the rules is explained in greater detail.

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The 1vs1 finals will be held on 8 October, while the 2vs2 mixed-gender battles will take place on 10 and 11 October.