The atmosphere at the event was electric throughout the weekend and the level of Breaking over the two days of competition was outstanding. In total, 91 b-boys and 52 b-girls from 16 countries participated at the Championship.31/05/2023 read more ...
The Breaking competition at Cambodia 2023 showcased a wealth of exceptional talent and skill from Breakers across Southeast Asia.26/05/2023 read more ...
The AC represents the interest of the athletes, advises the Presidium on matters that are relevant to the athletes, and works to improving the communication between the Presidium and the athletes.25/05/2023 read more ...
The first WDSF Breaking Continental Championships ever held in Africa ended in dramatic fashion with B-girl El Mamouny (MOR) and B-boy Billy (MOR) claiming gold in their respective finals – the first African champions in WDSF Breaking history.16/05/2023 read more ...
The competition played a crucial role in the qualification process for the Olympic Games Paris 2024, providing coveted points for the WDSF Breaking for Gold Ranking List and an additional opportunity for the athletes to qualify for the Olympic Qualifier Series08/05/2023 read more ...
Anyone who registers now will have the opportunity to buy 4 tickets for a chosen sport with a 25% discount.13/03/2023 read more ...
The Round Robin Phase for the B-Girl Event has produced the eight breakers who will battle it out in the decisive stage of the 2018 World Youth Breaking: in the knockout rounds, from quarterfinal to final.
They are listed below in the alphabetical order of their country and the order of their record of rounds won (R) and votes obtained (V). The three winners of the continental qualifiers advanced (Connie, Matina and Ram), but four out of the eight b-girls in the quarterfinal are from Asia, specifically from Japan and Korea. B-Girl Ram continues on track to repeat her perfect record at the Asia/Oceania qualifier in Taipei City, TPE: with all rounds won and with the maximum number of votes by the judges.
Senorita Carlota (4R/20V)