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Qualification system for Breaking at World Urban Games unveiled 23/05/2019

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The first edition of the World Urban Games (WUG) is scheduled for 13-15 September in Budapest, Hungary and the World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) is proud to be a part of the programme through Breaking. 

The qualification system for Breaking at the WUG was recently approved, with a quota capping the number of participants at 32 – 16 b-girls and 16 b-boys.

There will be two qualifying events for Breaking at the WUG: 

  • 2019 WDSF World Breaking Championships, Nanjing (CHN) 23 June 2019
  • 2019 Outbreak Europe, Bratislava (SVK) 25-28 July 2019

For more information on the qualification system click here.

The World Urban Games 2019 will feature six competition sports and two showcase sports. The six competition sports are Breaking, 3x3 basketball, BMX freestyle park, freestyle flying disc, parkour and freestyle roller skate. The showcase sports are indoor rowing and laser run. 

The World Urban Games, a property of the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), aim to be the “the ultimate global showcase for a new generation of urban sport.” The WUG will be held every two years and will feature an exciting mix of sports that blend music, dance and other aspects of urban culture.