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The three-day event began on Friday with the master classes with some of the world leaders in Breaking, including Intact (UKR), Katsu One (JPN), Abstrak (USA) and Crumbs (USA). More than 80 athletes took part having the opportunity to pump their knowledge with the experienced mentors.
On Saturday, the competitions started with preselection in eight categories. Following the results of the first day, the strongest athletes proceeded to the final stage of the Russian Open Breaking Championships and took part in the final battles on Sunday, along with the invited participants.
The competitions were assessed by an international panel of judges: Abstrak (USA), Crumbs (USA), Intact (UKR), Niek (NED), Katsu One (JPN), Tuff Kid (BEL), Differ (KOR), and as the head judge of the competition Jamal (RUS). DJ Legioner and DJ Smirnoff took care of the beats, and MC Kazak and MC Scream of the speaks.
An impressive list of invited participants starred the event. The 1vs1 battles were starred by Cheerito (RUS), Alkolil (RUS), Bullet from Space (RUS), Zip Rock (RUS), T-Rock (BEL), Shadr (KAZ), Sirop (BLR), Sarah Bee (FRA), Jilou (GER), Ramona (FIN), Tata (RUS), Vavi (RUS), Klara (RUS) and Kastet (RUS). The team battles were attended by FlipStyle Technique (CAN), Fusion MC (KOR), From Down Town (FRA), East Side B-boys (UKR), Illusion of Exist (RUS), OBC (RUS), Predatorz (RUS) and TOP 9 (RUS).
The WDSF Open B-girls competition had 47 B-girls on the starting list. After the battle for gold B-girl Sarah Bee celebrated her victory and B-girl Jilou took second place. Natalia Kilyachikhina (B-girl Kastet) won the bronze.
WDSF Open B-girls
1. Sarah Bee (FRA)
2. Jilou (GER)
3. Kastet (RUS)
4. Art (RUS)
The WDSF Open B-boys competition had 151 participants. The entire podium was taken by the Russian athletes. In the battle for the main prize Ivan Ososkov (B-boy Alkolil) defeated Nazip Minikayev (B-boy Zip Rock). The bronze medalist was Eugene Pervushkin (B-boy Cheerito).
WDSF Open B-boys
1. Alkolil (RUS)
2. Zip Rock (RUS)
3. Cheerito (RUS)
4. PJ (RUS)
The Russian Open Breaking Championships 2019 ended with battles between teams in a five vs five format. Forty teams, including eight invited, took part in this competition. Top 9 (RUS) became the winner by defeating East Side B-boys (UKR). In the battle for bronze, Fusion MC (KOR) won FlipStyle Technique (CAN).
ROBC Crews 5vs5
1. Top 9 (RUS)
2. East Side B-boys (UKR)
3. Fusion MC (KOR)
4. FlipStyle Technique (CAN)
Congratulations to all participants, winners and prize winners on their successful performance at the Russian Open Breaking Championships 2019!