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  • 100 days to go before the start of the European Games 2023

    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 ...

    AMIR and 671 win Gold at sold-out WDSF BfG World Series Kitakyushu

    25/02/2023 read more ...
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    15/02/2023 read more ...
  • Paris 2024 launches official hospitality program

    On 17 January, Paris 2024 and On Location launched a new platform where the general public can purchase customisable Olympic Games hospitality packages to enjoy the Games in the way that suits them best.

    23/01/2023 read more ...
  • Brazil exceeds expectations with first ever National Breaking Championship

    The first Brazilian National Breaking Championship in history has been successfully held in São Paulo, and by all accounts it could become a template for similar competitions around the world.

    20/12/2022 read more ...
  • Road to Paris 2024 - WDSF announces 2023 Breaking calendar

    With less than two years to go until Breaking’s debut at the Olympic Games Paris 2024, we are pleased to announce our calendar of events for 2023.

    16/12/2022 read more ...

Sunni Doubles Up 03/09/2018

B-Boy Sunni After winning the International 1 vs 1 Breaking competition at the FIBA 3x3 Lausanne Masters, B-Boy Sunni of the Soul Mavericks Crew joined the World Tour in an attempt to start his own streak.

With his second consecutive victory at the Debrecen Masters in Hungary he managed to do just that. While still short of the record established by the legendary Novi Sad Al Wahda 3x3 team, SRB, he could be on track to close in on the four wins the Serbs have accrued this year alone (the teams total streak stands at an unassailable 22 stops won).

For that to happen, however, the collaboration between FIBA and WDSF would need to be extended into next year. The four stops where breaking was featured as part of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour confirmed: "HOOPS and BATTLES go well together!"

"Youngsters to experience a mix of traditional and modern in Buenos Aires!" reads the title of an article about the four new sports at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games.