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2022 World Breaking Championship Success 24/10/2022

On 21st and 22nd October the 2022 World Breaking Championship took place in Seoul South Korea.
224 Bboys and 130 Bgirls from 56 countries took part in these historical Breaking Championships that were well organised by the Korean DanceSport Federation.
Only the Top 32 Bgirls and Bboys qualified for the final competition day. In both the Bgirls and Bboys competitions the worlds best breakers decided to compete in Seoul. As a results we saw some amazing battles during these 2 days of competitions.

Podium Bboys

WDSF Breaking World Championship Seoul

After many battles it was Bboy Philk Wizard (CAN) taking the Gold medal, Bboy Shigekix (JPN) won Silver and Bboy Victor (USA) took Bronze.

Podium Bgirls

WDSF Breaking World Championship Seoul

The Gold medal was won by Bgirl Ami (JPN), Bgirl 671 (CHN) took Silver, followed by Bgirl Ayumi (JPN) winning the Bronze medal.

Congratulations to all!