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Breaking events in Sochi (RUS) in June 10/07/2019

WDSF Breaking 29 June 2019 in Sochi (RUS) © FDSARR

Breaking was included in the program alongside other disciplines during the four-day event in Sochi (RUS). The fantastic setting of the Sochi Olympic Park saw an energetic WDSF World Open Breaking 1vs1 b-boys as well as three dynamic WDSF Open Breaking competitions. 

67 b-boys were battling for the WDSF World Open Breaking 1vs1 B-boys title. Alkolil (RUS) took the victory over Jamal (RUS) in the explosive final battle. The battle for the third place turned out in favour of Cheerito (RUS), who won the thrilling battle with Bullet From Space (RUS).

WDSF Open Breaking Teams 6vs6 turned out victorious for Jinjo (KOR), who overtook The Ruggeds (NED) in the exciting final. Predatorz (RUS) won the battle for the third place over Found Nation (JPN). 14 fabulous teams participated the competition.

WDSF Open Youth Breaking 1vs1 B-girls had six talented 16-18 years old b-girls on the starting list. Lee (RUS) won the dynamic final battle over Uzelok (RUS), and Luna (RUS) won the votes of the judging panel in the battle for the third place with Alien Ra (RUS).

WDSF Open Youth Breaking 1vs1 B-boys had thirteen 16-18 years old b-boys registered for the competition. DOPE DOG (RUS) convinced the judging panel and won the energetic final battle with D-Way (RUS). Iron (RUS) defeated Fly (RUS) in the battle for the third place.

The international, high-quality panel of judges included the head judge Storm (GER) and judges Aslan (RUS), Ruen (USA), Menno (NED), Physics (KOR), Mounir (FRA), Ayumi (JPN) and Focus (FIN).