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Excellent moves and tricks at the 2021 WDSF European Championship Hip Hop in the U21 age category 16/11/2021



2021 WDSF European Championship U21 Hip Hop On Saturday 13 November 27 Hip Hop girls and boys from 12 different countries competed at the first ever WDSF European Championship Hip Hop in the Under 21 age category. The championship was held in Brussels - Belgium and was set up in freestyle 1 vs 1 battle format. The organisers prepared urban scene conditions in which the judges selected 16 girls and boys from the pre-selection round in which all 27 dancers started their competition. After 4 rounds of battles it were Chanel and Doyah who made it to the final.

These are the final standings:
🥇 Doyah (BEL)
🥈 Chanel (NED)
🥉 K-Yoo (FRA)

WDSF wants to congratulate all the prize winners and wants to thank the organising team of Mr. Eric Lubokayi for running a successful first Hip Hop championship.

Photo credit: David Rouyr, provided by the organiser.