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  • Brazil exceeds expectations with first ever National Breaking Championship

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Jamming in Jammies 28/07/2018

B-Boy Gen Roc, JPN | Jamming in Jammies The Japanese B-Boy Gen Roc was declared winner of the International 1 vs 1 Battle staged by WDSF concurrently with the day-one street basketball action of the Utsunomyia Masters, the second stop of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2018.

Breaking made its second appearance in the
FIBA 3X3 World Tour after it had premiered in last year's Lausanne Master. Eight b-boys from four Asian countries were invited by WDSF to dance in the battles, which were all contested during breaks in the games' schedule on the 3x3 court set up at a downtown Utsunomyia location.

GEN ROC of "GOOD FOOT" won the International 1vs1 Breaking Battle Utsunomyia convincingly - and in an attire that was befitting of the broadcast hour (04:35 UTC/GMT) in some parts of the world.

SqheHKJudUo|Breaking by WDSF