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Lautaro Bravo, aka B-Boy Aurico, ARG 22/05/2017

Lautaro Bravo, aka B-Boy Aurico, ARG As per one of these principles, the Comité Olímpico Argentino (COA) is assigned two of the 24 places in the Breaking events at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games. It's a co-host of the games. Whether and how COA will make use of them is left entirely to its discretion.

COA will probably try to send the best b-boy and b-girl in Argentina. But to determine who's best it might need some expert advice.

Such advice is available at this point already - during the first stage of general qualifying - in the form of assessments made by our expert judges. All COA needs to do is encourage all b-boys/girls in the country to submit their video to www.breakingforgold.com. We'll take care of the rest! Lautaro Bravo, aka B-Boy Aurico, is first from Argentina to submit his.

gfdDrt8RWdQ|Bboy Aurico / Video for the Olympic Games.