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  • 100 days to go before the start of the European Games 2023

    Anyone who registers now will have the opportunity to buy 4 tickets for a chosen sport with a 25% discount.

    13/03/2023 read more ...

    AMIR and 671 win Gold at sold-out WDSF BfG World Series Kitakyushu

    25/02/2023 read more ...
  • Statement on the recent earthquakes affecting Türkiye and Syria

    WDSF is deeply saddened by the news of the recent earthquakes which hit southern Türkiye on February 6, 2023, affecting millions in that country and neighbouring Syria.

    17/02/2023 read more ...
  • Continental Championships for U21 and Senior age categories

    The WDSF received a lot of requests from athletes and organizers who showed great interest and desire to get the opportunity to indeed organize Continental Championship for the Senior and Under 21 categories.

    15/02/2023 read more ...
  • Paris 2024 launches official hospitality program

    On 17 January, Paris 2024 and On Location launched a new platform where the general public can purchase customisable Olympic Games hospitality packages to enjoy the Games in the way that suits them best.

    23/01/2023 read more ...
  • Brazil exceeds expectations with first ever National Breaking Championship

    The first Brazilian National Breaking Championship in history has been successfully held in São Paulo, and by all accounts it could become a template for similar competitions around the world.

    20/12/2022 read more ...

Rio 2016 Dancing 04/04/2016

Rio 2016 © IOC Brazilian street dancers with a love of soul music have had their talent and dedication rewarded with an invitation to perform at the Rio 2016 Opening and Closing Ceremonies at the city’s iconic Maracanã Stadium.

After its appearance in the Sochi 2014 Winter Games, dancing is once more part of the Olympic ceremonies. This time it is with a more contemporary style that dancers will delight the world. The musical style, which draws on sixties soul and modern RnB, sees the dancers engage in highly choreographed and technically impressive routines, not unlike ‘Northern Soul’, the dance craze which swept the north of England in the 1960 and 1970s.

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