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Russian Open DanceSport Championships has grown to not only a huge but also a multi-disciplined event. Russian Open Breaking Championships, a three days fest of head-spinning Breaking and world top B-boys and B-girls, took place on October 19-21 in Moscow under the aegis of the All Russian Federation of DanceSport and Acrobatic Rock’n’Roll, and started the ROC-week with a bang! The pioneer WDSF Open Breaking B-boys and WDSF Open Breaking B-girls were held in frames of the ROBC-2018.
On Friday, ROBC opened with workshops, which gathered more than 60 young B-boys and B-girls who got the opportunity to train with real Breaking legends.
On Saturday, selection rounds were held in seven groups: B-boys and B-girls Pro, 5vs5 Crews, B-boys Youth, B-girls Youth, Kids and Kids Show. More than 250 kids took part in the ROBC Kids and Kids Show nominations, about 600 B-boys and B-girls representing 11 countries: Japan, Republic of Korea, France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
TOP 8 in each group were selected to continue performances at the ROBC decisive stages. World top B-boys and B-girls were invited to take part in the main events together with TOP 8 selected on Saturday. The first ever Breaking Olympic champion B-boy Bumblebee and YOG participant B-girl Matina who arrived from Buenos Aires on Saturday took part in the Russian Open Breaking Championships on Sunday.
The first ROBC champions and prizewinners:
WDSF Open Breaking B-boys
1 B-boy Jamal/Russian Federation
2 B-boy Khalil /France
3 B-boy Killa-Kolya/Kazakhstan
4 B-boy Alkolil/Russian Federation
WDSF Open Breaking B-girls
1 B-girl Ayumi/Japan
2 B-girl Narumi/Japan
3 B-girl Kastet/Russian Federation
4 B-girl Maxime/Belgium
1 Illusion of Exist/Russian Federation
2 Gamblerz/Republic of Korea
3 Original Breakers Crew (OBC)/Russian Federation
ROBC B-boys Youth
1 DopeDog/Russian Federation
2 Dyak/Russian Federatio
3 Saffa/Russian Federation
4 D-Way/Russian Federation
ROBC B-girls Youth
1 Uzelok/Russian Federation
2 Belka/Russian Federation
3 Lizzy/Russian Federation
4 Lisa/Russian Federation
ROBC 1vs1 Kids
1 Grom/Russian Federation
3 Pauk/Russian Federation
4 Angry Boy/Russian Federation
ROBC Kids show
1 Kill Joy/ Breakoniers/Russian Federation
3 Dominant/Russian Federation
4 Staff Original/Russian Federation
The first international Breaking competitions hosted by the All Russian Federation of DanceSport and Acrobatic Rock’n’Roll – the Russian Open Breaking Championships – appeared to be a great success. WDSF Presidium member Lena Arvidsson attended the ROBC as a special guest and took part in the opening and awards ceremonies of the final competition day.