Last weekend offered many highlights in DanceSport. B-boys and b-girls stole the show in Budapest, and the World Champions returned to the dance floor in Prague.16/09/2019 read more ...
B-boy Victor from the USA and b-girl Ami from Japan today became the first ever Breaking champions at a World Urban Games (WUG)14/09/2019 read more ...
The world's 32 best b-boys and b-girls got straight down to business on the first day of the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games (WUG) in Budapest, Hungary, taking place from 13 to 15 September 2019.13/09/2019 read more ...
The WUG is one of the four events which we are following this weekend. While top b-boys and b-girls are already preparing for the battles in Budapest, many Standard and Latin couples are preparing in Moscow, Wroclaw and Prague.13/09/2019 read more ...
Breaking will feature on the programme of the inaugural edition of the World Urban Games. 16 b-girls and 16 b-boys are ready for the WUG action.12/09/2019 read more ...
Less than a month to go until the 2019 WDSF World Championship Disco Dance and the WDSF Open Disco Dance in Belgrade, Serbia.10/09/2019 read more ...
WDSF World Breaking Championship 2019 medalists are here!
Menno (Netherlands) and Issei (Japan) faced each other in the b-boy final. Two strong dancers with many big titles in their pockets, but today Menno was the one who was able to get the trophy home!
Ami (Japan) and Sunny (United States) battled each other in the b-girl final. Well done from both dancers! This time Ami took the win with more arsenal left after the long day.
Congratulations to all the medalists!
1. Ami (Japan)
2. Sunny (United States)
3. Jilou (Germany)
1. Menno (Netherlands)
2. Issei (Japan)
3. Lussy Sky (Ukraine)