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Yep, We Mean You! 16/05/2018

Taipei City YOG Qualifier © Little Shao With the 2018 World Youth Breaking Championship all of three days away, WDSF calls on all the qualified participants to fill in a short questionnaire. Answers to a few simple questions will help the media to tell their story on the 87 dancers vying for one of the 24 places in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

This is not the first time that WDSF tries to compile biographical information on dancers competing in its own events or in multi-sport games. The success rate was generally moderate in the past.

A call went out earlier today to 58 b-boys and 29-b-girls in 34 countries. So far, the response rate is very encouraging, and we seem well on track to a record percentage of dancers reacting to our plea. Keep them coming, guys and gals!

 

Please complete the questionnaire we have prepared for you on the WDSF website by following this link!

When asked for a user name and password please enter:

username: your ID number - as it appears on your personal e-Card
password: it is chosen by you and remains your secret

You can also upload additional pictures and YouTube videos of your choice.

Just to give you a reference, here is the profile of B-Boy Soulmad from Malaysia. It features what we consider the adequate quantity of information to be added under the different questions. And some imagery uploaded too!

Soulmad's profile was completed by us, with information based on a recent article published by what we assume is his sponsor.