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break dance

an acrobatic dance style originating in the 1980s
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Thus, it was breakdancing that saved me in the beginning of my US stay.
The 26-year-old is part of one of the UK's leading crews, the 'Mad Dope Kru', and has been breakdancing for more than 15 years - he is also working to set-up the UKs first children's breakdancing league.
It's Group B for Bloody Hell, Group B for Brilliant and, Ntcham has promised, it might just be Group B for a bit of Breakdancing if he scores the matchwinner against Neymar and Co in the coming months.
And Senior was quite literally at the heart of the celebrations, performing a great breakdancing routine on his back while filming the celebrations of the Welsh players.
And it's a natural progression for a Wolverhampton woman who made headlines in the 1980s as undisputed breakdancing queen B-girl Bubbles.
Frank Hernandez, a former pro Bboy who danced and toured with Run DMC and Afrika Bambatta back in the 80's as part of Magnificent Force Crew, was inspired to help Bboys make breakdancing a career after learning that they were competing for basically little to no money at pro Bboy events all sizes.
I enjoyed breakdancing the most because I like dancing as a whole.
The live performance -- which promises to merge cultural and artistic realms -- will feature the four-time breakdancing champions as they reignite the power of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier both visually and symbolically through dance, thanks to acclaimed opera director Christoph Hagel.
CHRISTMAS shoppers performed a double take yesterday after being confronted with a team of breakdancing Santas.
We love its style and attitude, neatly summed up by RiffRaffPromotions' upcoming event Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: All Ireland Breakdancing Battle at the Cobbles in Newry - which has somehow fashioned itself a niche as Ireland capital of all things hip and hop.
Breakdancing originated on the streets of 1970s New York and has grown increasingly popular in recent times due to TV talent shows.
Today Al-Mana and Blast Boyz have found a home at the French Cultural Centre in Haddah where they make the most of a designated breakdancing area equipped with mats and stereos.