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break dance

an acrobatic dance style originating in the 1980s
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A first Olympic 'digital' qualification process was used to find break dancing competitors for Buenos Aires 2018, where athletes upload videos of their breakdancing routines.
In Morocco, where state funding and institutions for the arts is scarce, break dancing has empowered young people to make their own entertainment since its arrival in the 1980s.
The descriptions of break dancing moves, however, are hard to follow.
"I got to start break dancing at school and I started practicing a lot.
After a spirited routine of windmills, headspins, and handstands that would put most adults to shame, she lost to fellow break dancing tyke JStyles.
THERE will be break dancing in Barry and cabaret in Cardiff this weekend as Wales celebrates Big Street Dance Day.
There was break dancing, Bollywood style dancing, performance poetry, beatboxing and singing at the event at the school in Leasowes Avenue, Green Lane, Coventry.
NBC NEWS: Gazans break(dance)ing boundaries: Camps Breakerz Crew Trailer 2012 In your day to day thoughts, you would probably never have thought break dancing and Palestine go together (well, maybe in your most random thoughts).
HUB is a vibrant urban mix of art, music and action sports staged at Otterspool promenade, with elements including break dancing, live music, skateboarding, bmx, graffiti, urban retail village, extreme rides and exhibition space for brand activation.
The art of break dancing, known also as B-Boying or breaking, started in the late 1970s in the Bronx, NY and is an important element of hip-hop culture.