The Brazilians are gunning for a world title at the biggest singles break tournament in Paris

The Brazilians are gunning for a world title at the biggest singles break tournament in Paris

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Breaking will take over one of the most famous tennis courts in the world to showcase power and footwork. This Saturday (21), the main stadium of Roland Garros, in Paris, will be the scene of the World Resolution of Red Bull BC One, the largest 1×1 tournament in the new Olympic sport. Brazil is represented by B-Boy Allef and aB-Girl Maia, who have already been seeded directly to the Grand Final as wild cards – invitations to the big names in the scene to heat up the fights even more – and current national champion Toquinha, who faces Last Chance Cypher on Thursday (19 ) She qualified for the big decision, becoming the first Brazilian girl in history to advance from this stage.

Among the classified B-Boys: Kid Colombia (Netherlands), Khalil (France), Amaro (Italy), and Mighty Jake (Venezuela). B-Boy Leoni, a five-time Brazilian national champion, advanced to the round of 16, but was unable to secure a seed. In the women’s category, the B-Girls secured a place in the final: Jasmine (Japan), Stephanie (United Kingdom), Kimi (France) and Toquinha (Brazil). The eight classifieds will join 24 guests in the big decision, which will be broadcast live on the 21st on “Red Bull TV” from 1 p.m., on “Podpah” on YouTube and on the “SporTV 2” channel, from 3 p.m. (Brasilia time). ).

In the knockout format, the 16 teams in each category will have to face a strong judging panel made up of Korea’s B-Boy Kill, Mexican Hill, North America’s B-Rock, B-Girls Babysoon and Movie One. Performances take place in 30 seconds to one minute, with two to three entries per round, and will be evaluated on criteria such as technique, creativity and friendliness.

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– I feel ready to pursue this, one of the many missions of my life, to bring awareness, depth, happiness and revolution in my life, in our lives, in this culture, in the world – said Alif, a Brazilian already qualified for the decision.

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