PHOTO GALLERY: World Breaking Championship wraps up in Seoul

Canada’s B-boy Phil Wizard takes on Japan’s B-boy Shigekix in the World Breaking Championship 2022 final at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


Japan’s Ami Yuasa, known as B-girl Ami, competes against Liu Qingyi of China, known as B-girl 671, in the final round of the 2022 World Breaking Championship in Seoul, South Korea , Saturday, October 22, 2022. Breakdancing will make its debut as an Olympic sport at the Paris Olympics in 2024. PA


Ukrainian B-boy Kuzya competes in the 2022 World Breaking Championship at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


B-boy Jeffro of the United States competes in the 2022 World Breaking Championship at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


Victor Bernudez Montalvo of the United States known as B-boy Victor takes on Shigeyuki Nakarai of Japan known as B-boy Shigekix at the Breaking World Championship 2022 in Seoul, South Korea on Saturday, October 22. 2022. Breakdancing will make its debut as an Olympic sport at the 2024 Paris Olympics. PA


South Korea’s B-boy Kill competes in the 2022 World Breaking Championship at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


Japan’s B-boy Shigekix (L) competes in the 2022 World Breaking Championship at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


B-Girl 671 of China takes on B-Girl Ami of Japan in the World Breaking Championship 2022 final at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


Japan’s B-Girl Ayumi competes in the 2022 World Breaking Championship at Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP


Winner Philip Kim of Canada, known as B-boy Phil Wizard, center, celebrates with second-place finisher Shigeyuki Nakarai of Japan, known as B-boy Shigekix, left, and third-place finisher Victor Bernudez Montalvo of the United States, known as B-boy Victor, after the 2022 World Breaking Championship in Seoul, South Korea on Saturday October 22, 2022. Breakdancing will make its debut as an Olympic sport at the Games Paris Olympics in 2024. PA


Japan’s winner Ami Yuasa, known as B-girl Ami, center, celebrates with second-place finisher Liu Qingyi, known as B-girl 671, left, and third-place finisher Ayumi Fukushima of Japan, known as B-girl Ayumi, after the 2022 World Breaking Championship in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, October 22, 2022. Breakdancing will make its debut as an Olympic sport at the 2024 Paris Olympics. PA

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