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PHOTO GALLERY: World Breaking Championship comes to an end in Seoul




B-boy Phil Wizard of Canada competes against B-boy Shigekix of Japan during the final of the 2022 World Breaking Championship at the Olympic Park in Seoul on October 22, 2022. AFP

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

B-Girl Ayumi of Japan competes during the 2022 World Breaking Championship at the 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 Shigeyuki Nakarai of Japan, known as B-boy Shigekix, left, and third place Victor Bernudez Montalvo of the United States, known as B-boy Victor, after the 2022 World Breaking Championship in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022. Breakdancing will make its debut as an Olympic sport at the 2024 Paris Olympics. AP

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