break dance

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Synonyms for break dance

a form of solo dancing that involves rapid acrobatic moves in which different parts of the body touch the ground

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The Breakdance clinic and workshop with B-Boy Pelezinho from 4pm to 6pm
Breakdance was a genuine phenomenon, starring Lucinda Dickey, Adolpho Quinones and Michael Chambers, introducing scores of teens in the US and UK to the dancing.
The breakdance show was the final event in this year's Red Bull Urban Culture Week, which aimed to develop skills in hip-hop, breakdancing, graffiti, DJing and MCing.
The Breakdance solos were run in an exciting battle format.
Actually no, Blake was a dancer as well as a basketball coach; he and Dante were among the original B-Boys -- the term for young men who breakdance -- but then Blake got into sports, got married, started and lost a family, and became an alcoholic.
When asked if she teaches Rocco to breakdance, she replied: "No, he shows them to me.
But Zola had not been taught how to breakdance, he just moves like that when he is playing in shallow water.
ONE of the UK's biggest breakdance competitions will be held in Merseyside.
Among the rides include the mega drop, sizzler, ranger, carton convoy, tower, breakdance, etc.
If you're interested in learning how to breakdance contact Mohammad Al-Mana on 712189396.
Breakdance crews from France, Belgium and Asia squared up to each other in the Soul Powered breakdance competition.
Sultan Khalfan al Abdali and his group Serve&Knock (S&K) recently organised a breakdance competition, called Future B-Boy Battles, at Fun City in Qurum City Centre.
CLASSIC drama One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest will be performed in Wales this week - in a breakdance style.
Breakdance is a street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement in the USA during the early 1970s, but is now a global competitive phenomenon.
Tomorrow, Edinburgh-born 'B-boy' Bilal - who is known as Ma'Roc on the dance circuit - will compete in the annual Castle Rocks Breakdance Championships, one of the biggest breakdancing competitions in the UK.