Breaking National Teams, to the Paris Olympics Qualifiers

Breaking national teams, including Kim Hong-yeol and Kim Heon-woo, advance to the Paris Olympics qualifiers

First round of Olympic qualifiers… Preliminary on the 18th, round of 16 to finals on the 19th.

Who will be the Korean B-boy and B-girl who will win the right to participate in the breaking event, which was adopted as an official event at the Paris Olympics?

The first round of the Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS), a qualifying event for the Paris Olympics breaking event, will be held in Shanghai, China from the 18th to the 19th. 카지노사이트킹

The Korean Breaking Team consists of five members, including B-boys Kim Hong-yeol (Hong10), Kim Heon-woo (Wing), Park In-su (Kill), and B-girls Jeon Ji-ye (Freshbella) and Kwon Seong-hee (Starry).

Tickets for the Paris Olympics finals in breaking events will be distributed by combining the rankings of the first competition and the second competition to be held in Budapest, Hungary next month.

Forty of the world’s top b-boys and b-girls, determined by points accumulated from various competitions held over the past year, will battle for 10 tickets each to Paris.

However, excluding the quota (TO) allocated to the host country, France, and the TO for balanced development (universality), it is highly likely that only the top 7 will actually be given tickets to Paris.

After the preliminary round on the 18th, the Round of 16 round robin and quarterfinals to finals tournament will be held on the 19th.

50 to 1 point is awarded depending on the rankings in the first and second competitions, and if there is a tie as a result of adding up the points from the two competitions.

The athlete with better performance in the second competition will advance to the Olympics.

Up to two people from each country can participate in the Paris Olympics finals in each category of B-boy and B-girl.

B-boy Kim Hong-yeol was confirmed to advance to OQS as a silver medalist at the Hangzhou Asian Games in October last year, and Kim Heon-woo was a gold medalist at the World Dance Sports Federation (WDSF) Asian Breaking Championships in July last year.

Park In-su was tied with Kim Jong-ho (Leon) in ranking points, but qualified for the 2022 World Championships with a better performance in a situation where each country was limited to a maximum of 3 b-boys and b-girls who could participate in the OQS.

B-girls Jeon Ji-ye and Kwon Seong-hee will participate in OQS through point rankings.