NZ Hip-Hop Dance Crew Wins Gold

New Zealand hip hop dance crew the Bradas have won Gold in the adult section at the Hip Hop International’s World Hip Hop Dance Championship– “a week-long competition that crowns U.S. and world dance champions in multiple categories,” as reported in the Los Angeles Times.

“We did it! Nine months of hard work and training has paid off. Bradas are back-to-back gold medallists,” the dance group posted on Facebook.

NZ group Royal Family Varsity, founded by Parris Goebel won bronze in the MegaCrew section.

More than 50 countries participate in the competition, which supports hip-hop dancing through worldwide initiatives and regional championship competitions.

Article Source: Los Angeles Times, Jevon Phillips, August 14, 2016

Image Source: Facebook – The Bradas


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