UDO Asia-Pacific Street Dance Championships wrap up in Guangxi

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Updated: 2018-11-07

The 2018 UDO Asia-Pacific Street Dance Championships (China·Chongzuo) were held in Chongzuo, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Nov 3-4, attracting more than 800 dancers from more than 10 countries and regions including China, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia.

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Street dancers' perform at the 2018 UDO Asia-Pacific Street Dance Championships (China-Chongzuo). [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]

Established in 2002, UDO is the world's largest international street dance organization, and the fastest growing street, hip hop and commercial dance brand globally.

UDO aims to provide dancers of all ages, levels, backgrounds, abilities and disabilities a positive and supportive platform to unleash their creativity and passion.

After two days of fierce competition, the TNT Children Star Team from China won U14 (under the age of 14) open group championship and the Mixem Up Crew dance group from Thailand won U18 open group competition.

The Indelible Footprints dance group from Thailand won O18 (over the age of 18) open group competition, while the Team Genesis dance group from Philippines won first place in the Superstar Group.

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The street dancers' performances are full of passion. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]

The four groups will share a prize of 300,000 yuan ($43,281.93).

This is the first time that the UDO Asia-Pacific Street Dance Championships have been held in China.

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The enthusiastic performance of the street dancers. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]