A dance team from India won the bronze medal at the prestigious World Hip Hop Dance Championship which was held in San Diego earlier this month. Watch their winning performance.
An Indian dance team recently won the bronze medal at one of the world’s most celebrated dance events – World Hip Hop Dance Championship, 2015. The competition, in which some of the most talented dancers compete against each other every year, was held in San Diego from August 3-9.
This year it saw the participation of dancers from around 50 countries.
The Indian team, called Kings United, is a team of eight dancers, aged between 19 to 23 years. They were brought together by Mumbai-based hip hop choreographer, Suresh Mukund, whose group had made it to the finals the last time, but could not win.
As Suresh notes here, the team had prepared itself for the event in just 25 days. They finished third and their outstanding performance was followed by a standing ovation from the audience.
Watch their final performance, all shining with the amazing Indian flavour, and the rocking hip hop moves:
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Thanks to Justin George Mattam for sharing the video with us.
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