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Pinoy crews dance their way to medal finishes at world hip hop competition


Three dance crews from the Philippines made it to the top three in different divisions of the World Hip Hop Dance Champion at the Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University in San Diego, California. Results were announced on Sunday evening (Monday afternoon, PHL time).

Two Filipino teams won silver in different categories.

Legit Status beat JB Star from Japan, but was overpowered by Kana-Boon! from the same country in the Varsity Division.

 

Your #hhi2015 world varsity medal winners: Kana-Boon! of Japan - Gold, Legit Status of the Philippines - Silver and JB Star of Japan - Bronze. Pic by @sthanlee b Mirador | HHI | PRPP.

Posted by Hip Hop International on Sunday, August 9, 2015


Meanwhile, Romancon from the College of St. Benilde bagged second place in the Adult Division. Kings United of India made it to third place, while The Bradas from New Zealand took the gold.

 

Your #hhi2015 world adult medal winners: The Bradas of New Zealand - Gold, Romancon of the Philippines - Silver and Kings United of India. Pic by @sthanlee Mirador | HHI | PRPP.

Posted by Hip Hop International on Sunday, August 9, 2015


For the Mega Crew Division, first-timer Lock’n’Lol from Korea beat defending champions A-Team, which ranked third, and former champs The Royal Family from New Zealand.

 

Your #hhi2015 world mega crew winners: Lock'n'Lol of Korea - Gold, The Royal Family of New Zealand - Silver and A-Team of the Philippines - Bronze. Pic by @sthanlee Mirador | HHI | PRPP.

Posted by Hip Hop International on Sunday, August 9, 2015




Meanwhile, the La Salle Dance Company-Street reached the final round of the Mega Crew Division.

After the announcement was made, supporters expressed their support for all the crews that represented the country this year.




— Trisha Macas/BM, GMA News
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