1. Wide of B-Boy Omar "RoxRite" Delgado breakdancing
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Omar "RoxRite" Delgado, dancer, on breakdancing coming to the Paris 2024 Olympics:
"Breaking and getting a chance to go to something like the Olympics is huge. Throughout the years that I've been dancing and throughout the amount of time that I put into the dance I've seen so much talent come and go. A lot of the times the problems that they face is support from their parents because they normally don't see an outlet or something else to push for outside of local competitions. I think the Olympics are great opportunity for us to reach the global scale of appreciation on that level of an event, global event."
3. Wide of B-Boy Hong 10 breakdancing
4. Wide of man breakdancing
5. Medium of B-Boy Hong 10 breakdancing
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Omar "RoxRite" Delgado, dancer, on breakdancing as an art:
"What we're known for in breaking is usually spinning on our heads, the windmill, the worm. Socially that's what we're recognized by most of the time but when you go deep into it, you'll start to understand that there is way more to it. There's more dance, it involves more, understanding of music, the way you play with the music, the way you hit a freeze or a heavy movement. A freeze is when you stop your body, maybe you stop your body on a horn or something or a scratch of the DJ. Those types of things are adaptation in the moment, so you are totally free . A lot of the people that do this dance in breaking, that separates us from other dancers is that you have to adapt in the moment."
7. Wide of B-Boy Neguin breakdancing
8. Wide of man breakdancing
9. Wide of B-Boy Omar "RoxRite" Delgado breakdancing