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Sze Ka-yam – better known as B-Boy C Plus – calls on officials to establish a base for Hong Kong’s squad so they can train together and share ideas.

Governing body had warned no one would come to compete under the old ‘3+4’ quarantine policy, and new ‘0+3’ rule still hampers preparation for November 5 event.

Chairman of the city’s dance sport association said Hong Kong’s breaking athletes need to be exposed to more international competition if they are to improve.

Liu Qingyi storms through a field of competitors from some 50 countries worldwide to claim title at The World Battle, says she hopes ‘to win glory’ for China at Paris Olympics.

Liu Qingyi, a 16-year-old from China’s Henan Province, won the global breaking tournament Outbreak Europe in Slovakia on Sunday, the first Chinese B-Girl to win a world breaking championship.

Hong Kong breakdancers kicked off the Road to Paris Olympic campaign on Sunday at a packed Olympian City, hoping to raise public awareness and attract new blood to their fast-growing sport.

A growing number of the city’s professional breaking athletes will begin their Olympic journey on June 12 in the opening round of Hong Kong team qualifiers.

Pioneers in Japanese breakdancing are inspiring Hong Kong counterparts as they prepare for breaking’s Olympic debut, when medals matter but respect means more.

‘You could argue we’ve already lost the moment we step on to the international stage,’ says city’s number one women’s breakdancer Chan Ka-yi, also known as Bgirl Lady Little.

Four of the city’s highest-ranked Bboys and Bgirls return from the World Breaking Championships with local star Chan Ka-yi declaring ‘this is just the start’ on their long road to Paris 2024.