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Japanese breakdancer Noritoshi Kikuchi (center) smiles on the stage.
Japanese breakdancer wins regional competition

A Japanese breakdancer has spun and somersaulted his way into the sport’s global finals to be staged in South Korea next month after winning a regional competition on home soil. Noritoshi “Nori” Kikuchi showed off a series of downrocks, power moves and freezes to emerge victorious at the “Red Bull BC One” contest held inside a historic Shinto shrine in the southern city of Fukuoka on Saturday.

The knockout tournament featured 16-elite dancers from several countries, including Japan and South Korea, squaring-off on a circular stage as dance music blared out and 1,000 spectators cheered on. “This is a boxing ring and I came here to win,” Nori said after his victory, sporting a black t-shirt and flat-brimmed baseball cap in a trademark hiphop style. “When it comes to competitions, I fight. I gave it all I had today,” he said. The world finals will take place on November 30 in Seoul, according to organisers. (AFP)

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