Susanna Liu and Katya Hott
Since its emergence in the 1970s, breakdancing (bboying) has evolved from a being a dance of the streets to being staged in arenas filled with thousands of people. Bboy competitions, or bboy jams, are now prevalent in countries around the world, especially in Europe and Asia. From maintaining a fair judging system to keeping order and schedule, much thought and effort is put into organizing a successful bboy jam. This talk will introduce the the various elements of a bboy jam, and discuss what many organizers have done to optimize the experience for dancers and spectators alike.
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