Jut Su and Polskee Hitman both qualified for popping, while B-Boy Spin won the solo battles.
Soul Mavericks entered two teams, Soul Mavericks This and Soul Mavericks That, with their ‘This’ squad qualifying after defeating La Familia in the final round.
It marks the third year that Soul Mavericks has qualified for the world finals. In past years the crew qualified in 2007 and 2009, but also appeared in 2008 as seeded qualifiers when China dropped out.
Below are the detailed results. Breaking had five judges, while popping had three.
An X symbolises a drawn vote. Some battles went into several rematches.
Winners are highlighted in bold.
Ruckus v Ben Jammin 3-2
Lee Roc v Spin 5-0
Kazuki v Manny 2-x-2, 5-0 TB
Mid Air v Lady Boy 3-2
Ruckus v Spin 1-x-3
Mid Air v Kazuki 0-4
Spin v Kazuki 4-1
Ricochet v T-Pop 3-0
Roo Popper v Holistic 1-2
Cartoon v Robotnic 0-3
Trevango v Mechanicool P 1-2
Ssick Tingz v Uncle A 1×1,TB, 1-2
Special K v Jut Su 0-3
Zac v Shuffles 3-0
WMP v Polskee Hitman 0-3
Ricochet v Holistic 1×1, 2-1
Robotnic v Mechanicool P 2-1
Uncle A v Jut Su x-2
Zac v Polskee Hitman x-2
Ricochet v Robotnic 2-1
Jut Su v Polskee Hitman 2-x
Jut Su v Ricochet 2-1
Trinity Warriors v Floor Riders 3-2
Heavy Smokers v Soul Mavericks This 0-5
Soul Mavericks That v Foundations 2-3
Ghetlow Pirates v La Familia 0-5
Trinity Warriors v Soul Mavericks This 0-5
Foundations v La Familia 0-5
Soul Mavericks This v La Familia 3-2