The world finals of Juste Debout took place today in France at the Bercy Stadium, Paris.
Standing dance battles took place in the categories of hip hop, locking, popping and house duets with solos in top rock and experimental.
15 international qualifiers for the Juste Debout 2013 world finals took place internationally to find the best in each region to compete in the world finals in front of 16,000 people.
Juste Debout 2013 World Finals winners: Results
Winners can be found in bold where an opponent has been noted. The additional brackets will be added in as they become available to us.
Fabreezy and Icee (Spain) v Junbox and Kofie (Italy)
P-Lock and J-Soul (France) v Flockey and Sugar Ray (Germany)
Adnan and Ukay (Germany) v Hiro and Taiki (France)
Ness and v Greenteck (Netherlands/Canada) v Kite and Madoka (Japan)
B-Boy Swing (France) v B-Boy Bailrok (USA)
Juste Debout (“just stand up”) is an international and annual dance competition founded in 2001 by Bruce Ykanji in France which focuses on standing street dance styles. The world finals took place live in front of an audience of 16,000 people.