Break Dancing World Record!

Record Number of B-Boys Do the Windmill in Holland

A new World Record has just been set by some of the best break dancers in the world, with less than a month to go before the Red Bull BC-One World Final.

Power moves, dynamism and team effort resulted in a new World Record for Most Simultaneous Windmill Moves performed in 30 seconds.

As a fun nod to the origin of the name for the move, the spectacular stunt was set against the eponymous backdrop of Kinderdijk, Netherlands, known for its iconic 18th-century windmills and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The raw energy of the wind moving the blades is a reflection of this extremely challenging move, which requires breakers to lift their legs up in the air and twist them in a spiral movement, while their torso and head rest against the floor.

The breakers were led by Italian “Prince of Power” Cico (Mauro Peruzzi), one of the most impressive talents in the B-Boy Dance form today and holder of a Guinness World Record. The breathtaking stunt is a teaser of the Red Bull BC One World Final 2017, taking place on 4th November, where breakers are sure to wow the audience with their energy, spirit and, of course, windmills.

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