Freshh represents Canada in 2015 World Hip Hop Dance Championships

Dec 20 2017, 12:44 am

This year, Freshh, an elite hip hop dance crew out of Fresh Groove Studio based in Richmond BC, came 1st place at the Canadian prelims in Montreal QC, and is representing Canada in the Varsity Division of the 2015 World Hip Hop Dance Championships.

The World Hip Hop Dance Championships is the largest hip hop dance gathering in the world.  Also referred to as the “hip hop dance Olympics”, each participating country hold preliminaries within their country where up to three of their best dance crews fly to USA for the finals. 

The World Hip Hop Dance Championships 2015 is held in San Diego, California where over 3500 dancers from over 49 countries take the main stage to compete for bragging rights as the best dance crew in the world.

Lead by their coaches, Cezar Tantoco, Mark Dogillo and Laura Claridad, Freshh has won many dance competitions locally and internationally.  

In 2010, under the name “Freshh 2.0” they became Silver medalists in the Junior division, and in 2014 took the Gold medal by winning 1st place in Junior division in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship.  Their crew members include three World Hip Hop Silver medalists, and five Gold medalists.

This year, Freshh representing Canada, is definitely a dance crew to watch at the World Hip Hop Dance Championships in San Diego, this week Wednesday, August 5 to Sunday, August 9. 

Currently in the Varsity Division, out of 61 teams, Freshh advanced to the Top 16 round, leaving them now to compete in the next round, so let us now wish them all the best to move into the Top 6 teams of the Final, which takes place Sunday August 09th. @ 6pm – 10pm, which can be watched LIVEstream on:

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