(Chairman) - United States Olympic Committee: Accreditation of the "Continuous Airflare" to Pablo Flores.

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Bohdan Zahorodnii
8 years ago
Because I want to save the ORIGINAL ROOTS of breakdance.

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Malte Jochem
8 years ago
The move is called Airflare and was created in the context of a youth and street culture. The creator of the Continuous Airflare is Pablo Flores.
The truth is too important to be withholded. Enlightment for the people, and the IOC. It's the history of the bboy culture.

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Edgar Ocampo-Pazmino
8 years ago
To keep the record 'straight'

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Nick Kang
8 years ago
B-boying is so misunderstood, so credit should be due here. This will make our dance, and our culture, legitimate in the eyes of the public. Hip Hop is innovative, fresh, and always changing. It is not about gangsters, bitches, and riches.

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Alexey Pogiba
8 years ago
Because origins matters, no matter what you do!

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Alexey Pogiba
8 years ago
Because you should respect other peoples dedication and hard work and put their name then they deserve it.

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Jaime Chavez
8 years ago
I respect and love bboy/bgirl culture

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Paul Nguyen
9 years ago
We respect their culture. Why should they not respect ours? We didn't rename the flare, especially as something as ridiculous as hamminator. Utterly audacious.

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stephen velazquez
9 years ago
as a member of soul control climax and a bboy in this comunity i know where the air flare came from and it means a lot to me that the right person is creditted for it. i love this dance so i will protect it.

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Christian Pardo
9 years ago
Gymnastic community must respect dancers