The Philippine national street dance team is coming to Sydney, Australia to try and capture Hip Hop gold at the 14th Annual World Supremacy Battlegrounds Dance Championship.

Over four hundred Filipino street dancers plus support staff and family are expected to make their way to Bankstown Sports Club on October 5-8 to compete against some of the best teams from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

Last year, sixteen Filipino crews made the grand finals. FMD Xtreme from Marikina City bagged the only gold for the Philippines, the Open Division title, the most prestigious division in WSB.

An estimated 1,500 dancers will be fighting it out across sixteen age divisions during the four-day international meet. Superstar celebrities judging or performing at WSB include Buddha Stretch (Michael Jackson and Will Smith music video choreographer), Henry Link (Elite Force USA), Lil Pat (Philippine Allstars), Parris Goebel (Jennifer Lopez, Justin Beiber choreographer) and Royal Family of New Zealand.

Filipinos across the globe will get a chance to watch their national team online. World Supremacy Battlegrounds will be live-streamed again via Facebook. Over a million viewers were reached during the online coverage, a record-breaking achievement for organisers MAS Presents.

Tickets to come and support the Philippine national team are now on sale via www.trybooking.com. For more information, visit the official website www.worldsupremacybattlegrounds.com.

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