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Paris holds one of the world's biggest hip hop dance competitions

By Colette Davidson

Every year, Paris holds one of the world's biggest hip hop dance competitions. This year, Juste Debout celebrated its 11th annual event, with dancers coming from Asia, the United States and Europe. Dancers competed in six genres of hip hop dance before a panel of 16 judges and a crowd of nearly 16,000 people, proof that France's hip hop scene can rival any in the world.

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