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Girl, 6, is Britain's youngest break-dancing champion
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Girl, 6, is Britain's youngest break-dancing champion

Six-year-old Dachiya Atkinson has become a worldwide internet sensation after footage of her emerged at a competition in Paris.

Dachiya Atkinson wowed the judges at the Pro Chelles international dancing competition in Paris with a breathtaking routine which had the crowd on their feet.

Views of her break-dancing skills rocketed to 2.8 million within five days of being uploaded of the internet.



In the short video she impresses the crowd with her moves by spinning on her head, performing windmills and forward flips like a trained professional.

And this week her parents revealed how the youngster had not only learnt to walk by the age of nine months - but was doing handstands at just two years old.

And by the time Dachiya - whose performing name is B-Girl Terra - was three she was spinning on her head like a pro.

She won her first competition in Bath, Somerset, in 2012 and went to be crowned "Baby Battle Champion" in St Brieuc, France, later that year where she beat competitors twice her age.

Proud mum Jennifer Hollyoak, 27, said: "She's always been quite confident and bouncy - she has loved dancing from a very young age.

"Apart from this insane natural talent for break-dancing she is just a normal little girl - she likes dolls and playing with her toys.

"I was worried she was going to get scared as she is only six, but she is still really happy when she comes off stage, even if she loses.

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click source to see another video of B-girl Terra.

Imagine if you got served by her? I expect we'll see her winning the sony b-boy world series pretty soon. What an awesome, awesome kid!
"everyone wants to win but no one wants to drink a bucket of sj's piss" - bob5695
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The bodies of young people around her age are amazingly flexible. I just hope her parents can find a way for her to make some money from her talent before she gets much older and her body is no longer able to perform in this way. She deserves to get paid for her talent.



(03-17-2013, 12:44 AM)Spudgun17 Wrote: Girl, 6, is Britain's youngest break-dancing champion

Six-year-old Dachiya Atkinson has become a worldwide internet sensation after footage of her emerged at a competition in Paris.

Dachiya Atkinson wowed the judges at the Pro Chelles international dancing competition in Paris with a breathtaking routine which had the crowd on their feet.

Views of her break-dancing skills rocketed to 2.8 million within five days of being uploaded of the internet.


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In the short video she impresses the crowd with her moves by spinning on her head, performing windmills and forward flips like a trained professional.

And this week her parents revealed how the youngster had not only learnt to walk by the age of nine months - but was doing handstands at just two years old.

And by the time Dachiya - whose performing name is B-Girl Terra - was three she was spinning on her head like a pro.

She won her first competition in Bath, Somerset, in 2012 and went to be crowned "Baby Battle Champion" in St Brieuc, France, later that year where she beat competitors twice her age.

Proud mum Jennifer Hollyoak, 27, said: "She's always been quite confident and bouncy - she has loved dancing from a very young age.

"Apart from this insane natural talent for break-dancing she is just a normal little girl - she likes dolls and playing with her toys.

"I was worried she was going to get scared as she is only six, but she is still really happy when she comes off stage, even if she loses.

source

click source to see another video of B-girl Terra.

Imagine if you got served by her? I expect we'll see her winning the sony b-boy world series pretty soon. What an awesome, awesome kid!
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you reckon some child exploitation is in place here?
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Doubtful. She was spinning on her head at age 3 so I'm guessing she's naturally talented, and a lot of the time, the parents are at a loss as to how they should support their child without overtly pushing them. With breakdancing, TerraB's biggest influence will be from her peers, be they 11 years old or 30, and it is those peers along with the grounded attitude of her fellow b-boys/girls, who will support, encourage, and keep an eye on her.
"everyone wants to win but no one wants to drink a bucket of sj's piss" - bob5695
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