The agency marks a milestone in urban sports with the European Breaking Championship and exciting BMX and Scooter finals
Andalucía Urban leaves its mark as a resounding success and positions itself as the most outstanding urban sports event in the region with more than 15,000 attendees
The successful urban sports event, Andalucía Urban, organised by SevenMila, has concluded its first edition with an astonishing number of attendees, exceeding 15,240 over the past weekend. Highlighting the relevance of this event was the WDSF European Breaking Championship, which has brought together more than 260 talented BBoys and BGirls at the city’s emblematic Cable Inglés, specifically at the Urban Stage located on the Almadrabillas beach. Breaking, which has established itself as the new Olympic sport and will make its debut at the next Olympic Games in Paris 2024, has taken a prominent place in the Andalucía Urban programme, marking a milestone in the autonomous community. The event took place from the 5th to the 7th of May, and provided urban sports lovers with an unrivalled experience in the stunning setting of the Cable Inglés in Almería.
The BBoys and BGirls finals were a real spectacle, watched live by more than 1500 people on the Urban Stage. The BGirls competition saw a thrilling battle between Nicka and Stefani, who dazzled with their technique, originality and incredible moves. In the end, Nicka emerged as the 2023 European champion, winning the well-deserved gold medal. The talented Syssy won the bronze medal in this category. In the BBoys competition, the European champion turned out to be Menno, who demonstrated his impeccable skills by beating Lee in an intense battle. In addition, Spanish talent Xak won the bronze medal after defeating Danny Dan.
The BMX Women’s competition opened the finals, and the talented Iveta Miculycova was crowned the gold medal winner. Valeriia Liubimova took a well-deserved second place, demonstrating her great skill. Kenza Chaal completed the podium. In the BMX Man category, the talented Marin Rantes won gold thanks to a flawless first round. Great Britain’s Jude Jones and James Jones rounded out the podium, demonstrating an impressive level of skill with stunts that brought cheers to Central Park.
The scooter competition was one of the closest finals of the day, with the best riders pushing the limits in search of victory. The talented Roomet Säalik was crowned the overall winner of the Scooter final in Central Park. Säalik proved to be unrivalled in this thrilling final, edging out runner-up Jamie Hull. The third position was very close between Esteban Clot and Alex Gonzalez, and finally the Frenchman took the victory with a difference of only one point, highlighting the small details that made the difference. Alex Gonzalez showed his spectacular level and made clear his talent.
This first edition of Andalucía Urban has been a resounding success, thanks to the significant impact and the growing interest that urban sports generate in the public. With more than 15,240 visitors, the SevenMila event became a true spectacle full of emotions and unforgettable moments. Undoubtedly, Andalucía Urban has established itself as one of the most important sporting events in the region, generating great expectations for the next edition.