We’re pretty sure you’re all familiar with what break-dancing is.
But what you may not have known is just how far it dates back. In the Soviet Union, break-dancing made its debut and got recognized in 1985. And a year later, the first "all-union break-dance festival" was held in Tallinn, the capital of Soviet Estonia, on Oct. 11 and 12 1986.
Recently, a former break-dancer searched the globe for the very same people who were part of that break-dancing festival in 1986. Yeah, sure they’re in their 40’s and 50’s now, but boy can these guys still move. Check out the video below:
How awesome is that?! Someone should totally make a documentary on this.