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Let’s Move: IOC invites breakers, BMX riders and skaters to show the world their skills in street challenge

September 12 2023 - News Release News Editorial

The International Olympic Committee (IOC), with support from Worldwide Olympic Partner Samsung, has announced its new Let’s Move Street Challenge, a unique online competition inviting BMX, breaking and skateboarding enthusiasts to showcase their best sporting moves and creative talent.

Let’s Move: IOC invites breakers, BMX riders and skaters to show the world their skills in street challenge

The victors will be crowned Let’s Move Street Challenge winners and receive a special, behind-the-scenes trip to an Olympic Games qualification event for these sports. Submissions are open from 23 September 00:00 CEST to 21 October 24:00 CEST on Olympics.com, where you can already find more details about the competition.

The Let’s Move Street Challenge, supported by Worldwide Olympic Partner Samsung, is a new Olympic initiative from the IOC. It is a unique digital competition that challenges people* from all corners of the world to showcase their sporting and creative talent in BMX, breaking and skateboarding. With the vision of being open, accessible and inclusive, and providing inspiration to practise sport, competitors are invited to enter the challenge by submitting a 30-second video of themselves performing their best move.

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