And hop !


Here are the instructions that punctuate the daily training of Cléa, 15, a student in the hip-hop sports section in a Parisian high school.

This young "b-girl" ("b" for breakdance, which combines figures on the ground) is "a student like the others" since she follows a normal second general course there... except that she continues, every evening, with two hours of dance training!

It's been a year and a half that precarious students struggle


This passionate native of Cap d'Agde has only one objective: to get closer to the French team to have a chance to participate in the Olympic Games.

Because “the break will return to the Paris 2024 Olympics, specifies David Bérillon, head of the hip-hop section.

And Cléa is a bit unique in our school: we trained other breakers, boys, but this is the first time that we have a girl of such a level and with this specialty!


“We are starting to see more and more girls in break battles, rejoices Jade, a friend of Cléa.

So why not a team of girls at the Olympics?

With Cléa in it, I hope!


The person concerned, she, sees even much further: “Me, my biggest dream, it would be to become a choreographer.

Ah, that would be so good!

“, she enthuses.

Watch his workouts in this video from our partner Brut.

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