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  1. What are the World Urban Games?

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    A brand new competition featuring eight ‘new-generation’ sports including Breaking (Break Dancing), BMX Freestyle, Roller Freestyle, Parkour, 3X3 Basketball and Flying Disc Freestyle.

    The World Urban Games Budapest 2019 will bring together the biggest stars of the next generation of sports. BMX freestyle and 3x3 Basketball will both feature at Tokyo 2020 and Breakdancing (Breaking) has been proposed for inclusion in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

    Follow Newsround's guide on what to see at the World Urban Games.

    What are the World Urban Games?

    Breaking-at-the-Youth-Olympics

    Freestyle BMX, 3X3 basketball and roller freestyle, are just some of the sports featuring at the first ever World Urban Games which take place in Budapest in Hungary this weekend.

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  2. Who to look out for

    Saturday’s Breaking finals will feature men’s world number one Menno Wilhelmus Henricus van Gorp from the Netherlands, and b-girl Roxy from London who has represented GB at numerous international competitions including the UK B-Boy Championships World Finals.

    In the men’s BMX finals all five of the top ranked male athletes will battle it out, including world number one Justin Dowell of USA. GB’s James Jones, who is ranked ninth in the world, will also be competing.

    The women’s final also features a number of global stars, including world number one Hannah Roberts from the USA, and Minato Oike from Japan. GB’s Val Ward will be competing and after just missing out on a top three spot at the Nass Festival Invitational BMX Women's Park in July, she’ll be ready to try again on an international stage.

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  3. How to watch the World Urban Games

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    The BBC will bring you live coverage of the World Urban Games which you can follow on the BBC Sport website & app as well as Connected TV.

    Saturday, 14 September

    17:15 – 18:15 - Friday’s Highlights, BBC Sport website & app

    18:15 – 19:00 - Breaking finals, BBC Sport website & app

    Sunday, 15 September

    10:30 – 11:00 - Saturday’s Highlights, BBC Sport website & app

    10:30 – 12:00 - Women’s BMX finals, BBC Sport website & app

    15:45 – 17:30 - Men’s BMX finals, BBC Sport website & app

    17:30 – 18:45 - 3v3 Basketball finals, BBC Sport website & app

    Monday, 16 September

    17:30 – 18:00 - Sunday’s highlights, BBC Sport website & app

    You can also catch-up on all the action on BBC iPlayer.

  4. Get inspired: World Urban Games

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    Basketball is one of the eight new-generation sports at the World Urban Games, so if you’re feeling inspired then take a look at our guide on how start playing.

    Anyone can play, and there are thousands of outdoor courts across the country where you can play for free. If you’d like to experience the social aspect of basketball, you can find your local club by visiting England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland Basketball Association websites.