No one, but it wasn’t called “breakdancing.” Breakdancing existed in Europe in different forms and shapes and forms of performance going back as far as the Roman Empire. Why was it not considered illegal? People were breaking for a variety of reasons, such as showing off, competition, or as a way to relax. It was a performance and people had to abide by certain rules. It wasn’t an illegal activity, but it wasn’t a very popular one either. The only thing that was illegal was performing it in public. And there were some cases where people would go too far and actually break some laws.
So what did it have to do with the Olympics? The story begins with the Spanish conqueror, Don Quixote (1491-1514). He brought along with him a lady named Isabella de Quixana. The two were engaged and Quixano was the king’s favourite, but Isabella’s husband was the King of the Netherlands. So that was a problem. The King of Nacou was one of his enemies. The Dutch, a land where the king controlled virtually all the wealth was in revolt against him. They had been brought to Spain in the fifteenth century and they couldn’t bear to live under Spanish rule. The Dutch wanted to rebel back home and the Spanish in turn wanted to rebel against the Dutch. So, in 1511, Don Quixano sent an embassy to Spain to discuss the situation. He asked the king to pay him a visit to his palace in Madrid. Quixano’s ambassador was William Penn. Here is the story in its entirety. Quixano is a knight, but he is also a knight of the Spanish Crown, which is a very odd title for a knight. He is the highest ranking Spanish monarch in that capacity. He was also one of the most powerful men in that era and he was also a king and a king had the right to have men of his own rank come to his country. He invited Quixano to come to his palace. Quixano, of course, wanted to visit his country and that is where the story begins. Quixano asked for a tour of his country. It was one of the most beautiful countries in all of Europe and that was the starting point. But, at the last minute, Quixano was not allowed an invitation. After a few years, he wanted a visit anyway and he set out for Amsterdam. He had just turned 15 so he was allowed to walk around.
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