6th - 11th August 2023 again in Prague, Czech Republic


The Big Final of Super Ball + Results

Super Ball final was bigger than it has ever been

This years final was held in the center of Prague on Jan Palach square, next to the magnificent Opera house. The setup was amazing and the atmosphere was as unique as it usually is in the Super Ball finals. On the final schedule there was the finals of the Female Battles, the finals of Routines and Double routines, and of course the final of the Battles.

The wonderful Lorenzo Pinciroli from Da Move crew got a partner host, Petr Cerha, who is a famous media star in Czech republic. The finals were livestreamed to Sporf facebook site and it had tens of thousands of viewers and it was also broadcasted live on Czech national TV.

The show started with the semifinals of girls Battles, where Liv Cooke and last years winner Kalina went to the final, leaving Cait and Lucia to battle for the third place. In the bronze battle Lucia from Slovakia beated Caitlyn from USA and got a place on the podium once again. In the final Liv Cooke from England was really at her best and didn’t really live chances for Kalina from Poland. Liv Cooke won the girls world championship with her outstanding performance.

The Routines were really tight this year. Yosshi from Japan was the only one to do a dropless routine out of the five players in the final. Luki from Poland did the first minute of his routine blind folded which impressed the judges. But not even this year there was no routine better than Gautiers from France. Gautier won his sixth Routine world championship in a row. Luki was second and Yosshi was third.

In the Double Routines the audience got to witness some amazing actions. In the routine of Yo & Kazane from Japan very unfortunate thing happened when Yo sprained his ankle during the routine. Yo had made it to the top8 but he had to scratch his battle against Emil Källdoff because the injury was that bad. The amazing Fagerli brothers were unstoppable also this year and they won the Double Routined world championship. The second place went to Japanese Duo Yosshi & Yu-J an the third place went to France for Gautier & Mathieu

The Battles were saved to last. On the first round Tobias from Norway was knocked out against Pedrinho from Brazil who made his way all the way to the final. The semifinal between Ricardinho from Brazil and the last years champion Erlend from Norway was perhaps the best battle of the whole competition. The result couldn’t have been tighter as the judges chose Ricardinho to the final with 3-2 votes. In the final there was two Brazilians: Pedrinho and Ricardinho. Pedrinho was taking risks to beat Ricardinho. But Ricardinho was steadier in the final and became the second Brazilian world champion of Super Ball.

All together Super Ball 2017 was bigger and better than ever before. The level of freestyle was higher and it was easy to see the improvement in the whole event

The results of all the competitions

The Show Flow

1. Erlend Fagerli (Nor)

2. VLO (Swe)

3. Brynjar Fagerli (Nor)

The Rookie Battles

1. Oskar Raneke (Swe)

2. Sammy Almahi (USA)

3. Adrian Zagorski (Pol)

The Intermediate Battles

1. Ruslan Rylkou (Blr)

2. Sindre Torfoss (Nor)

3. Jojje Lingard (Swe)

Sick 3

1. Ricardinho Araujo (Bra)

2. Luca Chiarvesio (Ita)

3. Ars Klementev (Rus)


1. Timur Alekseev (Rus)

2. Konrad Dybas (Pol)

3. Ars Klementev (Rus)

Iron Man

1. Tobias Becs (Nor)

2. Jairo Gonzales (Mex)

3. Robert Guzik (Pol)


1. Ferjani Safi (Bel)

2. Ashley Floorise (Zaf)

3. Hakan Explosion (Ger)

3v3 Street Football

1. Panna Match Berlin (Ger)

2. Copenhagen Panna House (Den)

3. Pannalicious (Cro)


1. Gautier (Fra)

2. Luki (Pol)

3. Yosshi (Jap)

Double Routines

1. Erlend & Brynjar Fagerli (Nor)

2. Yosshi & Yu-J (Jap)

3. Gautier & Mathieu (Fra)

Female Battles

1. Liv Cooke (Eng)

2. Kalina (Pol)

3. Lucia (Slo)


1. Ricardinho Araujo (Bra)

2. Pedro Oliveira (Bra)

3. Erlend Fagerli (Nor)