Breakdancing is among the sports being proposed for the 2024 Olympics.
Following next year's Tokyo summer games, Paris is next in line to be host city.
Organisers in France today announced four sports they're hoping to include: skateboarding, surfing, breakdancing and climbing.
While breakdancing would be making its debut, the three others are already confirmed for Tokyo.
Sport urbain, universel et populaire avec plus d'un million de BBoys et de BGirls en France, nous proposons de faire entrer le Breakdance 👟 et ses célèbres battles 🆚 aux Jeux de #Paris2024 pour la 1ère fois de l'histoire des Jeux 🎵
Sport additionnel 4/4 pic.twitter.com/zJNFg4PSk7
— Paris 2024 (@Paris2024) February 21, 2019
The International Olympics Committee (IOC) will need to approve the proposals before the disciplines can be officially included in the 2024 line-up.
A decision will be made by the end of 2020.
In total, the proposed events would allow 248 athletes to take part in the games.
'Spectacular and youth-orientated'
French sports minister Roxana Maracineanu said they're proposing the four "spectacular and youth-orientated" sports to show the world a "creative, inspiring and connected" France.
Tony Estanguet, head of the Paris 2024 organising committee, suggested the sports would make the Olympics "more urban" and "more artistic".
Breakdancing or breaking is already an event at the Youth Olympics, with the event making its debut in Buenos Aires last year.
Sergei Chernyshev - aka Bumblebee - from Russia won gold in the boys' event last year, with Japan's Ramu Kawai winning the girls' title.
According to the Olympic Channel, Paris organisers had also been lobbied to include squash, billiard sports and chess.