You may want to ask one of the moderators named Ron G, which is the name he goes by now. Back in the day- mid 80’s when breakdancing was the thing, he was known as GrandMasterRonnieG, or Gumby. He was known up and down the East Coast for pushing the envelope of breakdancing. A broken down Toyota Tercel and a piece of cardboard were standard travel gear as he went from club to club showing off his moves. It was the summer of 1984 when he reached cult status after the movie “Breakin” released. He played the lead role in the movie. His signature move was the “electric pelvis”, which was attempted to be duplicated by many, but never master by any. it drove the ladies crazy and still does today. At the Atlantic City Break-Off, 9 separate contests received medical attention attempting the move in their act. Only one was able to ever master the move- K-Tdiddy. He forever became known as the young jedi. Young jedi just disappeared one day into the great northwest.
RonnieG. squandered his millions of dollars earned in fame in search of the elusive, 1936 Ty Cobb, misprint Diamond baseball card, of which only 2 ever existed. Down to his last pennies, he began to run to escape the torment of lost fame and fortune.
A few years later RonnieG. set personal bests of 49.50 and 53.65 in the 400 and 400h. Today he continues to pass on his knowledge of track and breakin to the youth and women of America.
He is the only person to ever earn level 10 status in breakdancing, the equivalent of a black belt in karate x 100.
Email him and maybe he can give you an answer.