Kiwi dance crew The Royal Family have narrowly missed out on a fourth world title at the World Hip Hop Dance Champs, taking a silver medal at the competition.
The New Zealand team took silver in the MegaCrew category on the weekend, with Lock'n'Lol of Korea taking the top prize.
The crew, based out of the Palace Dance Studio in South Auckland, won three consecutive world titles between 2011 and 2013.
See the Lock'n'Lol show here:
But while they fell just short of winning the top category at this weekend's event in San Diego, fellow Kiwis The Bradas - who are part of the Identity Dance Crew - won the gold medal in the Adult division.
Watch The Bradas' performance here:
Nathan Kara, from The Bradas crew, told Jesse Mulligan on Radio NZ this afternoon that it had been a "pretty amazing" few days.
Kara - who will now travel to Los Angeles to do some auditioning - said it was one of the biggest experiences to be found in the hip-hop community, but the greatest thrill of winning was getting the job done with his teammates.
"The biggest prize is saying congratulations to each other for a job well done."
The World Hip Hop Dance Championships featured more than 3500 dancers from 50 countries.