Hosted in Salzburg, Austria on November 28, the Red Bull BC One World Final will see the world’s top eight B-boys and B-girls battle it out for coveted World Champion title. This is the first time that the global event will be hosted in Austria. Fans of the competition will be able stream the Red Bull BC One World Final live on the go or from the living rooms on Facebook, YouTube and Red Bull TV on November 28. Last year, Mumbai, India hosted the World Final with a global viewership amounting to over 17 million. History was made in more ways than one as B-Boy Menno won the Red Bull BC One championship for the third time, becoming the only one ever to do it while B-Girl Kastet became the only Russian breaker to ever win a Red BullBC One world title. The first Red Bull BC One World Final was held in Biel, Switzerland, back in 2004. Host cities for the season’s final since have included Berlin, Paris, New York, Tokyo, Moscow and Rio de Janeiro among others.
B-boy Philip- was born in Kiev but raised in Moscow, where he fell in love with breaking at 14. Now based in Los Angeles, signed-model Philip has carved out his definitive style and unique flow as a self-taught breaker. With former-gymnast parents, Philip has fused the technical prowess of his Russian upbringing with a laid-back Cali groove. His dedication and talents landed him in one of the highest ranking B-Boy crews in the world, Squadron, where he has the honor of being mentored by some of the most notable breakers in the community, including RoxRite and Kid David.
B-girl Sunny- Hails from Cookeville, Tennessee, but now resides in New York City. She began breaking at 20 years old, inspired by the Philly street dance scene (where she attended school). Twelve years later, Sunny has multiple accomplishments under her belt including winning the 2015 Outbreak Europe B-girl solo battle, travelling to Japan and winning FISE Hiroshima, and also making it to the finals of the 2019 WDSF World Breaking Championships in Nanjing, China. As a member of the NYC-based breaking crew HITSQUAD, she is a proud advocate for female diversity in the breaking scene.
ABOUT RED BULL BC ONE
Red Bull BC One is the biggest and most prestigious one-on-one breaking competition in the world. Every year, thousands of breakers compete for a chance to represent at the World Final. 16 b-boys and 16 b-girls earn the right to enter an all-out battle on the Red Bull BC One stage, but only one will be crowned the champion. With 16 World Finals hosted in major cities around the world since 2004, Red Bull BC One has over 50 qualifier events and programs (cyphers and camps) in over 30 markets. For countries without an event, the Red Bull BCOne E-battle gives anyone with an internet connection, anywhere in the world, a fighting chance to become their next country champion. Red Bull BC One is also home to one of the most competitive breaking crews in the world, the Red Bull BC OneAll Stars. For more information, visit: www.redbullbcone.com.