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Break dancing, also called breaking and B-boying, is an energetic form of dance, fashioned and popularised by African Americans and U.S. Latinos, that includes stylised footwork and athletic moves such as back spins or head spins. Break dancing originated in New York City during the late 1960s and early ’70s, incorporating moves from a variety of sources, including martial arts and gymnastics.

Breaking, the official name for competitive breakdancing, will become an Olympic sport for the first time at the 2024 Paris Olympics. To help celebrate and spread recognition of the sport here in Australia, the inaugural Redline Games in 2022 will host a crew of competing B-Boys and B-Girls, all breaking it out to determine the best breakdancer.

Breaking at the Redline Games is an exhibition only event and is not suitable for novice athletes.


The 2nd Redline Games Edition of the ABA Battle Series is scheduled for the weekend of April 1st-2nd in Western Sydney, as part of The Redline Games Sports Festival! The Redline Games will bring together thousands at Australia's largest festival of physical highs and visual vibes across a spectrum of sports, abilities, and capabilities.

Come and experience the breaking culture and witness Australia’s top breakers go head-to-head in the first National Breaking Championships of 2023.

Day 1
Events: 1v1 Open categories
Where: Sydney International Regatta Centre
Time: 12pm-4pm

Day 2
Events: 1v1 15/u + Crew categories
Where: Sydney International Regatta Centre
Time: 11am-3pm

- 1v1 Open Bgirl (ranked)
- 1v1 Open Bboy (ranked)
- 1v1 Bgirl 15/u (ranked)
- 1v1 Bboy 15/u (ranked)
- Crew

Medals + cash + merchandise


Saturday, 1 April 202312:00 pm 
Sunday, 2 April 20233:00 pm

Sydney International Regatta Centre

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