BC One Sydney Cypher Results

Winner of the BC One Sydney Cypher B-Boy Lowe Napalan, August 27 2017. Photo Bret Hemmings, Red Bull Content Pool

B-Boy Lowe Takes out Sydney BC One Cypher

Heads to World Finals in Amsterdam

Red Bull’s International B-Boy comp  – Red Bull BC One 2017 – recently held its Sydney cypher challenge at Ultimo’s Community Centre in front of a huge enthusiastic crowd.
On the night, B-Boy Lowe took home the crown, cementing his place as Australia’s best break dancer in the international series. 

Photo Brett Hemmings/Red Bull Content Pool

In front of a packed out audience of judges, dancers and fans at the Ultimo Community Centre, Sydney, B-Boy Lowe prevailed against the nation’s best break dancers in a one-on-one knockout battle format.

Lowe Napalan, an anime and sport lover who has been breaking for seventeen years, brought the house down with his unique individual style and classic breaking moves such as the toprock and downrock.

B-Boy Lowe will now head to Europe to compete in the Red Bull BC One World Finals on 4th November in Amsterdam.

Speaking after his win, Lowe, said he was happy to come out on top and meet everyone’s expectations.

“I trained quite well and hard in the lead up to this event. My body was feeling fit, strong and awesome, and I’m glad I could deliver on the day.

“A big shout to the SKB krew for all their support and I’m now really looking forward to putting in some work ahead of the finals,” said B-Boy Lowe.

Spectators are seen during the Red Bull BC One Cypher in Sydney, Australia on August 25, 2017. Image Brett Hemmings/ Red Bull Content Pool