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Rio de Janeiro will host “Red Bull BC One” in 2024, the biggest breaking event in the world

The grand Red Bull BC One 2024 World Final already has an address: the Jeunesse Arena, in Rio de Janeiro!

On December 7, 2024, Brazil will host the global phase of the biggest 1×1 breaking competition in the world for the third time.

The championship's first trip to Brazil for a global final was in 2006, in São Paulo, at the Memorial da América Latina.

Rio de Janeiro also hosted the tournament in 2012 and this will be the second time that the capital of Rio de Janeiro will host the decisive stage of the event, celebrating Breaking and the 20-year history of the championship.


The best of breaking from all over the planet will arrive in Brazil next year: that's it, the World Cup Final Red Bull BC One will take place in Rio de Janeiro in 2024. For the third time, the biggest 1×1 breaking event will have its title defined in Brazil, after 2006 (São Paulo) and 2012, in Rio itself. The event will take place on December 7th , at the Jeunesse Arena, and the tickets are now on sale 🔥.
The announcement was made this Saturday in Paris, during the Red Bull BC One World Final. Next year, Brazil and France will be the only countries to host the event three times, which had its first edition in 2004, with the World Final in Biel, Switzerland.

Red Bull BC One: the story

Red Bull BC One was born 19 years ago with a different proposal from the breaking championships that were held until that moment: the battles became individual, which did not exist. Thus, the event became the world's first competition with 1v1 battles.
In 2018, the B-Girls also won their place in the World Final, a knockout tournament in which participants dance in front of a panel made up of five judges and have their skills evaluated. And everything goes to impress: technique, creativity and friendliness. Whoever is best in all the requirements wins.

And Brazil?

Did you see above that, for now, we only had one Latin American winner? Neguin he took the title in 2010. “When I'm in a competition, I'm not there to win, I'm there to learn”, says the B-Boy.
To get to the World Final, you need to be one of the guests — in 2023 there were 12 B-Boys and 12 B-Girls, the “wildcards”. They are chosen by a team of experts for their relevance in the scene. The remaining places to complete the group of 16 are played in the Last Chance Cypher, an event that takes place between the winners of the national cyphers.
Now we have to wait and see who will represent Brazil in 2024. Get ready for a lot of emotions and see you next year!

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