Jamie Tabberer

Fun, games and toned stomachs...

at the Sony Ericsson B-Boy Championships

Last week, we rocked up to the Sony Ericsson B-Boy Championships, where 20 year-old Roxy Milliner (aka B-Girl Roxy) set a brand new Guinness World Record with an astonishing 71 head spins in one minute by a female break-dancer.

The best poppers, lockers, B-Girls and B-Boys in the country flaunted their best moves and tricks at the buzzing event in the Brixton Academy. The event was hosted by the original and undisputed founder of B-Boy, 24-year veteran Crazy Legs and was won by US crew, Skill Methodz after eight rounds of grueling, high-energy break-dance battles.

UK crew the Soul Mavericks also took part, with the eight-strong team including B-girl Roxy. They battled their way through the first round and won over the 5,000 strong crowd with their flairs and freezes but failed to take home the coveted title.

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