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The Lone Breaking Star 14/11/2017

B-Boy Jordan © Tyrone Bradley / RB Content Pool

How did B-Boy Jordan, the only breaker from Africa still in the running for one of the 24 places at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (BAYOG), make it into a recent edition of OLÉ, the #1 sports paper of Argentina?

Well, he first got a write-up published by the Communications Department of the BAYOG Organising Committee on the buenosaires2018.com website.

He puts his effort into persepective!


If I make the YOG it will be the biggest achievement of my life so far.”                     

“I have never participated in sports at school or done extra-curricular activities because I have been dancing and no one has ever understood that until now, now that it’s an (Youth) Olympic sport.” 

“I realised I would be acknowledged, people would recognise my passion at school and in my community. They would understand why I was doing it, how hard it is and that it’s not just a thing you do, it is a lot of practise and time dedicated.”

Read the full article on the BAYOG website!