I started dancing in 2009, and within just three years I reached a level where I was able to teach street dance. I’ve successfully competed in many local and international competitions and battles.
Much of my own training was self-taught; the mental capacity it takes to get good at your game can’t be underestimated. I am pleased to support the work of Team Rockit in helping others to achieve their potential.
UDO World All Star Champion 2015 & 2017
IDO Euros Gold Popping Champion 2016
IDO Euros Gold Battle Solo Champion 2016 & 2018
IDO Worlds Gold Popping Champion 2016 & 2018
IDO Worlds Gold Battle Groups Winner 2015, 2016 & 2018
I started climbing in September 2016 after several years of gymnastics. Spotted by my now coach Richard Coupland at an open day at a local Climbing Centre in Swindon, I joined the Boulder South West Squad and train for Bouldering (with no harness) and Lead Climbing (with harness).
Since then I have finalled, reached podiums and won various open competitions and leagues, including the finals of the UK’s Youth Climbing Series which took place in Scotland in April. I came 13th in the country just 18 months since I started climbing training.
Youth Climbing Series 2017 – 3rd Place in 2 heats and 4th Overalll for South West
Reading Winter Bouldering League – Overall 2nd Place
Youth Climbing Series 2018 – 1st Place in all heats and overall 1st place for South West
Youth Climbing Series Natianal Final – 13th Place
I’ve been dancing since 2014. After trying different styles of street dance, I stumbled across b-boying (breakin) and that was it – I was hooked.
I spend the majority of my time training and teaching myself due to a lack of high level breakin teachers in my local area, which I feel gives me my unique and powerful style.
I currently represent two dance crews: Battle Holex Worldwide, who I first represented for at the British B-Boy Championships, 2016, and Born To Rock, who I represented for at the British B-Boy Championships, 2017.
I am a true believer that you get back in return what you put in. So you have to work hard! As a Team Rockit ambassador I’m keen to promote this message.
Winner of British Breakin League – under 16s category
First kids judge at Vile Style – after winning the battle two years in a row
Winner of numerous regional breakin events throughout the UK
My name is Brogan Bursill and I’m a trials rider from Scotland. I started of with motorcycle trials in 2010, which I shortly followed with cycle/bike trials in 2012 to help improve my skill set and balance on the motorbike.
Other riders that inspire me in the trials scene are Ali C because of his smooth riding style, and Jack Carthy for his never-ending work ethic and the fact he has held onto the World Championship title for such a long period of time (becoming 8 times World Champion in 2018).
Highlights for me include:
Winner of all the Scottish motorcycle trials championship rounds in 2018
2nd in the 2018 Scottish bike trials championship
3rd in a round of the British bike trials championship
My dance journey began when I was 5 years old, learning breakin and popping at SouthZone Dance Academy in Portsmouth. After taking a few years out, I started studying hip-hop at the age of 13. From there I knew it was for me. It was keeping me fit and off the streets.
In 2015 I qualified for the IDO Europe Championship in Poland where I placed 38th out of 100 dancers. I then had an amazing opportunity to dance with South Coast Collaboration (SCC) in London for the Inspired show cast, also performing at Breaking Convention with Odyssey Dance Crew.
I have been training in the style Krump since 2016, battling in London under the name Kid Silencer a.k.a Ruffian. In 2018 I joined UEL (University Of East London) to study urban practice dance where I learn hip-hop, house, breakin, locking, popping and many more styles, giving me as much versatility as possible.