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Team Rockit’s ambassadors form a collective of individuals who share our ‘Have No Limits’ attitude when it comes to pursuing their passion. While continuing to achieve personal and professional success within their fields, our ambassadors also pledge to work with Team Rockit to motivate and inspire other aspiring athletes and performers.


Toby Stannard / dance

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.

Highlights include:

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




Zoe Hewlett / climbing

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.

Highlights include:

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




Finn Hallard / b-boy

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.

Highlights include:

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




Brogan Bursill / trials

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




Kailon Chery / dance

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.



Let us support you


At Team Rockit we know that it is much easier to stay motivated with a good team behind you, which is why we are committed to helping people meet their potential.


Our mentoring takes different forms: from seeking out the right places for you to showcase your skills through to specific training. Or just helping you find the right headspace to drive yourself forwards. Team Rockit might be able to help you too – just send us a short video to show us what you do.


We are also thrilled to be working in partnership with Dorset-Based charity Aim Commmunity, through which we offer our mentoring programme. Find out more about this exciting creative arts organisation.