Jawad Blunt from Lahore was crowned Red Bull Street Style Pakistan Champion 2016. Jawad will now compete against some of the best freestylers in the world at the Red Bull Street Style World Finals 2016 scheduled to take in London later this year. Red Bull Street Style, the only premium and most important platform for freestylers around the world to showcase their skills, was activated in Pakistan for the third time. Thousands from all corners of Pakistan applied with the hope to represent their country at the Red Bull Street Style World Finals scheduled to take place in London from November 7-8, 2016.
The World Final of the planet’s premier freestyle football tournament – Red Bull Street Style – will be hosted in the United Kingdom for the first time this fall. Men and women from more than 40 nations will reveal their biggest and newest tricks at the Roundhouse in Camden (London), with the hope of going home with the World Championship title. In the dramatic circular setting, spectators will have 360 degrees of perspective to choose from as the defending champion – Britain’s own Andrew Henderson – takes on the world. It all happens on November 7–8, 2016.
First launched in 2008, Red Bull Street Style is a global competition that aims to find the best overall freestyle football player in the world. The sport is all about combining out-of-the-box creativity with out-of-the-ordinary skill. Individual athletes express themselves by executing jawdropping tricks with a ball in head-to-head play. The tournament format is designed to put equal weight on all sides of the equation: the most creative, technical and stylish player in each gender will be crowned Red Bull Street Style World Champion.