How Jeff Dunne reached the heights of Australian breaking in time for Paris Olympics | Jack Snape

<div><p>The 16-year-old prodigy has risen rapidly on the local scene and heads to the Olympics with his not-so-secret weapon just off stage</p><p>The 16-year-old’s head spins are spectacular. His footwork, elevated by a DJ’s beats, light and tight. But the status of Jeff Dunne, AKA J-Attack, as Australia’s best male breaker relies on his swagger and the odd cold stare.</p><p>Despite that, J-Attack also has a not-so-secret weapon: his mother, Rhondda. “I’m super glad,” Dunne says. “It’s wonderful to have someone that supports me in my life, and will continue to support me until they die.”</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/article/2024/may/11/jeff-dunne-breaking-breakdancing-australian-team-paris-olympics-2024">Continue reading...</a></div>

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The 16-year-old prodigy has risen rapidly on the local scene and heads to the Olympics with his not-so-secret weapon just off stage

The 16-year-old’s head spins are spectacular. His footwork, elevated by a DJ’s beats, light and tight. But the status of Jeff Dunne, AKA J-Attack, as Australia’s best male breaker relies on his swagger and the odd cold stare.

Despite that, J-Attack also has a not-so-secret weapon: his mother, Rhondda. “I’m super glad,” Dunne says. “It’s wonderful to have someone that supports me in my life, and will continue to support me until they die.”

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