IJF Zagreb Grand Prix 2016 Day 3 Recap & Photos

The Zagreb Grand Prix 2016, the first IJF Grand Prix following the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, heralded a new term as a new generation of judoka tasted IJF World Judo Tour action.

IJF Zagreb Grand Prix 2016 Day 2 Recap & Photos

The Zagreb Grand Prix 2016 passed the halfway point on Saturday with a day of compelling judo and a plethora of new and exciting contests as the hosts ended their wait for a home medal with gold from their inspirational Rio 2016 Olympian Barbara Matic from Croatia.

Jiu Jitsu in the City: Toronto with Matt Kuris

Travel and training jiu-jitsu are more intertwined than we all think. Whether you are traveling specifically fro training, or just on vacation, you should have an idea of the offerings of every city. Matt kuris is a brown belt from Nova Uniao Toronto and has committed himself fully to his gym and his healthy lifestyle – he has given himself to the sport.

Abu Dhabi Grand Slam: Los Angeles – Day 2 – Miyao Brothers Dominate 67kg Division

The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam in Los Angeles continued where it left off yesterday, as UAE National team rose to the occasion in the No Gi divisions and won a total of 7 medals in the presence of UAE General Counsel to Los Angeles, His Excellency Abdulla Alsaboosi and UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation CEO, His Excellency Fahad Al Shamsi.

Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Tour: Los Angeles 2016 Official Weigh-in & Quotes

The UAE Jiu-jitsu Federation (UAEJJF), the official authority for the sport for Jiu-jitsu in the United Arab Emirates, conducted the official Gi Weigh-ins today at the L.A Convention Center, Los Angeles ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam | Los Angeles.

Judo Canada – Kyle Reyes Eliminated By Three-Time World Champion Henk Grol

Kyle Reyes’s first Olympic experience came to an end after a single match, against two-time Olympic medallist and three-time World Champion, Henk Grol. Two minutes forty-four seconds into the bout, Grol, from the Netherlands, scored a kosoto-gake for an ippon to eliminate the Ontario judoka.

IJF Judo – Rio 2016 Olympic Games Day 6 Morning Session Recap & Photos

On the eve of the closing day of the judo tournament in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, two categories were in action since 10:00 am this morning at the Arena Carioca 2: Men’s -100kg and Women’s -78kg. The -100kg category, to the general opinion, was one of the most impressive of the tournament so far, with a dozen athletes at least who could claim the supreme title.

Judo Canada – One Second Alters Kelita Zupancic’s Olympic Fate

Kelita Zupancic had her opponent, Austrian Bernadette Graf, pinned down to the ground. If she held her down for 15 seconds, she would score a waza-ari, tie the score, and take the match into overtime. After 14 seconds, Graf managed to get out of her hold.

IJF Judo – Rio 2016 Olympic Games Day 2 Morning Session Recap & Photos

After a first amazing day yesterday, from a technical point of view as well as from the atmosphere point of view in a Carioca Arena 2, which saw the coronation of two magnificent Olympic champions and the complete renewal of the podiums from the London Games in 2012, two new categories have been engaged today in Rio: Women’s -52kg and Men’s -66kg.

ONE: Grappling Challenge Macao Set for August 13 in China

The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), will be conducting a grappling tournament on Saturday, 13 August in Macao, China. The ONE GRAPPLING CHALLENGE MACAO is set to be held between 10am to 4pm in conjunction with the live pay-per-view event ONE: HEROES OF THE WORLD, which takes place that evening at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena. The tournament will follow IBJJF rules.