COPA de Bangkok

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COPA de Bangkok
Competition details
LocationBangkok, Thailand
DisciplineBrazilian Jiu-Jitsu
TypeMartial arts competitions
OrganiserBangkok Fight Lab
Director(s)Morgan Perkins
Divisions
Current weight divisionsUltra Heavyweight: over 221.0 lbs (+100.5 kg)

Super Heavyweight: under 221.0 lbs (–100.5 kg)
Heavyweight: under 207.5 lbs (–94.3 kg)
Medium Heavyweight: under 194.5 lbs (–88.3 kg)
Middleweight: under 181.0 lbs (–82.3 kg)
Lightweight: under 167.5 lbs (–76 kg)
Featherweight: under 154.0 lbs (–70 kg)
Light Featherweight: under 141.0 lbs (–64 kg)
Roosterweight: under 126.5 lbs (–57 kg)
Female
over 80 kg
under 80 kg
under 74 kg
under 69 kg
under 64 kg
under 58 kg
under 53 kg
under 48 kg

(with gi)
History
First edition2008
Final edition2019 (Halted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

COPA De Bangkok is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu competition that developed from "BJJ Thailand open" in 2008 which are created by a group of "BJJ gyms" in Bangkok.[1][2]

History[edit]

Since 2016, Bangkok Fight Lab, under the management of Morgan Perkins, has been responsible for holding the event.[3][4] This caused the technical level of the competition to be regulated by IBJJF and ADCC standards.[5][6][7] Every year, more than 400 participants from more than 50 countries compete in this event.[8][9][10] But in 2020, the tournament was canceled due to restrictions imposed by the Thai government due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Divisions[edit]

The following is a sample of the divisions used by Copa de Bangkok divided into their respective weight brackets.

Youth[edit]

YOUTH6 years and under(No-Gi and BJJ) YOUTH7-9 yrs. old(No-Gi and BJJ) YOUTH10-12 yrs. old(No-Gi and BJJ) TEENS13-15 yrs. old(No-Gi and BJJ) TEENS16-17 yrs. old(No-Gi and BJJ)
Lightweight 49.9 lbs. & under 59.9 lbs. & under 79.9 lbs. & under 99.9 lbs. & under 119.9 lbs. & under
Middleweight 50-59.9 lbs. 60-69.9 lbs. 80-89.9 lbs. 100-114.9 lbs. 120-134.9 lbs.
Cruiserweight 60-69.9 lbs. 70-79.9 lbs. 90-99.9 lbs. 115-129.9 lbs. 135-149.9 lbs.
Heavyweight 70 lbs. & over 80 lbs. & over 100 lbs. & over 130 lbs. & over 150-169.9 lbs.
Superweight N/A N/A N/A N/A 170 lbs. & over

Women[edit]

NO-GI BEGINNER(12 months training or Less) NO-GI ADVANCED(12 months training or more) BJJ WHITE BELT BLUE BELT PURPLE/BROWN/BLACK BELT
Class A 119.9 lbs. & under 119.9 lbs. & under 119.9 lbs. & under 119.9 lbs. & under N/A
Class B 120-139.9 lbs. 120-139.9 lbs. 120-139.9 lbs. 120-139.9 lbs. N/A
Class C 140-159.9 lbs. 140-159.9 lbs. 140-159.9 lbs. 140-159.9 lbs. N/A
Class D 160 lbs. + 160 lbs. + 160 lbs. + 160 lbs. + N/A
Absolute Open Weight Open Weight N/A N/A Open Weight

Men[edit]

Men's No-Gi
Weight class NOVICELess than 9 Months TrainingNo Wrestlers BEGINNER9-18 Months Training INTERMEDIATE18-36 Months Training ADVANCED36+ Months Training
Bantam 129.9 lbs. & below 129.9 lbs. & below 129.9 lbs. & below 129.9 lbs. & below
Flyweight 130-139 lbs. 130-139 lbs. 130-139 lbs. 130-139 lbs.
Feather 140-149 lbs. 140-149 lbs. 140-149 lbs. 140-149 lbs.
Light 150-159 lbs. 150-159 lbs. 150-159 lbs. 150-159 lbs.
Welter 160-169 lbs. 160-169 lbs. 160-169 lbs. 160-169 lbs.
Middle 170-179 lbs. 170-179 lbs. 170-179 lbs. 170-179 lbs.
Cruiser 180-189 lbs. 180-189 lbs. 180-189 lbs. 180-189 lbs.
Light-Heavy 190-199 lbs. 190-199 lbs. 190-199 lbs. 190-199 lbs.
Heavy 200-209 lbs. 200-209 lbs. 200-209 lbs. 200-209 lbs.
Super 210 lbs. + 210 lbs. + 210 lbs. + 210 lbs. +
Absolute Open Weight Open Weight Open Weight Open Weight

Rules[edit]

No-Gi[edit]

Round time Divisions
4 Minutes Children/Teens, Women's Beginner, Men’s Novice & Men’s Beginner
5 Minutes Men’s Intermediate, Women's Intermediate & Men’s Executive & Masters
6 Minutes Men’s/Women’s Advanced

Gi[edit]

Round time Divisions
4 Minutes Children & teens
5 Minutes White belts
6 Minutes Blue belts
7 Minutes Purple belts
8 Minutes Brown belt
10 Minutes Black belts

COPA De Bangkok 2019[edit]

COPA de Bangkok Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition was held on November 23–24, 2019 at National Stadium in Bangkok. The presence of 477 Fighters from all over the world has increased the importance of the championships.[11]

List of men champions[edit]

Male Gi / White / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-64 kg Thailand Solos Sinchaitan Indonesia Audric Lauw Indonesia Adriano Firizky
United States Zach Miller
-70 kg France Aymeric Laurencic United States Dustin Shiau Thailand Ittikorn Pakdeewong
United States Michael Cornwallis
-76 kg Thailand Ratanapidech Jantanakha Italy Antonio Marcello Fedele Thailand Phatiphan Atrhinkong
Thailand Jun Santipongchai
-82.3 kg Canada Ramy Djellal Taiwan TSU HAU Mo
-88.3 kg Thailand Jitt Kasemsri Switzerland Dario Dome Thailand Ben Klinsukorn
+100.5 kg Thailand Prab Watabunditkul India Prateek Iqbal Kharb Canada Hamza Aloui

Male Gi / White / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-57,5 kg United States Kevin Koplar Singapore Shaikh Ahmad Zahid
-70 kg Taiwan YuHsien Wang United States John Rosplock
-76 kg Thailand Kittipong Jumpeesri Taiwan Wei Ting Lin United Kingdom Daniel Cooper
-88.3 kg Russia Pavel Schweik Taiwan N/A United Kingdom Andrew Grindlay
-94.3 kg Iran Reza Goodary India Aaron Arul Netherlands Chee ming Chan

Male Gi / White / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-70 kg Thailand Wisawa Kaveekavakorn Thailand Krissda Kanittasoontorn
-76 kg Malaysia Khim Sun Lau United States Justin Judah South Korea Sangin lion Jung
Scotland Marek Miedzybrodzki
-76 kg Thailand David Sutthaluang Italy Stefano Gaidano Malaysia Abdul Rahim Haron
-88.3 kg United States Meade McDermott Singapore Chee Keong Tan Thailand Aekchai Bumroechoke
Germany Michael Buchinger
+100.5 kg United Kingdom Lee Murphy Thailand Kitti Chutburanonthachai

Male Gi / Blue / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-64 kg Thailand Chonlatee Aramvibool Thailand Nattapat Khamwan Thailand Thoranis Karnasuta
France William GURGUI
-76 kg Thailand Jitwisut Keesuriya Thailand Sarin Soonthorn United States Rusty Rehl
Thailand Sirirot Sinchaitan
-76 kg Kazakhstan Nursultan Aganin Algeria Mehdi Meghzifene Thailand Jatupol Leaupathanasuk
United States Casey Roof
-82.3 kg Russia Alikhan Visimbaev China Hua Feng He Thailand Nawaphon Kokarunpong
United Kingdom Scott Martin

Male Gi / Blue / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-64 kg Malaysia Ong Ee Xun Netherlands Arno Nabuurs Thailand Suradate Wilaipan
-70 kg Thailand Mangthus Rewtawee Thailand Anthony Ryu Japan Yoshifumi Nao
Singapore Yusran Ahzam
-76 kg Russia Miroslav Veliev Thailand Pithak Phoogphun Philippines Eduardo II Alcanzare
-94.3 kg Kazakhstan Faizkhan Boribekov China Peng Guo
+100.5 kg Iran Arash Mardani Thailand Chakrit Chidsin United States James Woodard

Male Gi / Blue / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-82.3 kg Russia Sergei Cuzmin
-88.3 kg Thailand Ratcharat S Thailand David Sriariyarungruang Italy Gianluca Passoni
Thailand Thanawat Manawongsakul

Male Gi / Purple / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-76 kg Thailand Phakorn Ngamganokwan Thailand Chayut Rojanakat United States Thomas Murphy
-82.3 kg Australia Campbell Symes Indonesia Muhammad Aldy Dharmawan United States Vincent Harvey
Malaysia Raymond Tan Hean Ming

Male Gi / Purple / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-70 kg Chile Williams Aranguiz Thailand Atiwat Suvinijjit

Male Gi / Purple / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-70 kg Philippines JP Buduan Thailand Kwan Chinachote
-76 kg United Kingdom Charles Reed Thailand Shin Watanabe
-94.3 kg Russia Anton Kim Switzerland Marco Kuster
+100.5 kg United Kingdom Mark Straughan United States Jonathan Fisher

Male Gi / Brown / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-70 kg Australia Journ Tang Thailand Pons Ponce Japan Masato Kono

Male Gi / Brown / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-70 kg Canada Demitri Telfair

Male Gi / Brown / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-76 kg Thailand Pons Ponce United States Tony Perticaro

Male Gi / Black / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-82.3 kg United States De'Alonzio Jackson Brazil Bruno Amorim Brazil Alisson Braga

Male No-Gi / Beginner / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-67 kg Thailand Phasit Suppharojdilok Sweden Enes Ahmemulic Thailand Chatchawit Techarukpong
France William Gurgui
-73 kg Thailand Sirirot Sinchaitan Thailand Phatiphan Atrhinkong Vietnam Tung Le Thanh
-79 kg Thailand David Sutthaluang Thailand Tanat Kruanpinit
-85 kg Ukraine Anton Grytsenko Thailand Ben Klinsukorn Taiwan Tsu Hau Mo

Male No-Gi / Beginner / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-67 kg Thailand Wisawa Kaveekavakorn Taiwan YuHsien Wang United States Kevin Koplar
-91 kg Iran Reza Goodary India Aaron Arul
+97 kg Thailand Chakrit Chidsin India Prateek Iqbal Kharb Philippines Raymund Matabang

Male No-Gi / Beginner / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-73 kg Malaysia Khim Sun Lau Scotland Marek Miedzybrodzki

Male No-Gi / Intermediate / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-73 kg United States Casey Roof United States Thomas Murphy Vietnam Duc Pham Anh
Thailand Chayut Rojanakat
-79 kg Germany Alexander Scheck China Hua Feng He
-69 kg Japan Koki Ichikawa Kazakhstan Faizkhan Boribekov

Male No-Gi / Intermediate / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-67 kg Chile Williams Aranguiz Sweden Martin Lindkvist
-85 kg Vietnam Tuan Bui Anh Malaysia Raymond Tan Hean Ming
+97 kg Iran Arash Mardani United States Jonathan Fisher

Male No-Gi / Intermediate / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-67 kg Philippines JP Buduan Netherlands Arno Nabuurs Thailand Sarun Satawin
-85 kg Switzerland Marco Kuster Indonesia Aseanto Oudang Russia Sergei Cuzmin

Male No-Gi / Advanced / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-73 kg Australia Lucas Cannon Japan Masato Kono United States Dan Zalewski
-85 kg United States De'Alonzio Jackson Australia Campbell Symes Canada Demitri Telfair
United States Daniel Larman

Male Absolute Gi / White / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Thailand Phatiphan Atrhinkong Thailand Ben Klinsukorn Thailand Jitt Kasemsri
Thailand Solos Sinchaitan

Male Absolute Gi / White / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open France Aymeric Laurencic Iran Reza Goodary United Kingdom Daniel Cooper
Russia Pavel Shvaiko

Male Absolute Gi / White / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Malaysia Abdul Rahim Haron United Kingdom Lee Murphy Thailand David Sutthaluang
Germany Michael Buchinger

Male Absolute Gi / Blue / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United States Seth Sarrett Hong Kong Brad Choi Thailand Jatupol Leaupathanasuk
United Kingdom Scott Martin

Male Absolute Gi / Blue / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Iran Arash Mardani Thailand Mangthus Rewtawee Thailand Suradate Wilaipan
Thailand Anthony Ryu

Male Absolute Gi / Blue / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Thailand Ratcharat S Italy Gianluca Passoni Philippines Eduardo II Alcanzare

Male Absolute Gi / Purple / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Australia Campbell Symes Japan Koki Ichikawa Indonesia Muhammad Aldy Dharmawan
United States Vincent Harvey

Male Absolute Gi / Purple / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United States Jonathan Fisher United Kingdom Charles Reed Philippines JP Buduan
Russia Anton Kim

Male Absolute Gi / Brown / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Japan Masato Kono Thailand Pons Ponce

Male Absolute Gi / Brown / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Canada Demitri Telfair Thailand Pons Ponce

Male Absolute Gi / Black / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Brazil Alisson Braga Brazil Bruno Amorim United States De'Alonzio Jackson

Male Absolute No-Gi / Beginner / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Thailand Ben Klinsukorn Thailand Phatiphan Atrhinkong Ukraine Anton Grytsenko

Male Absolute No-Gi / Beginner / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Iran Reza Goodary France Sebastien Molina

Male Absolute No-Gi / Beginner / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Thailand David Sutthaluang Scotland Marek Miedzybrodzki

Male Absolute No-Gi / Intermediate / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Japan Koki Ichikawa Kazakhstan Faizkhan Boribekov United States Thomas Murphy
Kazakhstan Nursultan Aganin

Male Absolute No-Gi / Intermediate / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open India Prateek Iqbal Kharb Sweden Martin Lindkvist Vietnam Tuan Bui Anh
Kazakhstan Nursultan Aganin

Male Absolute No-Gi / Intermediate / Master 2 (36+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United States Jonathan Fisher Switzerland Marco Kuster Thailand Sarun Satawin

Male Absolute No-Gi / Advanced / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United States De'Alonzio Jackson Australia Campbell Symes Canada Demitri Telfair
United States Daniel Larman

List of women champions[edit]

Female Gi / White / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-48.5 kg Singapore Calista Lee Singapore Kimberly Cordeiro Taiwan Jengru Juang
-53.5 kg Singapore Nadiah Lim Singapore Huay Cheng Ng Singapore Eve Ng
-58.5 kg Russia Dilshoda Umarova Spain Ana Calleja Moral Singapore Alison Ang
-64 kg Russia Ilvira Musifullina United StatesSade Stanley Thailand Isara Tanadumrongsak
Thailand Jennifer Yansucon

Female Gi / White / Master 1 (30+)[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-53.5 kg Singapore Ng Huay Cheng Thailand Shyanin Nakeesathit Singapore Carol Widjaya
Singapore Calista Lee
-58.5 kg China Ding Miao Thailand Chomchanok Visuddhidham Singapore Faradila Prameshwari
Singapore Jessica Koh
-64 kg Singapore Alison Ang Singapore Dwi Jayanti Singapore Alison Ang

Female Gi / Blue / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-53.5 kg Japan Ayano Kurokawa Singapore WanJia Sng Indonesia Desyana Gemina
Thailand Vilayvanh Sengsouvanh
-58.5 kg Malaysia Ardeena Wan Singapore Elaine Chua South Korea Bohyun Kim
Malaysia Lee Pei San
-69 kg Russia Oksana Tsybulskaya Indonesia Jacqueline Angsono

Female No-Gi / Beginner / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-56 kg Russia Dilshoda Umarova China Ding Miao China Jingyu Li
-61 kg United States Shalini Negi Thailand Jennifer Yansucon Indonesia Dwi Jayanti
United States Sade Stanley

Female No-Gi / Intermediate / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
-56 kg Japan Ayano Kurokawa Indonesia Desyana Gemina
-66 kg United Kingdom Sarah Scott Malaysia Ardeena Wan

Female Absolute Gi / White / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Spain Ana Calleja Moral Malaysia Lisha Fauzan Russia Dilshoda Umarova
China Ding Miao

Female Absolute Gi / Blue / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United Kingdom Lucy Greenway Russia Oksana Tsybulskaya Indonesia Desyana Gemina
Indonesia Jacqueline Angsono

Female Absolute No-Gi / Beginner / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open Russia Dilshoda Umarova China Ding Miao United States Sade Stanley
United States Shalini Negi

Female Absolute No-Gi / Intermediate / Adult[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
Open United Kingdom Sarah Scott Indonesia Desyana Gemina

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