European Nogi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championship

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European Nogi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championship
Competition details
Location Rome, Italy
Nickname(s) Nogi Euros
Discipline Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Type Nogi
Organiser International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation
History
First edition 2012
Editions 5
Most wins Male Eduardo Rios (5) Female Venla Luukkonen, Ester Tang, Monique Carvalho (2)

European Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship is a Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) tournament hosted annually by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation. It was first held in 2012 in London, England[1] and has been held subsequently each year in Rome, Italy.



List of European Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champions Male division, by Year and Weight[edit]

Year Host 51.5 kg Rooster 56.5 kg Light Feather 61.5 kg Feather 66.5 kg Light 71.5 kg Middle 76.5 kg M Heavy 81.5 kg Heavy 86.5 kg Super Heavy +86.5 kg U Heavy Absolute
2012[2] United Kingdom Brazil Maxmiliano Campos (1/1) Brazil Theodoro Almeida (1/1) Brazil Michael Langhi (1/1) Brazil Eduardo Rios (1/5) Brazil Dimitrius Souza (1/1) Brazil Bernardo Faria (1/2) Brazil Thiago Borges (1/1) Brazil Bernardo Faria (2/2)
2013[3] Italy Brazil Caio Terra (1/2) Italy Simone Franceschini (1/3) United States AJ Agazarm (1/4) Brazil Eduardo Rios (2/5) Brazil Alan do Nascimento (1/1) Brazil Francisco Neto (1/1) Brazil Henrique Pereira (1/1) Brazil Ricardo Evangelista (1/1) Brazil Caio Terra (2/2)
2014[4] Italy Brazil Paulo Melo (1/1) Italy Simone Franceschini (2/3) United States AJ Agazarm (2/4) Italy Luca Anacoreta (1/2) Brazil Eduardo Rios (3/5) Brazil Ricardo Mesquita (1/1) Poland Radoslaw Turek (1/1) Brazil Mauricio Lima (1/1) United States AJ Agazarm (3/4)
2015[5] Italy Italy Simone Franceschini (3/3) Brazil Luiz Tosta (1/1) Brazil Bruno Barbosa (1/1) Brazil Eduardo Rios (4/5) Brazil Charles Negromonte (1/1) Brazil Jackson Sousa (1/2) Portugal Manuel Pontes (1/1) Brazil Luis Carrara (1/1) Brazil Jackson Sousa (2/2)
2016[6] Italy United Kingdom Ashley Williams (1/1) Brazil Thiago Abreu (1/1) Brazil Eduardo Rios (5/5) Brazil Claudio Cardoso (1/1) Brazil Matheus da Silva (1/1) United Kingdom Arya Esfandmaz (1/1) Brazil Ruben Fonseca (1/1) Brazil Lucio Rodrigues (1/1)
2017[7] Italy Brazil Juan da Silva (1/1) Brazil Hiago Silva (1/1) United States AJ Agazarm (4/4) Brazil Isaque Bahiense (1/1) Brazil Stéfano Corrêa (1/1) Brazil Thiago Fortes Silva (1/2) Brazil Mahamed Aly (1/2) Brazil Otavio Serafim (1/1) Brazil Mahamed Aly (2/2)
2018[8] Italy Brazil Anthony Guy De Oliveira (1/1) Brazil Gabriel Marangoni de Oliveira (1/1) United States Michael Liera Jr (1/2) Republic of Ireland Darragh O Conaill (1/1) Italy Luca Anacoreta (2/2) Brazil Thiago Fortes Silva (2/2) France Thomas Loubersanes (1/1) Moldova Eldar Rafigaev (1/1) United States Michael Liera Jr (2/2)

List of European Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champions Female division, by Year and Weight[edit]

Year Host -46.5 kg Rooster -51.5 kg Light Feather -56.5 kg Feather -61.5 kg Light -66.5 kg Middle -71.5 kg Medium Heavy -76.5  kg Heavy +76.5 kg Super Heavy Absolute
2012[2] United Kingdom United Kingdom Ester Tang (1/2) United Kingdom Ester Tang (2/2)
2015[5] Italy United States Gegi Walker (1/1) Brazil Shanti Abelha (1/1) Finland Venla Luukkonen (1/2) Finland Venla Luukkonen (2/2)
2017[7] Italy Sweden Linda Lindström (1/1) Sweden Maxine Thylin (1/1) Brazil Monique Carvalho (1/2) Brazil Monique Carvalho (2/2)
2018[8] Italy United States Chelsea Leah (1/1) Brazil Michelle Nicolini (1/2) Brazil Michelle Nicolini (2/2)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results European Nogi 2012". Official BJJEE results. Retrieved February 11, 2018.
  2. ^ a b "European Open No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2012 Final Results" (PDF). IBJJF. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
  3. ^ "European Open No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2013 Final Results" (PDF). IBJJF. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
  4. ^ "European Open No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2014 Final Results" (PDF). IBJJF. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
  5. ^ a b "European Open No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2015 Final Results" (PDF). IBJJF. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
  6. ^ "European Open No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2016 Final Results" (PDF). IBJJF. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
  7. ^ a b "2017 ROME OPEN/EUROPEAN NOGI RESULTS AND FACEBOOK ALBUM". IBJJF. Retrieved February 11, 2018.
  8. ^ a b "EUROPEAN JIU-JITSU NO-GI IBJJF CHAMPIONSHIP 2018". IBJJF. Retrieved March 25, 2018.

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