Master and seniors international jiu-jitsu championship

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Fighters before the beginning of the combat in Masters and Seniors Championship

The Master international jiu-jitsu championship is a contest realized annually since 1996, in Tijuca Tênis Clube, in Rio de Janeiro. The event is open to all society. According to CBJJ, "the main goal is to stimulate elders athletes, in a specific contest, restoring the image of this sport which, when well taught, is very valuable in education, graduating men with moral characters".[1][2][3]

Categories[edit]

Belts: Blue, Purple, Brown, Black, - Male and female. The age is evaluated as the one the athlete completes in the year of the contest.

  • Master : 30 to 35 years old
  • Master 1 : 36 to 40 years old
  • Master 2 : 41 to 45 years old
  • Master 3 : 46 to 50 years old
  • Master 4 : 51 to 55 years old
  • Master 5 : 56 years old and elder.

Results[edit]

Available information[edit]

Since 2004, CBJJ has broadcast the general result by teams.

2004[edit]

  • 1° - Gracie Humaitá
  • 2° - Alliance - EOFC Integração
  • 3° - Gracie Barra

2005[edit]

  • 1° - Brasa
  • 2° - Brazilian Top Team
  • 3° - Gracie Humaitá

2006[edit]

  • 1° - Gracie Humaitá
  • 2° - Carlson Gracie
  • 3° - Gracie Barra

2007[edit]

  • 1° - Gracie Humaitá
  • 2° - Brasa
  • 3° - UGF

2008[edit]

  • 1- Gracie Humaita
  • 2- Alliance
  • 3- Brazilian Top Team

2009[edit]

  • 1- Gracie Barra
  • 2- Gracie Humaitá
  • 3- Brazilian Top Team

2010[edit]

  • 1- Gracie Humaita
  • 2- Gracie Barra
  • 3- Nova União

2011[edit]

  • 1 - Gracie Humaitá
  • 2 - Nova União
  • 3 - Gracie Barra

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Campeonato Internacional de Master e Sênior de Jiu-Jitsu 2010". Companhia Paulista de Jiu-Jitsu. 1 August 2007. Retrieved 30 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Campeonato Internacional de Máster e Sênior - CBJJ". O Lutador. Retrieved 5 January 2012. 
  3. ^ Araruama Jiu-Jitsu, 2011, in

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