World No-Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship

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World No-Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship
Competition details
LocationLong Beach, California
Local name(s)Sem Kimono Mundials, No-Gi Worlds
DisciplineBrazilian Jiu-Jitsu
OrganiserInternational Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation
History
First edition2007
Editions11
Most winsCaio Terra (10)


The World No-Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship is a no-gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) tournament hosted annually by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation held at California State University in Long Beach, California. Since its creation in 2007, Caio Terra has won 10 No-Gi World Championships, the highest in IBJJF No-Gi competition history, and Michelle Nicolini, Luiza Monteiro and Gabrielle Garcia have each won 4 No-Gi World Championships, tying for the highest number of women's championships.

Men's Champions[edit]

Year 55.5 kg 61.5 kg 67.5 kg 73.5 kg 79.5 kg 85.5 kg 91.5 kg 97.5 kg +97.5 kg Absolute
2007 Japan Takeo Tani (1/1) Brazil Samuel Braga (1/1) Brazil Rubens Charles (1/4) United States Jeff Glover (1/1) Brazil Pablo Popovitch (1/3) United States Kim Johnson (1/1) Brazil Roberto Camargo (1/5) Brazil Vinny Magalhaes (1/1) Brazil Bruno Paulista (1/1) United States Jeff Monson (1/1)
2008 Brazil Pablo Texeira (1/2) Brazil Caio Terra (1/10) Brazil Bruno Frazatto (1/1) Brazil Rubens Charles (2/4) Brazil Daniel Moraes (1/1) Brazil Saulo Ribeiro (1/1) Brazil Roberto Alencar (2/5) Brazil Gabriel Vella (1/1) Brazil Antonio Braga Neto (1/3) Brazil Antonio Braga Neto (2/3)
2009 Brazil Pablo Texeira (2/2) Brazil Caio Terra (2/10) United States Baret Yoshida (1/1) Brazil Lucas Lepri (1/3) Brazil Lucas Leite (1/3) Brazil Romulo Barral (1/1) Brazil Roberto Alencar (3/5) Brazil Antonio Braga Neto (3/3) United States Josh Barnett (1/1) Brazil Roberto Alencar (4/5)
2010 United States Brandon Mullins (1/2) Brazil Caio Terra (3/10) United States Justin Rader (1/2) Brazil Lucas Lepri (2/3) Brazil Gilbert Burns (1/2) Brazil Pablo Popovitch (2/3) United States Rafael Lovato Jr. (1/3) Brazil João Assis (1/3) Brazil Roberto Abreu (1/6) Brazil Roberto Abreu (2/6)
2011 United States Brandon Mullins (2/2) Brazil Caio Terra (4/10) Brazil Rubens Charles (3/4) Brazil Lucas Lepri (3/3) Brazil Victor Estima (1/1) United States Rafael Lovato Jr. (2/3) Brazil Lucas Leite (2/3) Brazil Marcus Almeida (1/2) Brazil Roberto Abreu (3/6) Brazil Marcus Almeida (2/2)
2012 Brazil Caio Terra (5/10) Brazil Henrique Rezende (1/1) Brazil Rubens Charles (4/4) Brazil Augusto Mendes (1/2) United States De'Alonzio Jackson (1/2) BrazilPablo Popovitch (3/3) Brazil Roberto Alencar (5/5) Brazil Alexandre Ribeiro (1/2) Brazil Roberto Abreu (4/6) Brazil Alexandre Ribeiro (2/2)
2013 Brazil Caio Terra (6/10) Brazil Laercio Fernandes (1/1) United States Justin Rader (2/2) United States Jonathan Torres (1/1) Brazil Gilbert Burns (2/2) Brazil Eduardo Telles (1/1) Brazil Jackson Sousa (1/1) United States James Puopolo (1/1) United States Rafael Lovato Jr. (3/3) Brazil Murilo Santana (1/1)
2014 Brazil Caio Terra (7/10) Brazil João Miyao (1/4) Brazil Samir Chantre (1/1) United States AJ Agazarm (1/1) Brazil Marcelo Mafra (1/2) United States Keenan Cornelius (1/2) Brazil Lucas Leite (3/3) Brazil João Assis (2/3) Brazil Yuri Simões (1/4) Brazil Yuri Simões (2/4)
2015 Brazil Caio Terra (8/10) Brazil João Miyao (2/4) Brazil Augusto Mendes (2/2) Brazil Michael Langhi (1/1) United States De'Alonzio Jackson (2/2) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (1/4) Brazil Felipe Pena (1/2) Brazil João Assis (3/3) Brazil Gabriel Lucas (1/1) Brazil Felipe Pena (2/2)
2016 Brazil Caio Terra (9/10) United States Michael Musumeci (1/1) Brazil Osvaldo Moizinho (1/2) Brazil Marcio Barbosa (1/1) Brazil Marcelo Mafra (2/2) United States Josh Hinger (1/3) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (2/4) Brazil Luis Panza (1/1) Brazil Yuri Simões (3/4) Brazil Yuri Simões (4/4)
2017 Brazil Caio Terra (10/10) Brazil João Miyao (3/4) Brazil Osvaldo Moizinho (2/2) Brazil Renato Canuto (1/1) United States Josh Hinger (2/3) United States Keenan Cornelius (2/2) Brazil Arnaldo Maidana (1/1) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (3/4) Brazil Roberto Abreu (5/6) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (4/4)
2018 Japan Nobuhiro Sawada (1/1) Brazil João Miyao (4/4) Brazil Kennedy Maciel (1/1) United States Gianni Grippo (1/1) Brazil Hugo Martinez (1/1) United States Josh Hinger (3/3) United States Tim Spriggs (1/1) Brazil Kaynan Duarte (1/1) United States Gordon Ryan (1/2) United States Gordon Ryan (2/2)
2019 Brazil Thalison Soares (1/1) Brazil Hiago George (1/1) Brazil Alexssandro Sodré (1/1) Ecuador Johnny Tama (1/1) Canada Dante Leon (1/1) Brazil Manuel Ribamar (1/1) Poland Adam Wardzinski (1/1) Brazil Vinicius Gazola (1/1) Brazil Roberto Abreu (6/6) Brazil Victor Hugo (1/1)

Women's Champions[edit]

Year n/a 51.5 kg 56.5 kg 61.5 kg 66.5 kg 71.5 kg +71.5 kg n/a Absolute
2007 Brazil Bianca Andrade Barreto (1/2) United States Gazzy Parman (1/1) Brazil Hannette Staack (1/1) South Africa Penny Thomas (1/1)
2008 Brazil Leticia Ribeiro (1/2) Brazil Bianca Andrade Barreto (2/2) Brazil Michele Nicolini (1/4) Brazil Ana Laura Cordeiro (1/2) Brazil Gabrielle Garcia (1/4) Brazil Ana Laura Cordeiro (2/2)
2009 Brazil Sofia Amarante (1/2) Australia Sophia McDermott Drysdale (1/2) United States Hillary Williams (1/2) United States Valerie Worthington (1/1) Brazil Gabrielle Garcia (2/4) United States Hillary Williams (2/2)
2010 Brazil Leticia Ribeiro (2/2) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (1/5) Canada Emily Kwok (1/1) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (1/4) United States Katrina Weilbacher (1/1) Brazil Michele Nicolini (2/4)
2011 Brazil Michele Nicolini (3/4) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (2/5) United States Rachel Demara (1/1) Brazil Fernanda Mazzelli (1/2) United States Emily Wetzel (1/1) Brazil Michele Nicolini (4/4)
2012 Brazil Sofia Amarante (2/2) Brazil Ana Carolina Vidal (1/2) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (3/5) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (2/4) Brazil Fernanda Mazzelli (2/2) United States Tammy Griego (1/1)
2013 United States Tammi Musumeci (1/3) Brazil Ana Carolina Vidal (2/2) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (3/4) Brazil Talita Nogueira (1/3) Brazil Talita Nogueira (2/3)
Year 47 kg 51.5 kg 56.5 kg 61.5 kg 66.5 kg 71.5 kg 76.5 kg +76.5 kg Absolute
2014 United States Mackenzie Dern (1/2) Australia Sophia McDermott Drysdale (2/2) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (4/4) Brazil Andresa Correa (1/3) Brazil Gabrielle Garcia (3/4) Brazil Gabrielle Garcia (4/4)
2015 Brazil Patrícia Santos (1/3) United States Tammi Musumeci (2/3) Brazil Karen Antunes (1/1) Brazil Angelica Galvao (1/1) Brazil Andresa Correa (2/3) United States Mackenzie Dern (2/2)
2016 Brazil Patrícia Santos (2/3) Brazil Talita Alencar (1/3) United States Tammi Mesumeci (3/3) United States Amanda Alequin (1/1) Brazil Nathiely de Jesus (1/3) Brazil Andresa Correa (3/3) Brazil Nathiely de Jesus (2/3)
2017 Brazil Patrícia Santos (3/3) Brazil Talita Alencar (2/3) United States Jena Bishop (1/1) United States Raquel Pa'aluhi(1/2) Brazil Jéssica Flowers (1/4) Brazil Jéssica Flowers (2/4)
2018 Brazil Mayssa Bastos (1/2) United Kingdom Ffion Davies (1/1) Brazil Catherine Perret (1/1) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (4/5) Brazil Luanna Alzuguir (1/1) Brazil Nathiely de Jesus (3/3) Brazil Jéssica Flowers (3/4) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (5/5)
2019 Brazil Mayssa Bastos (2/2) Brazil Amanda Monteiro (1/1) Brazil Talita Alencar (3/3) Brazil Nathalie Ribeiro (1/1) United States Raquel Pa'aluhi (2/2) Brazil Vedha Toscano (1/1) Brazil Talita Nogueira (3/3) United States Kendall Reusing (1/1) Brazil Jéssica Flowers (4/4)

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