World Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship

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World Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship
Competition details
Location Long Beach, California
Local name(s) Sem Kimono Mundials, Nogi Worlds
Discipline Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Organiser International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation
History
First edition 2007
Editions 11
Most wins Caio Terra (10)


The World Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship is a prestigious Nogi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) tournament hosted annually by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation. The tournament has been held at California State University in Long Beach, California, United States, since its creation in 2007.


List of World Nogi Champions in Men's Brazilian Jiu Jitsu by Year and Weight[edit]

Year Host 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 United States 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) Brazil Marcel Louzado (1/1) Brazil Robert Alencar (1/5) Brazil Vinny Magalhaes (1/1) Brazil Bruno Paulista (1/1) United States Jeff Monson (1/1)
2008 United States Brazil Pablo Texeira (1/2) Brazil Caio Terra (1/10) Brazil Bruno Frazzato (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 United States 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 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 (1/5) Brazil Roberto Abreu (2/5)
2011 United States 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 (3/5) Brazil Marcus Almeida (2/2)
2012 United States 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 (4/5) Brazil Alexandre Ribeiro (2/2)
2013 United States Brazil Caio Terra (6/10) Brazil Laercio Fernandez (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 United States Brazil Caio Terra (7/10) Brazil João Miyao (1/3) 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 Simoes (2/4)
2015 United States Brazil Caio Terra (8/10) Brazil João Miyao (2/3) 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 United States 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 Joshua Hinger (1/2) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (2/4) Brazil Luis Panza (1/1) Brazil Yuri Simões (3/4) Brazil Yuri Simoes (4/4)
2017 United States Brazil Caio Terra (10/10) Brazil João Miyao (3/3) Brazil Osvaldo Moizinho (2/2) Brazil Renato Canuto (1/1) United States Joshua Hinger (2/2) United States Keenan Cornelius (2/2) Brazil Arnaldo Maidana (1/1) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (3/4) Brazil Roberto Abreu (5/5) Brazil Lucas Barbosa (4/4)

List of World Nogi Champions in Women's Brazilian Jiu Jitsu by Year and Weight[edit]

Year Host 51.5 kg 56.5 kg 61.5 kg 66.5 kg 71.5 kg +71.5 kg Absolute
2007 United States Brazil Bianca Andrade Barreto (1/2) United States Gazzy Parman (1/1) Brazil Hannette Staack (1/1) South Africa Penny Thomas (1/1)
2008 United States Brazil Leticia Ribeiro (1/2) Brazil Bianca Andrade Barreto (2/2) Brazil Michele Nicolini (1/4) Brazil Ana Laura Cordeiro (1/2) Brazil Gabrielle Lemos Garcia (1/4) Brazil Ana Laura Cordeiro (2/2)
2009 United States 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 Lemos Garcia (2/4) United States Hillary Williams (2/2)
2010 United States Brazil Leticia Ribeiro (2/2) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (1/3) Canada Emily Kwok (1/1) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (1/4) United States Katrina Weilbacher (1/1) Brazil Michele Nicolini (2/4)
2011 United States Brazil Michele Nicolini (3/4) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (2/3) United States Rachel Demara (1/1) Brazil Fernanda Mazzelli (1/2) United States Emily Wetzel (1/1) Brazil Michele Nicolini (4/4)
2012 United States Brazil Sofia Amarante (2/2) Brazil Ana Carolina Vidal (1/2) Brazil Beatriz Mesquita (3/3) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (2/4) Brazil Fernanda Mazzelli (2/2) United States Tammy Griego (1/1)
2013 United States United States Tammi Musumeci (1/3) Brazil Ana Carolina Vidal (2/2) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (3/4) Brazil Talita Nogueira (1/2) Brazil Talita Nogueira (2/2)
Year Host 46.5 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 United States Mackenzie Dern (1/2) Australia Sophia McDermott Drysdale (2/2) Brazil Luiza Monteiro (4/4) Brazil Andresa Correa (1/3) Brazil Gabrielle Lemos Garcia (3/4) Brazil Gabrielle Lemos Garcia (4/4)
2015 United States 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 United States Brazil Patrícia Santos (2/3) Brazil Talita Alencar (1/2) United States Tammi Mesumeci (3/3) United States Amanda Alequin (1/1) Brazil Nathiely de Jesus (1/2) Brazil Andresa Correa (3/3) United States Nathiely de Jesus (2/2)
2017 United States Brazil Patrícia Santos (3/3) Brazil Talita Alencar (2/2) United States Jena Bishop (1/1) United States Raquel Pa'aluhi(1/1) Brazil Jessica Oliveira (1/2) Brazil Jessica Oliveira (2/2)

Black Belt Trivia[edit]

  • Caio Terra has won 10 Nogi World Championships, the highest in IBJJF Nogi competition history.
  • Michelle Nicoline, Luiza Monteiro and Gabrielle Garcia have each won 4 Nogi World Championships, tying for the highest number of championships in the female category

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. International Federation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. World Championship, Results. ibjjf.com. URL last accessed June 10, 2008.
  1. IBJJF Weight Classes [1]

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