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2 weeks away from the 2214 BJJ NOGI COMPETITION - 22 FEB

 All right, we are 2 weeks away from the competition.

auckland bjjWe have 4 classes and 1 open mats before the event.

Time to put all the hard training into practise.

If you do not compete, come and support your team mates at the event.
  
Check out your weight categories, read the rules and understand them. If you have any questions, ask your coach. 

It is not acceptable to think that you do not have to read the rules if you plan to play any kind of sports.

Please register on 



http://strongvon.com/nzgrappler10

more details on

http://nzgrappler.co.nz/category/tournaments/


Rules on

 http://ibjjf.org/rules/


NZ Grappler’s BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU NO-GI TOURNAMENT will be held 22 February 2014. Don’t miss your chance to challenge yourself among the best of New Zealand. The event will take place at the TRUSTS ARENA in Henderson, Auckland. Adults and kids will compete on Saturday 22nd February.


REGISTRATION FEE
Until 11:59 pm Saturday 15 February 2014
Adults: $50
Kids: $40
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Until 11:59 pm Wednesday 19 February 2014
Adults: $60
Kids: $50


SPECTATOR FEE

We will need to charge spectator fees to cover the costs of renting the venue. The TRUSTS ARENA has proven to be an excellent venue for the event, so we would like to continue to provide the best venue for our competitors.
Adults: $5
Kids: $2


DIVISIONS

Competition is for both kids and adults of all levels and from all academies. There will be Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced divisions for all weight classes.
The adult weight classes in kilograms (kg) are IBJJF No Gi divisions:
MEN (kg): 57.5, 64, 70, 76, 82.3, 88.3, 94.3, 100.5, 100.5+
WOMEN (kg): 53.5, 58.5, 69, 74, 74+



2014 NO GI Schedule
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Kids
Weigh in 8-9 am
Compete from 10am to 12 noon
Medals 12 to 12.30pm

Adults
Weigh in 10-11.30am
Compete from 12.30 to 6pm

Advanced weights first
Then Absolute division
Then Advanced medals

Then intermediate
Intermediate medals

Beginners
Beginner’s medals


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