Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Clubs and blog located in Auckland / Sandringham and Epsom / New Zealand contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Run by IBJJF Black belts (1 degree) Stuart Mitchell and Serge Morel.
Our classes are on Mondays and Wednesday from 6-8 pm at 681 Sandringham Road (Sandringham) and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8 pm at 6 Woodhall Road (Epsom) Auckland, New Zealand.
shall be awarded by the central referee of a match whenever an athlete
position for 3 (three) seconds.
proper defensive counter for a submission hold results in exiting the match
referee shall signal 2 (two)
awarded to the athlete applying the submission hold (as addressed in item 1.3.7).
should unfold as a progression of positions of technical control that
ultimately result in a
Therefore athletes who voluntarily relinquish a position, in order to again
same position for which points have already been awarded, shall not be awarded
who arrive at a point-scoring position while caught in a submission hold shall
only be awarded
they have freed themselves from the attack and stabilized the position for 3
one athlete comes to point-scoring positions but only gets out of the
submission in hold without staying in these positions,
he/she will not receive any advantage for that positions.
who, in defending
return their opponent back-down or sideways on the ground shall
awarded the takedown-related two points or advantage point.
defending standing back-control, where the opponent has one or two hooks in
place and doesn’t
foot on the mat, shall not be awarded the takedown-related two points or
advantage point, even
stabilizes the position for 3 (three) seconds.
who begin a
takedown movement before
the opponent pulls guard shall be awarded two points or an advantage point for
the move, respecting the Takedown rules.
an athlete has a grip on his/her opponent’s pants and the opponent pulls open guard, the
athlete with the grip on the pants shall be awarded two points for the takedown
if he/she stabilizes the top position on the ground for 3 (three) seconds.
pulls closed guard and remains suspended in the air, the
athlete will have to put the opponent’s back on the ground within 3 (three)
seconds and stabilize the top position for 3 (three) seconds to be awarded with
be awarded cumulative
points when they progress through a number of point-scoring positions, as
long as the three-second positional control from the final point-scoring
position is a continuation of the positional control from the point-scoring positions from
earlier in the sequence.
case, the referee shall count only 3 (three) seconds of control at the end of
the sequence before
points be scored (e.g., guard pass followed by mount counts for 7 [seven]
the case of the mount, when there is a transition straight from
back mount to mount or Vice-versa—for being distinct positions—athletes
shall be awarded four points for the first mount and another four
the subsequent mount, so long as the three-second stabilization period was
achieved in each