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Nogi BJJ in New Zealand

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The competition in the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is booming in New Zealand.

Just few stats for the entries at the latest Nogi Nationals organised by NZ grappler.

196 kids

69 Adults

29 Masters

Age varies from 4 to 54 years old

Weight varies from 19 to 135 kg.

46 teams

67 females and 227 males competitors


When?

Saturday 01/04/17

Where?

ASB Stadium
237 Kohimarama Rd, Kohimarama, Auckland, New Zealand 1071


What time?

S C H E D U L E ūüďč
[SINGLE ELIMINATION]
8am Youth weigh in
10-11:30am Youth compete
11am Advanced Adults weigh in
11:30am - 12:30pm Advanced + Advanced Absolute compete
12pm Intermediate Adults weigh in
12:30-1:30pm Intermediate + Intermediate Absolute
1pm Beginner Adults weigh in
1:30-3:00pm Beginner + Beginner Absolute + Women Absolute


For more information on the event and their organizer.

http://nzgrappler.co.nz/

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