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Jiu Jitsu Teams


Great feature from website BJJ Heroes !

http://www.bjjheroes.com/sort-by/search-by-jiu-jitsu-team

Search by Jiu Jitsu Team

With this new feature recently added to the BJJ Heroes website, you can chose your favourite team and search all the competitors and personalities available on this website that belong to that particular team. Unfortunately at this point we do not have all the teams but the most important ones should all be there.

Search Jiu Jitsu Figure By Team

Search all the figures of a specific team portrayed on this website by clicking on the links below.

Alliance: A true juggernaut amongst BJJ teams, Alliance has been one of the (if not the) biggest team in the jiu jitsu panorama in recent history always pacing fighters in the top positions.

 

 

American Top Team (ATT): With solid foundations in former Carlson Gracie and Brazilian Top Team members, ATT has generated a lot of buzz around it in both MMA and BJJ.

 

 

Atos: Famed for their guard magicians, Atos showed up in the late 2000’s but has already made a big name for themselves with several fighters winning important tournaments such as the World Cup Pro and the Mundials.

 
Barbosa Jiu Jitsu A team with a solid foundation in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Barbosa Jiu Jitsu is today one of the strongest teams at a Brazilian national level.
 

Brasa: Formed in its majority by former Alliance team members, Brasa appeared in the main stream of Jiu Jitsu in the mid 2000’s and is still one of the main BJJ teams in the world.

 

 

Brasil 021: One of the youngest teams on the list, Brasil 021’s shining star is Hannette Staack (multiple world and ADCC champion) but it has many more important figures on it’s roster.

 

 

Brazilian Top Team (BTT): Raised in the early 2000’s, the Brazilian Top Team has since had its bumps and bruises, but it is still a significant team amongst Jiu Jitsu’s and MMA’s landscape.

 

 

Carlson Gracie Team: One of the most historical teams to have ever entered a BJJ tournament, the CG team was once led by master Carlson Gracie and has since his departure been trying to get back in the mix amongst BJJ’s top teams.

 

 

Checkmat: One of the strongest teams in the world, Checkmat is one of the few teams that can rival Alliance’s prowess in the black belt division with new talent being pumped regularly into the Jiu Jitsu stream.

 

 

Cia Paulista (Companhia Paulista): As the name might hint, this team has strong roots in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but it has recently established bases in the USA and Australia and it is again becoming an important team in Jiu Jitsu tournaments all over the world.

 

 

GF Team (Grappling Fight Team):Formerly known as Gama Filho, the GFT is an historical academy from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil which has had tremendous success in recent years, having brought loads of talent to the world’s main competitions.

 

 

Gordo Evolve: With strong roots in the Gracie Barra family, the Gordo Jiu Jitsu team has been a beacon for foreigners looking for a place to train in Rio de Janeiro.

 

 

Gracie Barra: Few teams have a bigger curriculum then the Gracie Barra academy, the world’s most important team in the 2000’s, the Gracie Barra has recently moved HQ to California and is still one of the most important jiu jitsu schools in the world.

 

 

Gracie Fighter: A new team that has already proved to deserve a place amongst the best of the best. Time will tell what more talent may come from their mats.

 

 

Gracie Humaita: One of the premiere teams in the world, Gracie Humaita has had coaches such as Helio, Rickson, Royler and Rolker Gracie… with coaches like this, I don’t think I need to big it up…

 

 

Lloyd Irvin: The first American team to square up against the big Brazilian teams, Lloyd Irvin has been doing a tremendous job with the younger belt divisions and even the adult black belts.

 

 

Nova Geração: Another big team based out in the south area of Rio de Janeiro, Nova Geracao has today spread all over the world and has been very successful in competition.

 

 

Nova Uniao: Another historical team that had in the 1990s the best lightweight team the world had ever seen. Today they are still making their mark in the Jiu Jitsu and MMA world.

 

 

Paragon: A team with strong links to Alliance, the Paragon team has operated in the US since the late 1990’s and is still running strong in the national circuit (America) with a few classy competitors doing good internationally as well.

 

 

Renzo Gracie: A very strong team world wide, Renzo operates from New York, and has had tremendous success with his fighters both in MMA and BJJ.

 

 

Ryan Gracie: A strong team with a base in Sao Paulo, the Ryan Gracie team has been collecting trophies all around the world and is considered one of the top jiu jitsu teams today.

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Challenge #2 – Gi Grapplers Challenge – RESULTS 2011


Challenge #2 – Gi Grapplers Challenge – RESULTS

The Challenge #2 – Gi Grapplers Challenge – RESULTS

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CHALLENGE 2 Flyer The Challenge #2   Gi Grapplers Challenge   RESULTS NOW UP!!

The Challenge #2 – Gi Challenge Results – 5/21/2011
Team Standings (1st Place = 5 Points, 2nd Place = 3 Points, 3rd Place = 1 Point)
1st – Grapplers Guide – 27
2nd – Alliance – 15
3rd – Savarese – 13
Serra – 12
Performance – 11
NJ Training Grounds – 10
Quintella – 9
Advanced – 8
Renzo North Valley – 8
Delaware JJ – 8
Cutting Edge – 4
Elite Tactical – 3
Top Control – 3
Renzo Denville – 3
LA Boxing Hoboken – 3
Gracie Barra Long Island – 1
3G – 1
Unknown – 1
Bullpen – 1
Honorable Mention:
Ft. Meade
Five Points
Best Way
HGBMMA
NJ United
Subforce
IMBCT
CMAC
Jucao
All Star
Madama
Individual Results
Brown Belt – 160 to 175.9
1st – Shawn Aukstakains – Serra (Can now compete FREE for 1 year)
2nd – Jim Lepping – GGA
Purple Belt 145 to 159.9
1st – Chris Ulbricht – GGA (Can now compete FREE for 1 year)
2nd – Michael Horun – Serra
3rd – Brian Procel – Savarese
Purple Belt – 160 to 174.9
1st – Stanislav Dakhe – Advanced (Can now compete FREE for 1 year)
2nd – Adrian Luna – Elite Tactical
Purple Belt – 170 to 189.9
1st – Nelson Puentes – Alliance (Can now compete FREE for 1 year)
2nd – Preston Gagg – Top Control
3rd – Daniel Calise – Serra
Purple Belt – 190 to 209.9
1st – Rafael Garay – Performance (Can now compete FREE for 1 year)
2nd – Matt Walter – Cutting Edge
Blue Belt – 144.9 and Under
1st – Frank Rosenthal – Renzo North Valley
2nd – Jessie Dynak – GGA
3rd – Anthony Vinticinque – Serra
Blue Belt – 145 to 159.9
1st – David Brown – NJ Training Grounds
2nd – Bryan Brown – Savarese
3rd – JonDavid Batista – Cutting Edge
Blue Belt – 160 to 174.9
1st – Bill Green – Quintella JJ
2nd – Dan Arthur – Renzo Denville
3rd – Danny Stolfi – Serra
Blue Belt – 175 to 189.9
1st – John Neidrich – GGA
2nd – Daniel Lleonart – Savarese
3rd – Mike Pecoraro – Performance
Blue Belt 190 to 209.9
1st – Andrew Silber – Alliance
2nd – Danilo Bueno – GGA
3rd – Joshua Dawson – Quintella
White Belt – 144.9 and Under
1st – Adam Conboy – Performance
2nd – Ean Taggart – Quintella
3rd – Pano Botero – Serra
White Belt – 145 to 159.9
1st – Mike Gonzolez – Savarese
2nd – Chris Roberts – Advanced
3rd – Jesse Schneider – Savarese
White Belt – 160 to 175.9
1st – Tim Park – NJ Training Grounds
2nd – Brendan Dallas – LA Boxing Hoboken
3rd – Timothy Stamm – Gracie Barra Long Island
White Belt – 175 to 189.9
1st – Pete DiFabio – Delaware JJ
2nd – James Dixon – Delaware JJ
3rd – James Ryu
White Belt – 190 to 209.9
1st – Mike Fiorillo – GGA
2nd – Michael Wiswesser – Renzo North Valley
3rd – Colby Zell – 3G
White Belt – 210 and Above
1st – Charles Bachi – Alliance
2nd – Mike Dilione – GGA
3rd – Jose Gonzales – Bullpen