Following the worldwide trend of carefully resuming sporting activities, the CBJJ is back on the competitive circuit.
The South-American Jiu-Jitsu Championship, a traditionally big event held by the Brazilian arm of the IBJJF, is now set to take place between the 10th and 14th of December at the Deodoro Arena in Rio de Janeiro.
To keep everyone safe, this year’s edition will have no audience in the arena. Only competitors, each accompanied by one coach, will be allowed in when it’s their time to fight.
The tournament will have categories for adults and masters of every belt color. Fighters can register at cbjj.com.br or ibjjf.com. If you’re interested in fighting, please be aware of possible travel restrictions.
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