Browsing: Around the World

Remember that training partner who tore up his knee a few months back? The one that was going to rest and try to rehab it and come back once he healed up? What ever happens to


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We just ran across this article from the Montreal Gazette on how BJJ helped practitioner, Etienne Georges in his battle with Chron’s disease. It also discusses our sport’s relationship with MMA, and its growth in Montreal


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  We all know there’s risk in what we do. While it’s nice to think that severe injury doesn’t happen, at the end of the day it’s a reality of training and competition. One of the


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Just like the rest of the world, BJJ is growing in Mexico. The country is in a prime location, benefiting from proximity to both the US and Brazil and access to the talent that both countries


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So you want to run a Grapplethon…

Our friends over in the UK are wrapping up another successful grapplethon, and the man behind the scenes is spreading advice for all those out there who might want to replicate the event in other areas.


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Our friends over in the UK are gearing up for 24 straight hours of grappling at the 2013 Grapplethon and just posted some tips for surviving the potentially grueling event. 1. Bring at least four gis,


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This amazing project was just brought to our attention. BJJ in Ethiopia connects students in Atlanta, GA, USA with students in the Mai Ayni Eritrean refugee camp in Tigray Province, Ethiopia through BJJ. According to organization contact,


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