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2015 Brazilian Nationals turns into biggest Jiu-Jitsu event ever with 3447 athletes registered

João Miyao in action this weekend at the 2015 Chicago Open. Photo: Ivan Trindade/GRACIEMAG
João Miyao in action this weekend at the 2015 Chicago Open. Photo: Ivan Trindade/GRACIEMAG

The 2015 Brazilian Nationals championship is already a historical event even before the first athlete sets foot on the mats in Barueri, Brazil.

With 3447 athletes registered, it is officially the biggest Jiu-Jitsu event in history.

The mark belonged to the 2015 European championship, which registered over 3200 athletes this year in Lisbon.

Among the enormous crowd ranging from the child’s white belt to the master 6 black belt, some big star will compete this week, starting this Thursday, there are several major players in the Jiu-Jitsu competition circuit.

Brothers João and Paulo Miyao, Michael Langhi, Isaque Paiva, Vitor Genovesi, Augusto Tio Chico, Renato Cardoso, Rodrigo Cavaca, Erberth Santos and João Gabriel Rocha are just some of the stars to be displaying their style in São Paulo.

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