The Worlds Master is a different kind of tournament. Of course every athlete go in looking for the win in each match and for that they give all they got on the mat, but winning is really not the only thing that matters.
In each match, you find a great story.
It could be a blue belt that joined Jiu-Jitsu after his 50th birthday looking for a new lifestyle or a black belt competing while going through treatment for cancer.
It’s truly a family-oriented event, with wives, husbands, sons and daughters, grandsons and even great-grandsons rooting from the sidelines for their family members on the mats.
It’s a celebration of what Jiu-Jitsu is all about – being active, healthy and being part of an amazing community of people.