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Japanese Nationals: Anderson Takahasi wins black belt open class; other results

Anderson Takahashi (center of the picture)
Anderson Takahashi (center of the picture)

The IBJJF held its first ever Japanese National Championship this weekend in Tokyo.

Hundreds of athletes gathered at the Otaku Sogo Taiikukan for two days of action on April 16-17.

In the end, Anderson Takahashi de Faria was the standout with double gold at the adult male black belt division, winning the open class and the middleweight.

Here are the full results for the adult black belt division.

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light Feather

First – Tomoyuki Hashimoto – Carpe Diem

Second – Shimon Kagiyama – De La Riva JJ

Third – Kazuhiro Miyachi – Shooto Gym Roots

Third – Hideyuki Yamada – Tri-Force Jiu-Jitsu Academy

BLACK / Adult / Male / Feather

First – Daisuke Shiraki – Carpe Diem Hope

Second – Takuto Kako – Grappling Shoot Boxers

Third – Hiroaki Otsuka – PSBJJ Ogikubo

Third – Ichitaro Tsukada – Damm Fight Japan

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light

First – Akira Hosokawa – Carpe Diem Hope

Second – Hirokazu Takamoto – PGN Higashiyamato

Third – Tatsuya Kaneko – Paraestra Tokyo

Third – Jason Alexander Gagnon – Alliance Los Angeles

BLACK / Adult / Male / Middle

First – Anderson Takahashi De Faria – Rocha Jiu Jitsu

Second – Shutaro Debana – MMA & BJJ Dojo Cobrakai

Third – Viking Wai Chun Wong – GF Team International

BLACK / Adult / Male / Medium Heavy

First – Sadayoshi Roberto Mota Kurimori – Fight Move BJJ

BLACK / Adult / Male / Open Class

First – Anderson Takahashi De Faria – Rocha Jiu Jitsu

Second – Hirokazu Takamoto – PGN Higashiyamato

Third – Tatsuya Kaneko – Paraestra Tokyo

Third – Kazuhiro Miyachi – Shooto Gym Roots

in the team’s competition, results were:

1 – Impacto Japan B.J.J. – 84

2 – Carpe Diem – 70

3 – Infight Japan Jiu-Jitsu – 67

Click here for the full results.

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