Felipe Pena and Andresa Correa are the 2016 European black belt open class champions.
Pena closed out the male division with his Professor Romulo Barral, after the two finished all their opponents this Saturday.
In the female division, Andresa Correa was successful in her strategy to shut down Mackenzie Dern’s fast-paced game to win 2-0 after a sweep early in the match.
The other black belt champions were:
Mackenzie Dern finished Yasmine Wilson with a toe hold for the featherweight title.
Andresa Correa completed her double-gold campaign with a leg lock on Karolina Zawodnik for the medium-heavy title.
Ewelyn Arruda beat Venla Luukkonen 4-2 for the superheavy title.
Kristina Barlaan caught Ariadne Oliveira with a bow and arrow choke for the lightfeatherweight gold medal.
Jessica Cristina beat Laurence Cousin 3-2 on advantages on the lightweight final.
Luiza Monteiro caught Amanda Loewen with a leg lock for the middleweight title.
Caio terra beat Koji Shibamoto 4-3 on advantages for the roosterweight title.
João Miyao took the lightfeather title after close out with teammate Hiago George.
Marcio Andre beat Paulo Miyao by split refs decision after a 1-1 tie on advantages at the featherweight final.
Yago de Souza is the middleweight champion after a 2-0 win over Alan Finfou.
Gabriel Arges is the mediumheavy champion after a close out with Romulo Barral.
Jackson Sousa beat Felipe Bueno 10-0 for the heavyweight title.
Michael Liera beat Alex Cabanes 8-6 for the lightweight title.
Erberth Santos beat Lucio Lagarto 8-2 for the superheavy title.
Pedro Moura beat Luke Costello 5-0 for the ultraheavy gold medal.
Also this Sunday, the brown belt division crowned its champions.
The two standouts were Tayane Porfirio and Nicholas Meregali.
Tayane Porfirio won both the superheavy division and the open class.
In the absolute, she defeated Talita Alencar 5-0 for the gold medal.
in the male division, Meregali finished second in the heavyweight division and came back to win the open class.
In the final, he beat Helton Junior by refs decision.
In the teams competition, Alliance won the adult division (male and female), Gracie Barra won the Masters and the Novice and Zenith BJJ won the juvenile division.
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