Last day to register for Abu Dhabi WPJJC East Coast Trial on Oct. 20

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Winners at the 2012 WPJJC New York trial. Photo: Dan Rod

On Sunday, Oct. 20 the last of the American trial winners will be chosen. Only given two chances on the west and east coast, this is the last opportunity to win a free, all-expenses paid trip to Abu Dhabi for the main event in 2014.

In previous years athletes from white to black belt earned their place in the roster for the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship but winning a local tournament months prior. At the main event in April of 2012, competitors experienced the United Arab Emirates, competed alongside a slew of international Jiu-Jitsu athletes and some came home with thousands of dollars in cash prizes. Don’t miss your chance to do the same for 2014.

The price is $125 and for various divisions you must win at weight and also win the open weight divisions, which are divided into light and heavy. For black belt males and the brown/black belt female categories you only need to win the weight divisions. The open weight categories, however, offer a cash prize as well.

To register, click here. You have until midnight Monday, Oct. 14.

Names already set to compete include: Francisco “Sinistro” Iturralde, Renan Borges, Marcel Goncalves, Vitor Oliveira, Brian Morizi, Tyler Bishop, Tim Spriggs, Mansher Khera, Tammy Musumeci, Jena Bishop, Dominyka Obelenyte, Fabiana Borges, Samantha Faulhaber and more!

The location of the event is the Fitzgerald Gymnasium at the City University of New York Queens College: 6530 Kissena Blvd Flushing, NY 11367.

More information about the weight divisions, rules and prizes can be found here:

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