2015 Worlds: Aly, Santana win brown belt open class; Alliance extends lead after day 3

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selo_hayabusaDay 3 of the Worlds had much more than the thrilling black belt open class division.

The brown belt also played out this Saturday, crowning all its champions from roosterweight to open class.

In the male division, Brazilian expat training under Team Lloyd Irvin Mahamed Aly imposed his pressure game to win the open class.


The final was against Alliance’s Guilherme Santos and ended with a foot lock after some of the best action of the day.

In the female division, Amanda Santana celebrated the gold medal after Maria Malyjasiak was DQed for knee reaping.


In the teams competition, Alliance extended its lead in the male division and reached 74pts while Cicero Costha comes second with 49 and Gracie Barra appears in third place with 40pts.

Click here for the full results until day 3.

Day 4 kicks off this Sunday with all-black belt action until all champions are defined.

The male black belt will resume from the quarterfinals while the female division already has its finals set.

Lightfeather – Gezary Matuda vs. Rikako Yuasa

Feather – Mackenzie Dern vs. Michelle Nicolini

Light –  Bia Mesquita vs. Fabiana Borges

Middle –  Luanna Alzuguir vs.  Luiza Monteiro

Medium-heavy – Andresa Correa vs. Ana Laura Cordeiro

Heavyweight – Dominyka Obelenyte vs. Vanessa Oliveira

Superheavy – Alison Tremblay vs. Fernanda Mazzelli

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