April is Brazilian Nationals month at Rio’s Grajaú Country Club

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Leandro Lo faz guarda contra JT, no Brasileiro do ano passado, ainda no Tijuca. Este ano o ginásio tradicional estava reservado para competições de basquete. Foto: Gustavo Aragão.

Leandro Lo playing guard against JT at 2011 Brazilian Nationals, when still in Tijuca. This year, the traditional venue was reserved for basketball. Photo: Gustavo Aragão.

The longest-running and most traditional Jiu-Jitsu tournament of them all, the CBJJ Brazilian Nationals will be held at Grajaú Country Club in Rio de Janeiro this year. The five-day tournament starts April 27-29 and ends the following week, on May 5 and 6.

Sign-ups open soon. To find out more, visit the official CBJJ website (in Portuguese) here.


Competitors need to be aware of the deadline for registering as a CBJJ affiliate, which can be done online or by mail. To affiliate in time to compete at the Brazilian Nationals, you need to get the paperwork in by March 28.

Click here to become a CBJJ affiliate.

Get revved up watching the 2011 lightweight black belt final between Leandro Lo of Cicero Costha academy and Michael Langhi of Alliance.

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