Atos dominant at San Francisco Open

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Rafael, Keenan, Hulk and Braguinha on the podium of the absolute division.

The Kezar Pavilion, in San Francisco, Calif., was the stage for another one of the IBJJF’s open tournaments in the U.S. this Sunday.

In the end, the Atos team, led by André Galvão, had won seven out of 13 possible gold medals and completely covered the podium of the men’s absolute division.

Michael Lieira Jr. took middleweight gold. Lucas Hulk pulled an amazing feat as he beat the medium heavyweight field one day after shining at the Mexico City Open more than 3,500 km away. Keenan Cornelius nabbed gold at heavyweight and closed out the absolute final with Rafael Vasconcelos, with Gustavo Braguinha and Lucas Hulk coming in third.

Angélica Galvão was victorious at heavyweight, and closed out the women’s open division with middleweight champion Luiza Monteiro.

Caio Terra Association took the teams’ competition, which takes all belts into account, with their 294 points putting them ahead of Ares BJJ (221) and Atos (196).

Black belt results:

Black / Adult / Male / Rooster

1 – Jerel C. T. Tengan – Yemaso Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

 

Black / Adult / Male / Light-Feather

1 – Manuel Alejandro Moreno Macias – Ares BJJ
2 – João Pedro Oliveira Rodrigues – Soul Fighters Texas
3 – Joshua S. Rodriguez – GD Jiu-Jitsu Association
3 – Rene Eduardo Lopez – Caio Terra Association

 

Black / Adult / Male / Feather

1 – Isaac Doederlein – Alliance Los Angeles
2 – Samir José Chantre Dahás – Ares BJJ
3 – Bruno Valdivino de Carvalho – ZR Team California
3 – Thiago Augusto Araujo Macedo – Rodrigo Pinheiro BJJ

 

Black / Adult / Male / Light

1 – Osvaldo Augusto Honorio Moizinho – Ares BJJ
2 – Alexandre Faria Molinaro – Carlson Gracie Team
3 – Cesar Casamajó Cardoso – Caveirinha Jiu-Jitsu Family
3 – Rodrigo Lamounier de Freitas – Rodrigo Freitas Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

 

Black / Adult / Male / Middle

1 – Michael Remiglio Liera Jr. – Atos JJ USA
2 – Breno Henrique Abreu Bittencourt – Ares BJJ
3 – Igor Matosinho de Paiva – Soul Fighters BJJ Tijuca
3 – Luis Gustavo Campos Lima – Caio Terra Association

 

Black / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy

1 – Lucas Daniel Silva Barbosa – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Gustavo Espindola Batista – Atos JJ USA
3 – Hugo Valdemar Gonzalez Alcala – Gracie Humaita Las Vegas

 

Black / Adult / Male / Heavy

1 – Keenan Kai-James Cornelius – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Joshua Lee Bowlin – Gracie Barra
3 – Charles Kilyan Mcguire – American Top Team BJJ
3 – Miguel Augusto Passos dos Santos Silva – Ares BJJ

 

Black / Adult / Male / Super-Heavy

1 – Tanner Wade Rice – Soul Fighters BJJ Connecticut
2 – Rafael Vasconcelos de Lima – Atos JJ International
3 – Omar Sabha – Brazilian Top Team Long Beach
3 – Wellington Modena Peroto – One Jiu-Jitsu USA

 

Black / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy

1 – Joseph Moku Kahawai Jr. – Beyond Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Eliot Andrew Kelly – Yemaso Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

 

Black / Adult / Male / Open Class

1 – Keenan Kai-James Cornelius – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Rafael Vasconcelos de Lima – Atos JJ International
3 – Gustavo Espindola Batista – Atos JJ USA
3 – Lucas Daniel Silva Barbosa – Atos Jiu-Jitsu

 

Black / Adult / Female / Middle

1 – Luiza Monteiro Moura da Costa – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Sábatha Laís Francisco dos Santos – Ryan Gracie Team

 

Black / Adult / Female / Heavy

1 – Angelica Cabral Firme Galvao – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Jill Marie Baker – TRUJITSU / Bakersfield
3 – Alejandra Gonzalez – Carlson Gracie Team
3 – Nivia de Souza Moura – Gracie Gym Texas

 

Black / Adult / Female / Open Class

1 – Angelica Cabral Firme Galvao – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Luiza Monteiro Moura da Costa – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Nivia de Souza Moura – Gracie Gym Texas

 

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