WHEN: SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020
WHERE: VT BJJ ACADEMY
LOCATION: 55 LEROY ROAD, WILLISTON, VT
WHAT TIME: Doors open at 8:30 AM
The Jiu-Jitsu Revolution Team Kids & Adults Men’s and Women (White and Blue Belts) Tournament is a Gi-Only tournament open to all BJJ Revolution Team Affiliated schools (BJJ Revolution Team Affiliates/Members Only).
The tournament will help BJJ Revolution Team students to learn how to compete and gain experience in order to prepare students for bigger competitions, both in Jiu-Jitsu and in life. What builds emotional stability and maturity is experiencing the ability to face adversity and challenge with an open mind and fighting spirit.
The future of our nation lays on the courage, confidence and determination of its people. Children and Adults who build the capacity to face challenge with comfort, even when the odds are high, will become adults who are able to persevere in a challenging world.
Every match brings an opportunity for all who are participating to gain experience and learn something. Yes, we all strive to win but our goal is to embrace the opportunity to grow and learn.
The philosophy we want to spread in that of friendship, camaraderie and learning. Our tournament is designed to be fun, laid back and relaxed.
Kids Ages 4-5 and 6-7 years old: starts at 9:00 AM
Kids Ages 8-9 and 10-11 years old: starts 9:30 AM
Kids Ages 12-13 years old: starts 10:30 AM
Kids Ages 14-15 and 16-17 years old: starts 11:00 AM
Adults Divisions (All Ages/Skill Levels): starts 1:00 PM
All competitors must pre-register for this event.
Early Registration Kids: $40 (until Saturday, February 29)
Early Registration Adults: $40 (until Saturday, February 29)
Payment After Early Registration: $60 (After February 29 until Saturday, March 14)
Late Payment (After March 14 – if available): $75
To register mail payment to (include Name of competitor, school, rank, age and weight):
VT BJJ, LLC
Mailing Address: 238 Park Road, South Burlington, VT 05403
Pay Now Online (Paypal):
|Takedowns (Osoto-Gari; Ouchi-Gari; Hip-Throw; Double-Leg or Single Leg, etc.)||2 POINTS|
|Mount (Hooks in for 3-5 seconds)||4 POINTS|
|Back Mount (Hooks inside legs for 3-5 seconds)||4 POINTS|
|Knee on Belly (One knee on belly and other knee off ground for 3-5 seconds)||2 POINTS|
|Sweeps and Reversals (must control top or side-control position for points)||2 POINTS|
|Passing the Guard (Open or Closed Guard Passing)||3 POINTS|
|Advantage (when a technique is almost completed/referee decision)||AD|
|Stalling (will be called after 20 secs and warning)||(-1) POINT|
Competition Brackets Time:
Kids Ages 4-5 and 6-7 years old (Pee-Wee): 2 min. matches
Kids Ages 8-9 and 10-11 years old (Mighty Mite): 2 mins matches
Kids Ages 12-13 years old (Novice): 3 mins matches
Kids Ages 14-15 and 16-17 years old (Juniors): 3 mins matches
Adults (Men’s and Women – White & Blue Belts): 5 mins matches
Kids Age Divisions (Boys and Girls): 4-5; 6-7; 8-9; 10-11; 12-13; 14-15 and 16-17 years old.
Adults Age Divisions (Women and Men): Adults 18-29; Master 30-39 and Senior 40 and over.
Adults Weight Divisions (Women and Men):
105-120 lbs; 135 lbs; 145 lbs; 155 lbs; 170 lbs; 185 lbs; 210 lbs; 230 lbs and Over 230 lbs.
Divisions may be combined depending on the number of competitors and taking in consideration age, weight and skill categories.
Kimonos should meet/comply with IBJJF requirements, rules and regulations.
No submissions will be allowed on Kids Ages from 4-5; 6-7 and 8-9 years old.
Submissions will be allowed on Kids Ages 10-11 and older and all Adults divisions.
Techniques Not Allowed:
Ankle Locks; Knee Bars; Toe-Holds; Heel-Hooks; Calf or Bicep Slicer; Spinal Attacks; Standing Guillotine, Slamming Opponent or any Joint Locks or Wrist-Locks. Bending of fingers or toes, hair pulling, striking, biting, pressure points or pressure to the neck, eye gouging or groin shots.
-Fingernails and toenails must be clipped. Headgear and wrestling shoes are not allowed. Anyone with any skin infection will be disqualified.
-Zero tolerance rule of disrespecting, threatening of physical violence, or verbally abusing referees or staff. Competitor, coach or parent will be escorted out of the building.
Volunteers (referees; tournament helpers; time & score keepers) – Please contact Julio if you can help and volunteer!
Please don’t hesitate to Call Julio Fernandez at (802) 598-2839 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or suggestions.