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Resumo do final de semana: Brasileiro Nogi, Pan Nogi e Dallas Open

Foi dada a largada na temporada de competições sem kimono da IBJJF. No último final de semana tivemos o Brasileiro sem kimono que movimentou o ginásio do Tijuca Tenis Clube no Rio de Janeiro e o Pan Nogi que aconteceu no sábado em Nova Iorque. Além das competições Nogi,  a Kitty McGee Arena (TWU) foi palco de mais uma edição do Dallas Fall Open. Confira tudo que rolou no final de semana.

Brasileiro sem Kimono

O Tijuca Tenis Clube foi palco da nona edição do Campeonato Brasileiro sem Kimono da CBJJ. O campeonato estava com um bom nível técnico e nomes como: Ricardo Evangelista (GFTEAM), Fernando Reis (Alliance), Hiago George (Cícero Costha) e José Tiago (Cícero Costha) se destacaram na suas respectivas categorias.

No absoluto, o destaque fica para Kitner Moura (Almeida Jiu-Jitsu) que venceu Anderson de Almeida (Gracie Barra) e faturou o ouro. Confira o vídeo da luta abaixo.

Brazilian National NoGi 2017 – Male Open Class Black Belt Fina…

Brazilian National NoGi 2017 – Male Open Class Black Belt Final – Kitner Moura (Atos JJ) x Anderson de Almeida (Gracie Barra)

Posted by International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation on Sunday, October 1, 2017

No feminino, o destaque fica para Carina Santi (G13) que venceu Juliana Simões (Checkmat) e garantiu o ouro. Confira a luta no vídeo abaixo:

Brazilian National NOGI 2017 – Black Belt Female Open Class Fi…

Brazilian National NOGI 2017 – Black Belt Female Open Class Final – Carina Santi (G13) x Juliana Simoões (CheckMat)

Posted by International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation on Sunday, October 1, 2017

Os resultados na faixa preta são os seguintes:

BLACK / Adult / Male / Rooster

1 – Juan Lopes da Silva – PRM Team
2 – Victor Santos Gomes – GF Team
3 – Vincius Dias Ferrer – Infight JJ

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light-Feather

1 – Hiago George Santos Silva – PSLPB Cicero Costha B
2 – Pedro Paulo Dias Clementino – Caio Terra Association Brasil
3 – Elton John Alves Dourado – GF Team
3 – Kelvyn Batista Pontes – Game Fight BJJ/Manimal

BLACK / Adult / Male / Feather

1 – José Tiago da Silva Barros – PSLPB Cicero Costha B
2 – Thomas Lincoln Correa Lisboa – Alliance
3 – Felipe Brito de Senna – GF Team
3 – Thiago Gabriel Silveira – Academia Marangoni

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light

1 – Thiago Aragão de Abreu – CheckMat
2 – Rani Ahmad Yahya – CONSTRICTOR TEAM
3 – Luciano de Macedo Bernert – A.S Team
3 – Pedro Alcântara Falcão Filho – Nova União

BLACK / Adult / Male / Middle

1 – Matheus Carmona Pequeno Barros – Akxe BJJ
2 – Phillip Augusto Diniz Franca – Gracie Barra
3 – Marco Aurellio de Queiroz – Brigadeiro Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Victor Inacio de Mendonça Neto – BARBOSA JIU-JITSU

BLACK / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy

1 – Gabriel Alves de Lima – Equipe GTT/IST
2 – Kleber de Oliveira Paulino – Gracie Barra
3 – Christofer Biude Moreira Feijó – CheckMat
3 – Marcos Paulo Costa – DDR JJ

BLACK / Adult / Male / Heavy

1 – Henrique Russi Felix de Lima – CheckMat
2 – Victor Del Corso Bomfim – GF Team
3 – Cauê Oliveira Rodrigues – Gracie Barra JJ
3 – Diogo Almeida Silva – JFC Almeida JJ

BLACK / Adult / Male / Super-Heavy

1 – Fernando Andrade dos Reis – Alliance
2 – Italo Ramon Magalhães Vieira – CheckMat
3 – Brenno Novaes Veloso – Nova União
3 – Daniel Alves Esperança – GF Team

BLACK / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy

1 – Ricardo Ferreira Evangelista – GF Team
2 – Antonio de Padua Assef N. Nascimento – GF Team
3 – Kitner Mendonça de Moura – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Raul Fernandes Almeida – Nova União

BLACK / Adult / Male / Open Class

1 – Kitner Mendonça de Moura – Atos Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Anderson de Almeida Silva – Gracie Barra
3 – Brenno Novaes Veloso – Nova União
3 – Italo Ramon Magalhães Vieira – CheckMat

BLACK / Adult / Female / Light

1 – Juliana Costa Simoes – CheckMat

BLACK / Adult / Female / Middle

1 – Ana Maria Gomes Soares – Demian Maia Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Female / Heavy

1 – Carina Curvelo Santi – G13 Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Female / Open Class

1 – Carina Curvelo Santi – G13 Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Juliana Costa Simoes – CheckMat
3 – Ana Maria Gomes Soares – Demian Maia Jiu-Jitsu

PAN Nogi

Nova Iorque foi palco de mais uma edição do Pan Nogi no último sábado. O destaque vai para a academia Checkmat que através de Jackson Sousa e Michelle Nicolini fizeram bonito e garantiram o ouro no absoluto.

Aloha everyone. 🗽New York 🇺🇸 Well, it happened again. I have won another title in New York City. I still remember my first visit to New York City which was back in 2014. I was very excited to see how big the city is and how diverse the local people are. At the time, I had the opportunity to fight at IBJJF 2014 PAN NOGI. I regretfully lost at the semifinals with a tough fighter (1 advantage). I had to quickly get over this result to be able to compete at the absolute with a clear mind. I remember the lost was still ‘re-playing’ at the back of my mind during my absolute match but it gave me even more motivation and paved my way to the gold medal. I became the absolute champion and also got a bronze medal in my division at ibjjf 2014 Pans nogi. This year was completely different. Right after my good performance at @adccsubmission in Finland 🇫🇮 Helsinki, where I took bronze home, I took a flight to compete in the Big Apple once again at ibjjf 2017 Pans nogi. I have managed to pull off an amazing performance at IBJJF 2017 PAN NOGI which resulted in me becoming a 2x PAN NOGI ABSOLUTE CHAMPION and CHAMPION IN MY DIVISION. • I would like to thanks my master Rico Vieira, my coach Marco Canha and to all my teammates @fightzonelondon • Also a special thanks to my good friend Thiago Sá for being on my corner during my fights and to all my checkmat family and all my fans. • @shoyoroll | @jabb.se | @rvcasport | @thearmbarsoapcompany | • #absolutechampion #champion #nyc #newyork #ibjjfpanams2017 #newjersey #brooklyn #lifestyle #actionjackson #nogi #grappling #rvca #shoyoroll

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No masculino, Jackson venceu Eliot Kelly (Yemaso) na categoria Super-Pesado e no absoluto, o atleta da Checkmat derrotou Diego “Sem Noção” Ramalho (ZR Team). No feminino, a hall da fama Michelle Nicolini conquistou o ouro na categoria leve após vencer Jessica Cristina (Elite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Redmond). No absoluto, Nicolini fehcou a categoria junto com a jovem faixa preta da Checkmat Catherine Fuhro.

Outro destaque no feminino fica para Amanda Monteiro (GFTEAM). A aluna de Julio Cesar Pereira continua a sequencia de ouros na faixa preta. Semana passada Amanda venceu o Abu Dhabi Grand Slam e no último fim de semana conquistou o Pan Nogi após vencer Pati Fontes na categoria pena.

Resultados Pan Nogi:

BLACK / Adult / Male / Rooster

1 – Lucas dos Santos Pinheiro – AMBJJ – Alex Martins Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
2 – Ronald Stephen Henderson Jr. – CheckMat

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light-Feather

1 – João Ricardo Bordignon Miyao – PSLPB Cicero Costha
2 – Eduardo Barboza da Silva – GF Team
3 – Adam Paul Ferrara – GF Team
3 – Rodrigo da Costa Oliveira – Fight Sports

BLACK / Adult / Male / Feather

1 – Gianni Paul Grippo – Alliance
2 – Shane Jamil Hill-Taylor – Team Lloyd Irvin
3 – Nicolas Jean Paul Renier – GF Team
3 – Silvio Duran de Barros Saraiva – Vitor Shaolin BJJ

BLACK / Adult / Male / Light

1 – Renato Forasieppi Alves Canuto – Zenith BJJ – Las Vegas
2 – Frederico Augusto Alves Silva – Alliance
3 – Alexandre Faria Molinaro – Carlson Gracie Team
3 – Francisco Daniel Pires Tavares – SAS Team USA

BLACK / Adult / Male / Middle

1 – Dante Leon – GF Team
2 – Eduardo Rios – Frontline Academy
3 – Joshua Aaron Bacallao – Academia Jiu-Jitsu
3 – Tyler Benjamin Steppe – Alliance

BLACK / Adult / Male / Medium-Heavy

1 – Lucas Rocha de Freitas – ZR Team California
2 – Jonathan T. Satava – Alliance
3 – Diego Dias Ramalho – ZR Team California
3 – Vinicius P. Canabarro – RCJ Machado

BLACK / Adult / Male / Heavy

1 – Thomas Alban Jules Loubersanes – Cercle Tissier
2 – Todd Brandon Mueckenheim – Soca BJJ
3 – Diego Gamonal Nogueira – Brazilian Top Team

BLACK / Adult / Male / Super-Heavy

1 – Jackson Sousa dos Santos – CheckMat
2 – Eliot Andrew Kelly – Yemaso Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Male / Ultra-Heavy

1 – Aaron Michael Johnson – Unity Jiu-jitsu
2 – Matthew W Leighton – Bonsai JJ – Chicago
3 – Oleksandr Karliychuk – Renzo Gracie Academy

BLACK / Adult / Male / Open Class

1 – Jackson Sousa dos Santos – CheckMat
2 – Diego Dias Ramalho – ZR Team California
3 – Dustin Baradaran Akbari – Cassio Werneck BJJ
3 – Joshua Aaron Bacallao – Academia Jiu-Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Female / Feather

1 – Amanda Monteiro Nogueira – GF Team
2 – Patrícia Maria N. Fontes dos Santos – CheckMat
3 – Ana Talita de Oliveira Alencar – Alliance Los Angeles
3 – Fiona M. Watson – Fight Club Jiu Jitsu

BLACK / Adult / Female / Light

1 – Michelle Zonato Nicolini – CheckMat
2 – Jessica Cristina C. A. dos Santos – Elite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Redmond
3 – Aarae Alexander – Team Lloyd Irvin

BLACK / Adult / Female / Middle

1 – Catherine Fuhro Perret – CheckMat
2 – Anna Sophia Maria Nordenö – Hilti Fight Center
3 – Renata Marinho Moreira – Alliance

BLACK / Adult / Female / Super-Heavy

1 – Alison Victoria Tremblay – Brazilian Top Team

BLACK / Adult / Female / Open Class

1 – Michelle Zonato Nicolini – CheckMat
2 – Catherine Fuhro Perret – CheckMat
3 – Alison Victoria Tremblay – Brazilian Top Team
3 – Jessica Cristina C. A. dos Santos – Elite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Redmond

Dallas Fall Open

A cidade de Denton no Texas foi palco de mais uma edição do Dallas Fall Open, evento promovido pela IBJJF e que contou com a presença de atletas de destaque no cenário do Jiu-Jitsu como: Thiago Macedo (Rodrigo Pinheiro BJJ), Nathiely de Jesus (Cícero Costha), Jaime Canuto (GFTEAM) e Lucas Hulk (Atos). E o destaque principal da competição fica para Lucas Hulk, que conseguiu mais um ouro duplo para a sua coleção. O ouro no meio pesado veio após derrotar Igor Matosinho (Soul Fighters). No absoluto, o atleta da Atos derrotou Gabriel Fedor (Checkmat) e conquistou mais um ouro.

Eu tive um ótimo dia aqui em Dallas. Fui campeão categoria e absoluto, e pude finalizar 3 das minhas 5 lutas. Eu tenho respeito por cada atleta que lutei hoje. Todos nesse pódio são campeões mundiais de Jiu-Jitsu. Mais um capítulo do meu livro foi escrito. Bora pra próxima. Obrigado ao meus patrocinadores, minha família, meu amigos e fãs. E, mais importante que tudo, obrigado Deus. – Today, I had a great day competing at the Dallas Open. I took double good. 5 fights total with 3 submissions. Much respect for all of the athletes I fought today. This podium shows really tough competitors. I'm proud of myself and will always look forward to good fights. Next stop is Charlotte Open next weekend. I would like to thank my supporters. @badboybrands @athorganics @atosjiujitsuhq #bjj #jiujitsu #atosjiujitsu #athohana #badboy

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