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European Championship (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu)

European Jiu-Jitsu Championship
Competition details
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Local name(s) Euros
Discipline Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Organiser International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation
Divisions
Current weight divisions Ultra Heavyweight: over 221.0 lbs (+100.5 kg)
Super Heavyweight: under 221.0 lbs (-100.5 kg)
Heavyweight: under 207.5 lbs (-94.3 kg)
Medium Heavyweight: under 194.5 lbs (-88.3 kg)
Middleweight: under 181.0 lbs (-82.3 kg)
Lightweight: under 167.5 lbs (-76 kg)
Featherweight: under 154.0 lbs (-70 kg)
Light Featherweight: under 141.0 lbs (-64 kg)
Roosterweight: under 126.5 lbs (-57 kg)
(with gi)[1]
History
First edition 2004
Editions 9
Most wins Braulio Estima (5)

The European Championship is the most prestigious and largest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament held in Europe by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation.

This championship has been held since 2004 in January, in Lisbon, Portugal.[2]

European Champions in Men's Brazilian Jiu Jitsu by Year and Weight

Year Host 57 kg 64 kg 70 kg 76 kg 82 kg 88 kg 94 kg 100 kg +100 kg Absolute
2004 Wellington Diaz (1/3) Carlos Lemos (1/1) Carlos Vieira (1/1) João Felipe (1/1) Reinaldo Ramos (1/1) Lucio Rodrigues (1/5) Lucio Rodrigues (2/5)
2005 Wellington Diaz (2/3) Fredson Paixão (1/1) Rodrigo Migliaccio (1/1) Fabricio Camões (1/1) Ronaldo Souza (1/1) Lucio Rodrigues (3/4) Roberto Abreu (1/1) Roger Gracie (1/2) Roger Gracie (2/2)
2006 Augustin Clement (1/1) Wellington Diaz (3/3) Christian Uflacker (1/1) Leonardo Pechanha (1/1) Eduardo Rios (1/1) Alessandro Nunes (1/1) Victor Costa (1/1) Mario Reis (1/2)
2007 Anderson Perriera (1/1) Reinaldo Ribeiro (1/2) Phillipe Della Monica (1/1) Alan Nascimento (1/3) Raphael Abi Rihan (1/1) Braulio Estima (1/5) Rafael Lovato Jr. (1/1) Bruno Santos (1/1) Braulio Estima (2/5)
2008 Wekcilley Lima (1/1) Felipe Costa (1/1) Reinaldo Ribeiro (2/2) Michel Maia (1/1) Alan Nascimento (2/3) Alexandre Souza (1/2) Lima Junior (1/1) Marcel Fortuna (1/1) Luis Oliveira (1/1) Alexandre Souza (2/2)
2009 Pablo Santos (1/1) Mario Reis (2/2) Michael Langhi (1/4) Kron Gracie (1/1) Alan Nascimento (3/3) Braulio Estima (3/5) Rodrigo Cavaca (1/2) Marcio Cruz (1/1) Braulio Estima (4/5)
2010 Bruno Malfacine (1/1) Guilherme Mendes (1/1) Rafael Mendes (1/2) Lucas Lepri (1/1) Gustavo Campos (1/2) Tarsis Humphreys (1/1) Fabio Gurgel (1/1) Ricardo Abreu (1/1) Rodrigo Cavaca (2/3) Gustavo Campos (2/2)
2011 Ary Farias (1/1) Eduardo Ramos (1/1) Michael Langhi (2/4) Claudio Calasans (1/3) Braulio Estima (5/5) Bernardo Faria (1/3) Lucio Rodrigues (4/5) Igor Silva (1/1) Sergio Moraes (1/1)
2012 Koji Shibamoto (1/1) Carlos Holanda (1/1) Bruno Frazzato (1/1) Roberto Satoshi (1/1) Victor Estima (1/1) Rodrigo Fajardo (1/1) Rodolfo Vieira (1/1) Bernardo Faria (2/3) Alexander Trans (1/2) Rodolfo Vieira (2/2)
2013 Brandon Mullins (1/1) Laercio Fernandes (1/1) Rubens Charles (1/1) Michael Langhi (3/4) Claudio Calasans (2/3) Romulo Barral (1/1) Dimitrius Souza (1/1) Bernardo Faria (3/3) Alexander Trans (2/2) Leo Nogueira (1/1)
2014 Caio Terra (1/1) Jose Barros (1/1) Rafael Mendes (2/2) Michael Langhi (4/4) Claudio Calasans (3/3) Tiago Silva (1/1) Jackson Souza (1/1) Lucio Rodrigues (5/5) Rodrigo Cavaca (3/3) Alexander Trans (3/3)

See also

References

  1. ^ . IBJJF.org. May 6, 2008 http://www.ibjjf.org/TABELA-PESO-OFICIAL-3-ingles.pdf. Retrieved 2008-09-06. 
  2. ^ "EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP". International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation. Retrieved July 13, 2011. 


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