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$25 Challenge Grappling Tournament - NJ - Gi Only - 5/21/11
Registration is Open – Register Now As This Tournament is Only $25 and They Sell Out Fast!!
http://thegrapplerschallenge.com/wp-...GE_2_Flyer.jpgTHIS TOURNAMENT IS ONLY $25 TO COMPETE – MAKE SURE YOU REGISTER EARLY BECAUSE IF YOUR DIVISION FILLS UP WE WILL BE CLOSING YOUR BRACKET – MAX COMPETITORS PER DIVISION IS 8 COMPETITORS – MAX TOTAL COMPETITORS IS 120! SO REGISTER TODAY!
THIS IS A PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY EVENT - PRE-REGISTRATION WILL END AT 11:59PM ON WEDNESDAY MAY 18th 2011
THIS EVENT WILL FEATURE BOTH MEN AND WOMEN DIVISIONSTEENS MAY PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT ONLY WITH THE CONSENT OF A PARENT OR GUARDIAN AND MUST NOT BE YOUNGER THEN THE AGE OF 16.
THIS TOURNAMENT IS ALSO OPEN TO MEN MASTERS AND EXECUTIVE (AGES 30 AND UP) BUT PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE MIXED IN WITH ALL AGES
Date: Saturday May 21st 2011
Middletown Fire Company #1 Station 8
336 Rt. 35 South
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Start Time: 10:30am
Competitors – Pre-Registration Only – $25
Spectators – $5 by Pre-Reg Deadline – $10 at The Door
Night Before Competition Weight Ins at Venue Location: Friday, May 20th 2011 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Day Of Competition Weigh Ins: May 21st 2011 All Day (Make sure you show up at least 1 hour before you scheduled start time.)
YOU MUST COMPETE IN THE DIVISION THAT YOU REGISTER FOR IF YOU DO NOT MAKE WEIGHT WE CANNOT CHANGE YOUR DIVISION! PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR DIVISION (MUST CONTACT US BY 5/19/11.
Men Gi (18 and Up)
Up to 144.9 pounds
145 to 159.9 pounds
160 to 174.9 pounds
175 to 189.9 pounds
190 to 209.9 pounds
210 pounds & Over
Women Weight Classes:
Women’s Class A (119.9 lbs. & below)
Women’s Class B (120-139.9 lbs.)
Women’s Class C (140-159.9 lbs.)
Women’s Class D (160 lbs. +)
Men Skill Levels:
Women Skill Levels:
This is VERY IMPORTANT! If you are interested in competing in the $25 Gi BJJ Tournament Event on May 21st, make sure you register right away because this tournament is filling up much faster then first one and we are still a month and a half away. It's only $25 and you are guaranteed competitors in your division BEFORE you even show up or we will give your money back BEFORE you show up. We didn't have a problem with this last time at all.
- Plus you'll be able to get at least 2 matches
- Win some cool stuff
- Get free water
- Get great experience
- Save money compared to the bigger tournaments
- Won't have to guess when your division starts
- Brackets will be done before the tournament even begin
- Plus more to be announced
PLEASE REGISTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BECAUSE WE WILL CLOSE REGISTRATION AS SOON AS WE HIT MAX CAPACITY.
WE DID LAST EVENT.
right away so you don't miss out.
AND MAKE SURE YOU TELL YOUR TEAMMATES TOO!
See you soon,
The Challenge Grappling
If you are thinking about or planning on competing in the Challenge Grappling tournament then make sure you register RIGHT AWAY!
There is still over 1 month away before the tournament is we currently have 60% of our capacity filled. This is very unlikely for a tournament which means registration is filling up very fast.
Make sure you let you teammates and students know as well. I can almost guaranteed that registration WILL CLOSE EARLY. This is a pre-registration only event and NO REGISTRATIONS ALLOWED THE DAY OF.
go to http://www.thegrapplerschallenge.com/
for more details and to register. Only $25 plus bonuses and other good stuff!
Testimonials from Last Comp Below:
"I just wanted to say the competition you held was extremely well done. As a beginner who has never competed before, I felt very comfortable with not only signing up but also competing. The competition was a great one to start with, but I also watched a teammate compete who was experienced and competed in the advanced division and I could tell he liked the whole competition. The best part of the competition was the schedule! Probably the most important
aspect of the entire competition and you nailed it! I knew exactly when I had to warm up and when I had to compete. The atmosphere was also excellent but that was most likely due to how comfortable everyone was because of the way it was run. The competition was a great experience for novices all the way through to experts. Thanks for the great work!"
"I've been to other grappling tournaments in the past and while competitive grappling is a huge part of my life, these tournaments are filled with more lowllights than highlights. Scrambling to create brackets, lack of adequate communication, significant time delays (even while many mats are still open), are all things I've encountered at other tournaments. At the Challenge, there was none of that.
Brackets were all posted when we arrived, competitors merely had to check in and weigh in. All divisions started on time, the mats were always busy working. There was a huge warm-up area, the atmosphere was awesome, there was ample viewing area to watch the matches. The rules meeting in the morning was very comprehensive and intimate enough to answer all questions and the judges were spot on. I plan to compete in every Challenge Grappling Tournament. Great job Jason and the Challenge staff"
As a competitor who has participated in NAGA, Grappler's Quest, and the Renzo Gracie Invitational tournaments, the Grappler's Challenge was a amazing event. The Grappler's Challenge had very friendly staff, great ring space (unlike most other tournaments) and a relaxed yet professional atmosphere. The price is unbeatable, and it is a great way to see where you are in the tournament sphere if you have been absent for an extended period of time, or if you are just starting off! Another great thing about this tournament is that it ran completely on time, and all the competitors had amble time to warm-up before their matches, and knew how long they had to wait in between their matches, unlike most tournaments when it could be an hour before your 2nd match!
I have a couple of years grappling experience. I would def compete again, and come more prepared next time. I feel you learn from losses so it was an extremely valuable experience none the less. Thank you Jason I will see you soon
My name is Dan Hayes and I train at The Grappler's Guide Academy. I have been training for about 4 months and The Challenge was my first competition experience. The Challenge provided a great competition and a great environment. I look forward to competing in more tournaments now that I have taken The Challenege.
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