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2020 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competition Season Starts Now

Here we go again 🙂

We are now just a week away from the first Queensland Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Circuit tournament for 2020.

This will be our first full year having our Noosa and Moffat Beach gyms working together as we go on the hunt for even more team trophies. While CAZA has always done well as both an adult and kids team, we expect 2020 to be our best year yet.

The tournaments on CAZA BJJ‘s radar for 2020

There are 19 tournaments on the QBJJC‘s event calendar, however, not all are easily accessible to our members based here on the Sunshine Coast. So, we tend to focus on events within a reasonable driving distance from our base.

The QBJJC tournaments that we will definitely be sending a team to are:

  • Brisbane Championship (8th March)
  • Caloundra Open (5th April)
  • Queensland Championship (7th June) – this is the state championship
  • Brisbane Open (30th August)
  • Sunshine Coast Championship (18th October)
  • East Coast Championship (8th November)

Additionally, the following tournaments may also be attended by some CAZA competitors:

  • South East Queensland Championship (9th February)
  • South Pacific Championship (2nd August)
  • Gold Coast Open (20th September)
  • Gold Coast Championship (29th November)

The two biggest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournaments in Australia are the National Championship and the Pan Pacific Championship (the Pan Pacs). We have been sending competitors to these events over the past few years and chances are CAZA Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will be going again this year.

The following are still considered interim dates and subject to change:

  • National Championship (8th & 9th August)
  • Pan Pacific Championship (13th, 14th & 15th November)

Both of these events are held in Melbourne.

If you are planning on rolling at either of these two tournaments then you should be a regular at our comp team class.

Are you going to compete this year?

Don’t forget to talk to your professor about your plans to compete. It is important that they know so they can best prepare you for the challenges ahead. There is a ton of experience in our gyms, so why not take advantage of the available advice on preparation and the mindset needed when competing.

Even if you never compete, you can help the competitors by being a great training partner. Sparring is especially important when preparing for a competition, so do your best to give your training partners a real test when they are in tournament mode.

Good luck everyone!