Remaining BJJ Tournaments For CAZA in 2019

CAZA at the 2019 Sunshine Coast Championship
QBJJC Sunshine Coast Championship 2019 Results
April 11, 2019
First CAZA BJJ Grading Day 2019
CAZA’s First Adult Grading For 2019 Announced
June 5, 2019

The 2019 Brazilian Jiu-jitsu competition season is one-third of the way through here in Australia. That means that there are still plenty of opportunities for competitors to put their skills to the test.

CAZA BJJ competes at almost every tournament on the Queensland Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Circuit (QBJJC). We also travel to Melbourne for the biggest BJJ tournaments in Australia each year.

Where to see CAZA BJJ in action

So where can you see CAZA members in action for the remainder of this year? Let’s take a look…

The competitions below aren’t the only events left in 2019 for Brazilian Jiu-jitsu athletes in Queensland, but these are the ones that CAZA team members are likely to compete in.

  • QBJJC / AFBJJ Queensland State Championship
    June 16 – Carrara, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
  • AFBJJ Australian Jiu Jitsu Championship
    10 & 11 August – Albert Park, South Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • QBJJC Brisbane Championship
    25 August – Ormiston, East Brisbane, QLD, Australia
  • QBJJC Gold Coast Championship
    22 September – Carrara, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
  • QBJJC Caloundra Open
    13 October – Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
  • IFBJJ Pan Pacific Championship
    25, 26 & 27 October – Albert Park, South Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • QBJJC East Coast Australia Championship
    10 November – Ormiston, East Brisbane, QLD, Australia

CAZA may also be sending one of our senior members to Las Vegas for the world titles later in the year! More to come on that trip.

Join our comp team class

At 6:30pm on Tuesday nights CAZA runs a special class for members serious about their competition preparation. This is open to all colour belts, and white belts can ask Yoshi for permission if they would like to be invited.

Comp team class is a little more demanding than our other classes. Yoshi takes the tempo and expectation up a notch, so only serious members with good fitness levels should attend. Sitting out for a round (to take a break) is not something that is well received in this class.

In fact, it is not a typical class at all. Everything we do in comp team training is based around competition level rolling. Yoshi will point out things you need to focus on, but you won’t be asked to learn new moves in this ‘class’.

Follow CAZA’s comp team!

If you’d like to watch the progress of our competitors, including live results from the tournaments, you can follow our two Instagram accounts:

Don’t forget to follow CAZA on Facebook too!