PBJJF World Championship promises to be innovative in Baltimore

The PBJJF World Championship will shake up the city of Baltimore. Photo by PBJJF

Jiu-Jitsu is spreading around the world in a big way and attracts many fans of the sport. The PBJJF World Championships will bring the city of Baltimore, based in Maryland, to a standstill. The tournament will be held on October 14 and will bring together competitors from the kids, adult and master categories.

The event is organized by Brazilians Max Gimenis and João Paulo Ferreira, multiple times champions in Jiu-Jitsu. Max and João Paulo are leading this work at the PBJJF with the aim of boosting the growth of Jiu-Jitsu in the state and bringing more visibility to the region’s competitors. 

The PBJJF World Championship is essential for encouraging the sport in Maryland, especially for increasing the number of BJJ schools in the state. The region already has teams on the competitive circuit, but this tournament could increase the number of teachers, practitioners and competitors in Baltimore.

The event promises to be innovative in the region and will provide high-level duels. Athletes can register until October 12th. Click here for more information about the championship.

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Written by Vitor Freitas

Jornalista, Vitor Freitas atua diretamente na produção de conteúdo para o Jiu-Jitsu de todas as formas há 13 anos.

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