The conclusion of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu Championship .. Brazil leads and the UAE in second place

The President of the UAE and Asian Federations, First Vice President of the International Jiu-Jitsu Federation Abdul Moneim Al-Hashemi, crowned the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Jiu-Jitsu champions with the highest ratings in the championship for the 2021-2022 season, at the five stations that started in Miami, USA, Rio de Janeiro, Moscow and London, then arrived To the finish line in the last round in the capital Abu Dhabi, which took place over three days.

The list of winners in the first places in the annual classification of the Abu Dhabi Professional Jiu-Jitsu Association in various categories for the 2021-2022 season included Brenda Larissa in featherweight, Anna Rodriguez in light weight, Julia Alves in light middleweight, Thalita Silva in middleweight, and Yara Nascimento in Heavyweight, with the men being Catriel Fernandez in the light heavyweight, Wallace Costa in the super heavyweight, Hiago Jorge in the featherweight, Francisco Andrara in the light featherweight, Thiago Macedo in the light heavyweight, Luis Paulo in the light middleweight and Gabriel Costa in the light featherweight average weight.

On Sunday evening, the curtain came down on the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Championship for the 2021-2022 season, which was held at the Jiu-Jitsu Arena in Zayed Sports City over a period of three days, with the participation of a group of top-ranked players, game legends, masters and juniors at the global level, and the final day of the competitions witnessed the crowning of the champions in the professional category. Of the purple, brown and black belts, UAE champions Zayed Al Kathiri and Thiab Al Nuaimi had a date with winning the two professional golds after winning all the fights, both in their category.

In the professional competitions, Brazil succeeded in achieving first place, and its players won 21 gold medals, while the UAE came in second place with 5 gold medals, and at the level of academies, Commando Group Academy succeeded in achieving first place, surpassing the runner-up Al Wahda Club, while Palms Sports Academy in the third place.

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