CBJJ, IBJJF & AJJC proudly present U.S. Open X Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Tournament

We are proud to announce that the US Open BJJ Tournament has received our official recognition and endorsement, being part of our annual calendar. U.S. Open X Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Tournament October 22 & 23 Santa Cruz Civic AuditoriumSanta Cruz, CA Come help us celebrate 10 years of tournament excellence! â–ª Now accepting online registration at www.register4tournament.com, or download mail-in registration forms at http://www.claudiofrancabjj.com/registration2005.html For nearly a decade the U.S. Open has set the bar for tournament excellence in North America. Known for its fairness, superior organization, and high level of competition, it is considered by many the most competitor-friendly tournament now running. Now in its 10th year, the U.S. Open has received official recognition and endorsement from the Confederation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation, and the American Jiu-Jitsu Confederation. Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years for helping to make us the best! If you have never attended the U.S. Open before, come see why many athletes look forward to it every year. This year we will feature…. â–ª Junior, Adult, Master and Senior divisions for both Male and Female athletes â–ª The First ever in the United States: Brown & Black Belt Team Challenge; $3,000 Grand Prize for the winning tea â–ª Men’s Black Belt Superfights â–ª Female Brown and Black Belt Superfights â–ª Medals and certificates for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners â–ª A U.S. Open History Museum â–ª 3 seminars held in conjunction with the tournament, including a Rules and Referee Seminar with Professor Alvaro Mansor, 2 seminars with 9th Degree Red Belt Master Francisco Mansor, and a Women-only Seminar with 5-time Pan-American Champion Luciana Tavares (female competitors attend for free). For more information please contact us at: (831) 476-7650www.claudiofrancabjj.comwww.register4tournament.comblackbelt@claudiofrancabjj.com

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