On 28 November the UKBJJA's Women's Development Commission is coordinating a filmed training session in London which will be attended by some of the best female BJJ athletes in the UK of all ages and which will form the basis for a film profiling women's BJJ in this country.
At a gym in Bristol a group of grapplers spent 24 hours of their Easter weekend on the mats doing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in the name of charity. Artemis BJJ, a member club of the UKBJJA, hosted a GrappleThon and raised £3000 for local charity One25, which supports vulnerable women, helping them to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction.
The UKBJJA are sending a team of the top ranked adult BJJ athletes to the IBJJF Europeans in Lisbon, Portugal in January 2016. We are giving businesses and companies an opportunity to advertise on the athlete's gis which will give broad exposure for your products.
The UKBJJA is launching a major campaign called “Unstoppable Girl” to get more women involved in the martial art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Meet female BJJ athlete, blue belt, Firefighter and Unstoppable Girl, Tracy Doyle.