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Nottingham University hosts the first ever UKBJJA University Brazilian Jiu Jitsu League Competition

Nottingham University hosts the first ever UKBJJA University Brazilian Jiu Jitsu League Competition

Press releases   •   Mar 11, 2016 12:26 GMT

Tomorrow the University of Nottingham will play host to a landmark event in university sports, the first UKBJJA University BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) League Competition. Around 100 competitors, male and female, will be travelling from universities across the UK to compete in gi and no gi divisions. The UKBJJA has pledged to promote the sport at university level with the aim of BUCS recognition.