Callum Kearns entered his second Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament since starting with Gracie Humaita Jiu Jitsu Late last year. Callum fought two great matches and came up short with a silver medal. However we are very proud of Callum going out there and putting himself on the line.
Mick Moylan does it again with his dynamic jiu jitsu technique. Mick fought three matches in which he dominated the first two opponents finishing one with a choke in 10 seconds and the other with alot of points. His final match was real tough as he was up on points from a Atos jiu jitsu team. member, and got caught in the very end to lose his final and came up short with the silver medal. Next time he will get the gold as this was his first match at the Grey/white belt division. Proud of you!
Noah Moylan recently followed in his brother’s foot step and started Jiu Jitsu for his Martial Arts Training. Noah did his first tournament this past weekend at the Subcon brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments. Mick fought 3 matches winning the first 2. One he was up 34-0 which is a huge margin for a jiu jitsu tournament. In his final he was up on points and mounted on top of his opponent, no way for him to lose. But Noah is only 4 yrs old and jumped off his opponent running to coach Nick Stefan crying, so he was DQed and revived the Silver medal instead of the gold as he deserved. Great job and good lessoned learn buddy.
Ryan Bidwell also did his first Jiu Jitsu tournament. Ryan is only 4 yrs old and won his first match, and losing the next 2 matches to points both close matches. Very proud of how Ryan competed and gave it his all. He made the coaches at Carlsbad Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and mixed martial arts very proud.
Rene Molina was the only adult competitor. Rene a blue belt under Nick Stefan (Gracie Humaita) put his all on the line winning and losing some matches throughout the day. Rene got alot of experience and had a great time putting his jiu jitsu arsenal to the test. Very proud of all the competitor’s going out there and giving it there all.
Thanks from the Gracie Jiu Jitsu Carlsbad Competition Team!