Coronavirus Covid-19 UPDATE 14 JULY 2020

Coronavirus Covid-19 UPDATE 14 JULY 2020

Dear UKBJJA members, On 9 July 2020, the UK Government published its latest update on the phased return to sport and recreation – which included the provision for indoor gyms to re-open under certain conditions on 25 July. The United Kingdom Brazilian Jiu Jitsu...

The return of the world’s most exciting professional jiu jitsu event

The return of the world’s most exciting professional jiu jitsu event

On July 11 in Southampton, professional Jiu Jitsu returned to TV in the form of Polaris 13 UK Grand Prix. Shown live on UFC Fightpass, the event saw eight of Europe's most talented elite athletes fight for the $10,000 top prize. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the event...

UKBJJA COACHING COURSE CANCELLED

UKBJJA COACHING COURSE CANCELLED

Regrettably, due to ongoing Covid-19 Coronavirus restrictions, we have had to cancel our Level 1 Coaching Course on 5 July at UEL Sports Dock. Full refunds will be given. We hope to reschedule for later in the year along with more courses around the country. Please...

UKBJJA Statement on Racism in Sport

UKBJJA Statement on Racism in Sport

The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu community is a welcoming and inclusive one. Prejudice and discrimination are not welcome and will never be tolerated. The events of the last few weeks have shocked and touched us all and the UKBJJA has used this time to reflect, listen and...

UKBJJA Chairman’s Statement regarding Elite Sport Return to Training

UKBJJA Chairman’s Statement regarding Elite Sport Return to Training

The UKBJJA is formally inviting Academies to apply for “Elite academy status”, which will grant them the opportunity to open for limited training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu from 1st June 2020, with no more than 10 athletes and 5 coaches in their program. In order to be...

Coronavirus Covid-19 UPDATE 16 MAY 2020

Coronavirus Covid-19 UPDATE 16 MAY 2020

Dear UKBJJA members, Here follows our updated guidance regarding the Coronavirus / Covid-19 Pandemic. On 12 May, the Government published its Covid-19 Recovery Strategy and announced a limited review of lockdown measures. The devolved regions (Scotland, Wales and...

Announcing new resource to support BJJ clubs during Covid-19 lockdown

Announcing new resource to support BJJ clubs during Covid-19 lockdown

The United Kingdom Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Association, in collaboration with Rescue Global and Kernow BJJ is proud to announce the launch of BJJ Viral Support Network (BJJVSN). This new website is designed to offer support and resources to help clubs survive the...

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