ADCC bronze medalist Lachlan Giles has benefited from a anonymous $100,000 donation which will go towards helping high level Jiu-Jitsu Australian competitors.
Giles will decide who will receive the funds and it basically will benefit active Australian BJJ brown/black belts who compete at the highest levels worldwide.
Lachlan Giles announced the news on the of the Australian BJJ Community group on FaceBook and explained how he’ll be giving out the first half to active high-level grapplers. He has set some requirements.
Lachlan Giles’ Requirements
– Brown/black belt with existing outstanding international achievements.
– Must be an Australian citizen, and have either started jiu jitsu in Australia or progressed through the ranks in Australia.
– You must be currently competing.
– Have medalled in adult brown or black belt divisions at IBJJF Worlds, Pan Ams or Europeans from 2019 or at the most recent (2022) ADCC trials. You have to have won at least one match to receive the medal, if it was a default then it doesn’t count.
– You need to spend at least eight months per year in Australia, helping the local scene.
– You can’t have a criminal conviction related to sexual misconduct or violence or else you will be excluded.
– No PED’s. If there are rumours, you may ask to be tested.
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