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ADCC 2013: Confirmed Names for -66, -77 & -88 Kgs Divisions

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With the 2013 ADCC approaching  (Beijing, China October 19 & 20) , Here is the unoficial ADCC 2013 competitors list. This list is comprised of the Championship/trial winners and officially invited competitors and names that have been confirmed by the athletes themselves.

We will start with the Men’s Under 66KG

1- Rafael Mendes – 2011 Champion
2- Rubens Charles “Cobrinha” – 2011 runner up
3- Augusto “Tanquinho” Mendes – announced by the committtee
4- Justin Rader – announced by the committtee
5- Robert Sabaruddin – Asia-Pacific Championship
6- Timo Juhani Hirvikangas – European Championship
7- Mark Ramos – North American Championship East
8 – Darson Hemmings – North American Championship West
9- Nicholas Renier European Trials
10- Joao Miyao – Brazil Championship
11- Uruka Sasaki – Asian Championship
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The U77KG is now wide open with defending and multiple times champion Marcelo Garcia bowing out for this edition of the event . So an exciting list is being compiled. Check out the names below:

1- Octavio de Souza (Invited)
2- Leo Vieira (Invited)
3- Lucas Lepri (Invited)
4- Youngnam Noh (Asia – Pacific World Trials)
5-AJ Agazarm (North American trials San Diego)
6- Gary Tonnes(North American Trials Ohio)
7- Leo Nogueira (Brazil Trals)
8- Kamil Mitosek (European trials winner)
9- Sotaro Yamada (Asian Trials)
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The U88KG is now wide open with defending champion Andre Galvao now fighting the Super Fight with Braulio Estima. So an exciting list is being compiled. Check out the names below:

1- Rousimar Palhares (2nd place in 2011)
2- Rafael Lovato Jr
3- Michael Langhi
4- Oskar Piechota
5- Keenan Cornelius – North American West Trials
6- Doorwang Jeon Asia – Pacific World Trials
7- Claudio Calasans – Brazil Trials
8- Josh Hayden- North American Trials Ohio
9- Shinsho Anzai – Asian Trials
10-Eduardo Teta Rios European trials
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