The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam (ADGS) Jiu-Jitsu World Tour 2023-2024 is set to start in Rio de Janeiro this June…
And you don’t want to miss the opportunity to compete at it!
The tournament takes place on the 9th, 10th, and 11th of June, with registrations open until June 5.
Here are just several reasons why you need to register and compete at the ADGS in Rio de Janeiro.
Some of the world’s top-ranking Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes will travel to Rio, in order to compete and give their absolute best at the ADGS.
It’s a great opportunity to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with these amazing athletes, meet, and even compete against them – it’s bound to be an experience like no other!
An experience, not just in competing against the best. But also an experience which will yield to progress on the mats like you’ve scarcely ever experienced before.
BRAZIL: THE BIRTHPLACE OF BJJ
Every BJJ student should aim to visit Brazil at least once in their lifetime. It’s the birthplace of our grappling art as we know it, and being able to walk the streets on which it all started…
There’s nothing quite like it.
And, of course, it’s not “just” because of the BJJ history that you should visit Brazil, Rio de Janeiro to be specific.
It’s also because of its worldwide known beaches, stunning culture, friendly people, and the overall lifestyle you’ll experience while you’re there.
It’s a warm, relaxed lifestyle that is so much more different than what most people are used to (especially in the West). It’ll make you feel like a whole new world has opened up before your eyes.
THE BEST JIU-JITSU TRAINING… AND NEW FRIENDSHIPS
Similarly, training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Rio de Janeiro is an experience like no other.
You’ll be surrounded with coaches and training partners who have dedicated their entire lives to training and studying the Gentle Art, who are as passionate about it as you are.
You’ll meet new people, form lifelong friendships, compete at the highest of levels and become both a better grappler and a more fulfilled human being because of it.
So, don’t miss your chance to register and compete at the ADGS in Rio de Janeiro. Registrations are open until June 5!