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2013 Serbian Jiu-Jitsu Cup Review & Results

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2013 Serbian Jiu-Jitsu Cup Review & Results

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The 2013 Serbian Jiu-Jitsu Cup is now done and dusted and was a great success. It was held in Belgrade, Serbia With over 240 registered competitors and 28 teams from Bulgaria to Germany, it ranks among the top regional BJJ competitions (Along with Hungarian, Croatian and BJJ Eastern European Opens). The team from Lutador BJJ did a phenomenal job in bringing in the community to compete all together.

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Full house

Highlights of the competition:

  • The setting was magnificent, held in a top class sports arena which hosts big international Judo competitions. The stands were full and the crowd was loud and cheerful.
  • 4 matted areas with top class tatamis and warm up area.
  • The classes were running on time and flowed well.
  • The emergence of Lutador Team from Serbia which is an offshoot of Zerjal Team (Possibly the oldest BJJ Team in the region). They dominated the divisions taking first place. Watch out for them in future events. They are very competition oriented. Team members Luka Radulovic and Stefan Nemanja Manojlovic had great performances.
  • The always present regional powerhouse of Alliance which is comprised of Alliance Zagreb, Split and Ljubljana came second. They dominated the elite division with their ace Asa Nadarevic taking double gold in dominating fashion and their experienced brown belt Zvonimir Ucovic cruising to victory in the medium heavy weight class.
  • The very active team Roots BJJ Macedonia took third place with Risto Janev and Selma Biberovic both taking double golds at blue belt and female division respectively.
  • It was nice seeing the guys from Twisted Jiu-Jitsu Bulgaria peforming well in the elite division. They had a good technical style and notched up two bronzes.
  • Carlson Gracie Hungary sent a small but efficient delegation that medalled.
  • Some of the bigger regional teams weren’t represented this year such as Garcie Barra Hungary, Absoluto BJJ Romania, Real Pain Bulgaria or Werdum Zagreb.
  • There were of course many other teams that came and represented and it was great to have the community gather together regularly.
  • Save the date of October 19th on your Calendar for the 2013 Serbian International Open at the same location which promises to be a big tournament with some surprises coming up!
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Before the start

Complete Results:

Women

-60 kg
1. Biljana Mitrović – Mata Leao
2. Svetlana Savić – Lutador
3. Justina Turkalj – Black Dragon
3. Andrea Sučević – Constrictor

60+ kg
1. Selma Biberović – Roots
2. Lucija Avgustin – Carlos Maia
3. Jelena Rajačić – SBK
3. Emilija Pavlova – Twisted JJ

Absolute
1. Selma Biberović – Roots
2. Jelena Rajačić – SBK
3. Martina Petreska – Roots
3. Emilija Pavlova – Twisted JJ

Men – White belts

-64 kg
1. Nenad Bilbija – Lutador
2. Martin Tašeski – Carlos Maia
3. Nikola Novaković – Mata Leao

-70 kg
1. Emil Hristov – Twisted JJ
2. Miša Nenković – Lutador
3. Semir Pirić – Pound 4 Pound
3. Dušan Milošević – KBS Serbon

-76 kg
1. Tadej Čutuk – Gepard Werdum
2. Matija Blažičević – Alliance Black Dragon
3. Branko Putilin – Roots
3. Sava Nedeljković – Caminho BJJ

-82 kg
1. Vladimir Popović – Lutador
2. Martin Zore – Alliance Red Eagle
3. Miki Smiljković – Roots
3. Nenad Glušac – Žerjal Team

-88 kg
1. Bojan Arsić – Secutor
2. Šćepan Drinčić – Equipe Fabricio
3. Nikola Mišović – Lutador
3. Martin Stojanov – Roots

-94 kg
1. Đorđe Nešović – Žerjal Team
2. Strahinja Lalović – Lutador
3. Petar Stanojević – RGC
3. Dušan Vuković – SBK

-100 kg
1. Nikola Milovanović – Caminho BJJ
2. Bojan Golubović – KBV Mali Zmaj Kovin
3. Marko Oljača – Žerjal Team
3. Vladan Anđelković – Žerjal Team

100+ kg
1. Mirza Karač – Edson Carvalho BIH
2. Mileta Rondović – Mata Leao
3. Dragan Simić – KBV Mali Zmaj Kovin
3. Aleks Andrejević – Alliance Red Eagle

Absolute
1. Mileta Rondović – Mata Leao
2. Aleksa Andrejević – Alliance Red Eagle
3. Dušan Vuković – SBK
3. Nikola Milovanović – Caminho BJJ

Men – Blue belts

-70 kg
1. Svetislav Madžarević – Lutador
2. Bahman Tajdini – BJJ Pecs/BJJ Berlin
3. Valentin Poniž – Carlos Maia
3. Danijel Krivokapić – Mata Leao

-76 kg
1. Ilija Dabetić – Lutador
2. Miloš Radosavljević – Žerjal Team
3. Željko Radivojević – Lutador Knjaževac
3. Bratislav Blagojević – Secutor

-82 kg
1. Bence Tot – Carlson Gracie HUN
2. Miha Perhavec – Alliance Red Eagle
3. David Rovčanin – Roots
3. Anton Vlajkov – Twisted JJ

-88 kg
1. Željko Božić – Alliance Black Dragon
2. Vladimir Veličkov – Roots
3. Franc Dornik – Žerjal Team
3. Cselotei Tamas – Carlson Gracie HUN

-94 kg
1. Vuk Aleksić – SBK
2. Jure Vračko – Carlos Maia
3. Milovan Janjić – Caminho BJJ
3. Vuk Knežević – Žerjal Team

-100 kg
1. Risto Janev – Roots
2. Slaviša Damjanović – Lutador
3. Miroslav Slavuj – Žerjal Team
3. Vladan Gužvić – SBK

100+ kg
1. Momir Ćućuz – Žerjal Team
2. Marko Mušikić – Žerjal Team
3. Dušan Pešić – Lutador

Absolute
1. Risto Janev – Roots
2. Vuk Aleksić – SBK
3. Marko Mušikić – Žerjal Team
3. David Rovčanin – Žerjal Team

Men – Elite (Purple, Brown, Black)

-76 kg
1. Stefan Nemanja Manojlović – Lutador
2. Vukoje Stežević – Secutor
3. Boris Kirilov – Twisted JJ
3. Vladimir Džakarlov – Twisted JJ

-82kg
1. Aleksandar Miličević – Secutor
2. Eržen Tevž – Carlos Maia SLO
3. Dejan Živković – Lutador

-88 kg
1. Zvonimir Ucović – Alliance Black Dragon
2. Luka Radulović – Lutador
3. Đorđe Kesić – Gepard Werdum

-94 kg
1. Vedran Budetić – Leo Neves Osijek
2. Konstantin Popović – Žerjal Team
3. Nikola Lalović – Caminho BJJ

-100, 100+ kg
1. Aša Nadarević – Alliance Black Dragon
2. Danilo Slović – RGC
3. Đoko Urošević – BJJ Njegos Vidojevic

Absolute
1. Aša Nadarević – Alliance Black Dragon
2. Vedran Budetić – Leo Neves Osijek
3. Luka Radulović – Lutador
3. Stefan Nemanja Manojlović – Lutador

TEAMS
1. Lutador 66
2. Alliance 50
3. Roots 43

Carlson Gracie Team Hungary

Carlson Gracie Team Hungary

Guepard Werdum Slovenia

Guepard Werdum Slovenia