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Seminar Report: Serbian BJJ Community Humanitarian Seminar For Philippines Typhoon Victims


Seminar Report: Serbian BJJ Community Humanitarian Seminar For Philippines Typhoon Victims

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On Sunday November 24, in Belgrade, Serbia a humanitarian seminar for the victims of typhoon Haiyan was held. This seminar was attended by members of the Serbian BJJ/grappling community from all the different academies. A total of 95 People came from all over Serbia and some all the way from Romania and Macedonia.

The seminar started with a welcome speech and a quick warmup.

Seminar instructors: From L to R: Aleksandar Rajacic, Mateja Valjarevic, Nenad Latincic, Damir Mihajlovic, Guillaume Huni

Seminar instructors: From L to R: Aleksandar Rajacic, Mateja Valjarevic, Nenad Latincic, Damir Mihajlovic, Guillaume Huni

 

Rio Grappling club Serbia’s black belt Nenad Latincic started off the proceedings by showing some variations and set ups for the kata gatame (head and arm choke or arm triangle).

lata

Next up up was Mateja Valjarevic from Lutador -Alliance who showed a sequence of guard openings, pass and submission from mount.

mateja

Luta Livre black belt, Danir “dado” Mihajlovic then showed some nice guillotine set ups.

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Aleksandar Rajacic showed some effective sweeps from his famous butterfly guard.

Aleksandar Rajacic (standing)

Aleksandar Rajacic (standing)

Guillaume” Gile” Huni showed some details to finishing the omoplata with either a shoulder lock or a choke.

gile

After the seminar a improvised rolling session (open mat) was organised where all rolled for a good hour in a good and friendly atmosphere.

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At the end of the day, the community raised 475 euros and sent a donation by paypal to United Nations food program. This donation will help provide emergency food assistance to families and children afflicted by typhoon ‘Haiyan’ in the Philippines. This shows that the Serbian BJJ/grappling community is united and strong.

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