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Shooto Cup 2019 – BJJ Championships
Shooto Germany will host a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship called “Shooto Cup” on November 30th in Reutlingen (Germany). As most of you will know Shooto Japan celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. In cooperation with the JBJJF under the leadership of Shooto and Vale Tudo legend Yuki Nakai a series of BJJ Tournaments have been held in Japan called “Shooto Cup”. Shooto Germany jumped on the idea and will annually host a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship under the title “Shooto Cup” from this year on to celebrate the anniversary of our great sport. The tournament will be held in Reutlingen, the base of Shooto in Germany. All information as well as the opportunity for an online registration is available on the Smoothcomp platform of Shooto Europe here: https://shootoeurope.smoothcomp.com/en/event/2547
All Japan Shooto Championships 2019
With the 18.th edition of the annual Open European Amateur Shooto Championships for the first time european fighters have had the chance to qualify to compete in the annual All Japan Amateur Shooto Championships, the biggest Shooto competition in the world for decades now. With this article we will give available information we have so far to all qualified fighters and teams. The event will be held on Sunday, September 29th 2019 in the Odawara Stadium in Odawara (Japan). Odawara is about a 1-2 hour train ride away from Tokio. Qualified Fighters Male Juniors (have to be confirmed by JSA) -56,7 kg Enes Gülseven, Stallions Gym, Germany Stanislav Senych, Godynets Dojo, Ukraine -65,8 kg Darnell Tyrone Krause, Renzo Gracie Hamburg, Germany Oleksij Hurniev, Godynets Dojo, Ukraine Women -56,7 kg Manon Falcone, Parabellum Combat Club, France Maud Valegeas, Parabellum Combat Club, France -65,8 kg Christina Brauchle, Luis Palharez Jiu-Jitsu, Germany Charlotte Crochet, Parabellum Combat Club, France Men -61,2 kg Ian Odin Krause, Renzo Gracie Hamburg, Germany Erik Kokeyan, Hammers Team Nürnberg, Germany -65,8 kg Roman Apolonov, Freelance, Germany Ivan Konolosh, Godynets Dojo, Ukraine -70,3 kg Gian Lucas Werner, Combat Center Lüneburg, Germany Thomas Pedretti, Parabellum Combat Club, France -77,1 kg Stefan […]
Results of European Amateur Shooto Championships 2019
Last Saturday the annual Open European Amateur Shooto Championships have been hosted in Reutlingen (Germany) by Shooto Germany in the Wittumhalle. Under the guideance and presence of Rumina Sato (Japan Shooto Association), Takashi Ouchi (Japan Shooto Association), Tadashi Yokoyama (International Shooto Commission), Kazuhiro Sakamoto (Professional Shooto Japan) and Martijn de Jong (Shooto Europe) athletes from 19 teams out of 7 countries competed. The official results of all fights are online at https://shootoeurope.smoothcomp.com/en/event/921/results
Open Europan Amateur Shooto Championships Info
The highlight of the year is getting closer. Just eight more days to register for the annual Open European Amateur Shooto Championships, which will be held in the Wittumhalle in Reutlingen (Germany). As we receive a lot of inquiries and questions about the event, we want to provide some information about it. 1. You DON’T need to be a member of Shooto to participate in this event 2. It doesn’t matter which nationality the athlete has 3. Every martial arts school can send fighters to the event. We will have Juniors (female and male 15-17 years of age), Female (above 18 years of age) and Men (above 18 years of age) Divisons in the competition. 4. Official registration is only available via Smoothcomp. Payment has to be done befor registration closes, otherwise the athlete cannot compete. 5. All finalists qualify for the All Japan Amateur Shooto Championships on September 29th in Odawara (Japan) 6. All results will be added to the European Amateur Shooto Rankings 7. All fighters and coaches will get free entrance to the Night Show “SHOOTO KINGS VIII: Samurai Spirit” where all finals in every division will be held. 8. Protective gear will be supplied by the […]
European Championships are open for Females and Juniors, too!
The 18.th Open European Amateur Shooto Championships will feature divisions for minors and 18 years of age as well as for female adult fighters. Divisions and classes have been added to official registration page on Smoothcomp here. The Smoothcomp website is available in 11 languages, so it should be no problem to understand and complete the registration process. While all preliminary bouts will be held during daytime, the finals in all divisions will be featured in the night show of SHOOTO KINGS VIII: “Samurai Spirit”, starting at 7 p.m. and will be finished not later than 8.30 pm. As we got several requests and questions concerning the European Championships, here are some important points to know: This is an Open Championship, so everybody can compete. No membership is required. This competition is not restricted to specific european nationalities, so everybody can sign in and compete. Only registration via Smoothcomp for this event is valid. The registration fee has to be paid until the registration closes, otherwise the registration will be not considered. We look forward to welcome you to Germany for a great competition! OSU!
Historical Rule-change in Amateur Shooto
Today Shooto Europe has been informed about a historical change in the rules for Amateur Shooto by the Japan Shooto Association. From May 2019 on Punches to the body of a grounded opponent will be permitted and declared legal. For the first time in 30 years Shooto permitts Ground and Pound in Amateur Shooto matches. This change of rules will be very interesting for all european Shooto branches, as the 18th. Open European Amateur Shooto Championships on May 18th in Reutlingen (Germany) will be the first continental Amateur Shooto Tournament with these new rules. An official Referee Course of the Japan Shooto Association for all dedicated and interested european martial artists will be held on May 18th in the German Top Team HQ in Reutlingen, before the European Championships will start. This seminar will be officially certified by the JSA. Register for Official Referee Course of the JSA Register for the 18.th European Open Amateur Shooto Championships
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German Top Team NRWNon-Official Shooto Gym
Professional Shooter Florian Lenz, who is also a Brownbelt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Luta Livre, opened the German Top Team NRW in September 2018 with tremendous success. The Gym offers classes in Shooto, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Luta Livre.
German Top TeamOfficial Shooto Gym
The German Top Team has been founded in March 2004 by Headcoach Peter Angerer and offers a wide range of martial arts instructions, as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Luta Livre, Shidokan Karate, Kickboxing, Crosstraining, Yoga and of course Shooto. The German Top Team is home to many successful Amateurs and Professional Shooters, whose members have fought in Japan and all over Europe.
Most recent news
- Shooto Cup 2019 – BJJ Championships August 14, 2019
- All Japan Shooto Championships 2019 May 23, 2019
- Results of European Amateur Shooto Championships 2019 May 21, 2019
- Open Europan Amateur Shooto Championships Info May 8, 2019
- European Championships are open for Females and Juniors, too! March 22, 2019
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