world parajiu-jitsu championship

Venue

Long Beach Arena-Pacific Ballroom
300 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach California

Zip/Postal Code: 90802
Homepage: http://www.longbeachcc.com/attend-an-event/campus-map/

Dates

Event Date
Start: October 27, 2018
End: October 27, 2018
Registration Date
Start: June 01, 2018 12:00 AM
End: October 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Division Change Deadline
October 19, 2018 11:59 PM

Registration Fees

World Deaf Jiu-Jitsu Prices  Not Member Prices SJJIF Member Prices
Sign Up Dates Gi / NoGi / Both  Gi / NoGi / Both
Until July 19th $40 / $40 / $70 + $30.00 Membership $40 / $40 / $70
Until August 22th   $50/ $50 / $85 + $30.00 Membership $50/ $50 / $85
Until September 19th   $60 / $60 / $100 + $30.00 Membership $60 / $60 / $100
Until October 2st  $70 / $70 / $115 + $30.00 Membership $70 / $70 / $115
Until October 16th $80 / $80 / $130 + $30.00 Membership $80 / $80 / $130
Late Registration October 18th $100 / $100 / $150 + $30.00 Membership $100 / $100/ $150

Info



World ParaJiu-Jitsu Championship Important Information

Uniform Policy for Competition

Become a SJJIF Member

Black belts that are registered and have an active SJJIF membership, compete for free.

The SJJIF is proud to present the 2018 World PARAJIU-JITSU Championship.
Participation in this event is restricted to athletes that meet the ParaJiu-Jitsu Sport Disability Classifications. 

The Para Jiu-Jitsu competition will include athletes that have an impairment that belongs to one of the following nine (9) eligible impairment types identified below: 

1.     Impaired muscle power: Impairments in this category have in common that there is reduced force generated by the contraction of a muscle or muscle groups, such as muscles of one limb, one side of the body or the lower half of the body. Examples of conditions included in this category are paraplegia and quadriplegia, muscular dystrophy, post poliomyelitis and spinal bifida.

2.     Impaired passive range of movement: The range of movement in one or more joint is reduced in a systematical way. For example, due to arthrogryposis. However, hypermobility of joints, joint instability, and acute conditions causing reduced range of movement, such as arthritis, are not considered eligible impairments.

3.     Limb deficiency: There is a total or partial absence of bones or joints as a consequence of trauma (e.g. traumatic amputation), illness (e.g. bone cancer) or congenital limb deficiency (e.g. dysmelia).

4.     Leg length difference: Due to congenital deficiency or trauma, bone shortening occurs in one leg.

5.     Short stature: The standing height is reduced due to aberrant dimensions of bones of upper and lower limbs or trunk, for example due to Achondroplasia or growth hormone dysfunction.

6.     Hypertonia: Hypertonia is a condition marked by an abnormal increase in muscle tension and a reduced ability of a muscle to stretch. Hypertonia may result from injury, illness, or conditions that involve damage to the central nervous system. When the condition occurs in children under the age of two (2), the term cerebral palsy is often used, but it also can be due to brain injury (e.g. stroke, trauma) or multiple sclerosis.

7.     Ataxia: Ataxia is a neurological sign and symptom that consists of a lack of co- ordination of muscle movements. When the condition occurs in children under the age of two (2), the term cerebral palsy is often used, but it also can be due to brain injury (e.g. stroke, trauma) or multiple sclerosis.

8.      Athetosis: Athetosis can vary from mild to severe motor dysfunction. It is generally characterized by unbalanced, involuntary movements, and a difficulty in maintaining a symmetrical posture. When the condition occurs in children under the age of two (2), the term cerebral palsy is often used, but it also can be due to brain injury (e.g. stroke, trauma).

9.     Vision impairment: Vision is impacted by either an impairment of the eye structure, optical nerves or optical pathways, or the visual cortex of the central brain.

Intellectual impairmentSee SJJIF Adapted Jiu-Jitsu Additional Rules & Regulations, Section III Special Jiu-Jitsu.

This event will run under the SJJIF rules

http://files.sjjif.com/public/assets/2018%20SJJIF%20Rulebook.pdf as well as the SJJIF adapted ParaJiu-Jitsu rules https://files.sjjif.com/public/assets/ParaJiu-Jitsu_Adapted%20Jiu-Jitsu%20Rules.pdf 

Free tournament t-shirt
All competitors registered by the October 2nd  deadline will receive a free tournament shirt. Shirts are to be picked up the day of the event at the SJJIF booth inside the venue, which will be located near the entrance by the SJJIF membership booth. See image of the shirt below.

Fees

Spectator Fee ages 7 and up—$12 pre-sale on-line at SJJIF website or $15 at the door (Cash Only)
$15 per car, per entry - Long Beach Arena Parking Fee 
$12 per car, per entry - 8-12 min walk to the venue (111 West Ocean Blvd)
$5.75 per car, per entry - 12-15 min walk to the venue (123 West First Street)

*No Pets allowed in the venue*

*Outside food and drinks are not allowed in the Long Beach Arena*

Changes to Registration
Email any changes or updates to changes@sjjif.com. Be sure to include the tournament name, your name, and the changes to be made in the email. The deadline for all changes is Friday, October 19th, no changes will be made after the deadline or the day of the tournament.

Weigh-Ins
Weigh-ins are right before your division is scheduled to begin. Be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled division time. Schedule with time will be posted no later than October 22nd.

Hotel & Accommodations 

SJJIF has partnered with TEAMRUNNER to  secure the best hotel rates within the closest proximity to the Long Beach Arena. Only registered participants, fans and exhibitors will receive access to housing. To begin your hotel reservation(s) click on the following link SJJIF World Hotels

 **Please be aware that TeamRunner is the ONLY housing provider associated with the SJJIF. While other hotel resellers may contact you offering housing for your trip, they are not endorsed by or affiliated with our events and tournaments. Beware that entering into financial agreements with non-endorsed companies can have costly consequences. In addition, we are not responsible for any hotel reservation that is booked through an outside source. If you choose to book your hotel through an outside source this is completely at your own risk.

Divisions

   

Age Period
ADULT 18 1989 ~ 2000
Gender Age Belt Weight
Male ADULT 18 WHITE
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY
  • HEAVY+
Male ADULT 18 BLUE PURPLE
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY
  • HEAVY+
Male ADULT 18 BROWN BLACK
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY
  • HEAVY+
Gender Age Belt Weight
Female ADULT 18 WHITE
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY
Female ADULT 18 BLUE PURPLE
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY
Female ADULT 18 BROWN BLACK
  • ROOSTER
  • FEATHER+
  • LIGHT MIDDLE
  • LIGHT HEAVY

Weight Table



Weight Table

Schedule



SJJIF World Adapted Championship
Saturday, October 27, 2018

  • Arrive 30 minutes before you are scheduled to compete.
  • Weigh-ins are before your division is scheduled to begin, you must weigh-in for each individual Gi & NoGi division.
  • All divisions are noted if they are Gi or NoGi.

Juvenile and Adults Athletes must have an SJJIF Card, Valid ID or Passport to compete.
Black Belts must have a valid SJJIF Card​ to compete.

Division and Age Groups

Belts

Weigh-In Time

Division Start Time

Weigh Station

Doors Open

 

 

7:00 am

 

Deaf Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (Gi)

10:00 am

10:45 am


A

Special Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (Gi)

11:30 am

12:15 pm


A

Para Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (Gi)

12:15 pm

1:00 pm


A

Deaf Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (NoGi)

12:35 pm

1:20 pm


A

Special Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (NoGi)

1:25 pm

1:50 pm


A

Para Jiu-Jitsu

All belts (NoGi)

2:00 pm

2:40 pm


A