Sun, Apr 02 2017

Brazilian Jiujitsu Tournament,

Alameda, California, United States Alameda, California, United States

  • About the event

    All Brazilian JiuJitsu Tournaments are an opportunity for Athletes to test their skills against peers from from all around the State. 

    These tournaments are held in several different locations up and down the coast.

    Each team and their sponsor's are called out prior to the fight. After which the fighters that medal are photographed on the stage and those pictures are posted on the BJJ website, the Team's Social media, and the families of the athletes and teamates re-post and so on.

    These tournaments are a mile stone for all who wish to be promoted or go pro, this is where it all begin's 


    Why should you sponsor?

    At Elite Grappling we think its important to teach and model the value and importance of hard work and dedication. Thats why we've invested in our Jr. Brazilian Jiujitsu Program here in San Jose Ca. 

    Sad to say some of our student's family's can't always afford to buy tournament legal Gi Uniforms, or pay the entry fee's for tournaments. 

    These children and young adults have worked hard maintained their school grades and have earned their place in this sport, so please 

    Help us teach them that hard work is rewarded, 


    Tabatha Lansing

    Elite Grappling founded by Ron Kelsar.

    Ron Keslar is a Career Athlete with a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiujitsu. Ron started Elite Grappling to offer an after school program to the youth in and around San Jose California. We strive to teach our students the following:

    Hard work - Both in sports, in school and in life.

    Acceptance - You never lose a match you simply learn you still have work to do.

    Sportsmanship - Never brag or show boat, No excuses always honor your opponants win or lose.

    Healthy living and nutrition - What you put into your body is what you'll get out of it.

    And so much more... 

    These are just a few of the lessons this sport and Coach Ron Keslar feels that todays youth needs to grow into hardworking successful adults. Its also the hope that someday soon the school will be able to expand and offer a real life application of the techniques to teach a women self defense course. 

    Ron Keslar works during the day and uses his own money to pay tournament fees for students and over head costs for the facility. And one day hopes to make this program available to all Bay Area Youth for free to those who want to learn. 


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  • 2501-5000 attendees expected

    55% Male Attendees

    45% Female Attendees

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