We are a local company dedicated to advancing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gi & no-gi competition in the Pacific Northwest.
It is our goal to organize quality Tournaments and Events where athletes can test their skills
The Revolution XXVIII had over 700 individual athletes from Alaska, California, Idaho, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington showcasing their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
With over 280 of those athletes registering for both gi and no-gi the tournament was the equivalent of almost 1000 athletes.
We would like to thank our sponsors and ask that you show them your support, because they support our community.
Beyond The Ink Tattoo & Art Gallery, Bridge City Fight Shop, Coffee House Cafe, CynerGi, Elite Massage Professionals, Itanji for great website support, Sports Medicine Northwest, Ultimate Pain Fighter, & Vicious Fight Gear.
The top 3 teams were for each category are:
Youth/Juniors Gi 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 172 Points
Youth/Juniors Gi 2nd Place Marcelo Alonso BJJ 100 Points
Youth/Juniors Gi 3rd Place Iron Lion JJA 76 Points
Youth/Juniors No Gi 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 107 Points
Youth/Juniors No Gi 2nd Place Iron Lion JJA 50 Points
Youth/Juniors No Gi 3rd Place SBG 47 Points
Youth/Juniors Overall 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 279 Points
Youth/Juniors Overall 2nd Place Iron Lion JJA 126 Points
Youth/Juniors Overall 3rd Place Lotus Club 120 Points
And for the Adults….
Adult/Master Gi 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 166 Points
Adult/Master Gi 2nd Place Marcelo Alonso BJJ 95 Points
Adult/Master Gi 3rd Place Impact Jiu Jitsu 48 Points
Adult/Master No Gi 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 122 Points
Adult/Master No Gi 2nd Place Impact Jiu Jitsu 37 Points
Adult/Master No Gi 3rd Place Marcelo Alonso BJJ 33 Points (2 1st places and 3 2nd places)
*Adult/Master No Gi 4th Place Lotus Club 33 Points (2 1st places and 2 2nd places)
Adult/Master Overall 1st Place Gracie Barra NW 288 Points
Adult/Master Overall 2nd Place Marcelo Alonso BJJ 128 Points
Adult/Master Overall 3rd Place Impact Jiu Jitsu 85 Points
The Revolution XXIX will be on November 14th at Pacific Lutheran Univeristy’s Olson Auditorium.
Train hard, train safe, train often, and we will see you there!