Ju-Jitsu

Ju-jitsu spread among the samurai as a way to neutralize an opponent in the Japan of the 17th century. Ju-jitsu absorbs an attack and uses its energy against the attacker. Thus the "Gentle Art" or “Art of Suppleness”, for this is the meaning of the Japanese name, does not neutralize power with power but aims to rationally absorb an attack and convert that energy to the opponent’s detriment.

In today's “Fighting System”, two athletes have two times two minutes to defeat the opponent on points or by surrender. The sparring bouts are divided into distance combat, grounding techniques and the final phase on the tatami mat.

In the “Duo System”, two collaborative jutsukas demonstrate rehearsed self-defence techniques against a series of attacks randomly called by the mat referee. These attacks cover specific scenarios: grip attack, embrace attack, hit attack, and armed attack with stick or knife.

The Ne-Waza System became famous under the name Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It is called human cess as well. Srategies and tactics are desingned to make your opponent waste his energy to submitt him/her later in the fight.  Most of this competition happens on the ground.

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Medal Results Wrocław 2017

Duo Duo Men

  1. 1. AUT
  2. 2. NED
  3. 3. BEL

Duo Duo Mixed

  1. 1. ITA
  2. 2. GER
  3. 3. BEL

Duo Duo Women

  1. 1. AUT
  2. 2. SLO
  3. 3. GER

Fighting 55kg Women

  1. 1. Rebekka Elisabeth Ziska DAHL - DEN
  2. 2. Laure Murielle Emille BEAUCHET EP. DOUCET - FRA
  3. 3. Jessica SCRICCIOLO - ITA

Fighting 62kg Men

  1. 1. Bohdan MOCHULSKYI - UKR
  2. 2. Jairo Alejandro VIVIESCAS ORTIZ - COL
  3. 3. Roman APOLONOV - GER

Fighting 62kg Women

  1. 1. Atio Severine NEBIE - FRA
  2. 2. Annalisa CAVARRETTA - ITA
  3. 3. Carina NEUPERT - GER

Fighting 69kg Men

  1. 1. Boy VOGELZANG - NED
  2. 2. Pavel KORZHAVYKH - RUS
  3. 3. Eduardo Alberto GUTIERREZ CORTES - MEX

Fighting 70kg Women

  1. 1. Theresa ATTENBERGER - GER
  2. 2. Chloe Claude Laurence LALANDE - FRA
  3. 3. Aafke van LEEUWEN - NED

Fighting 77kg Men

  1. 1. Ilia BOROK - RUS
  2. 2. Andreas Stefan KNEBEL - GER
  3. 3. Fredrik Hans Axel WIDGREN - SWE

Fighting 85kg Men

  1. 1. Mikkel Brix WILLARD - DEN
  2. 2. Denis BELOV - RUS
  3. 3. William SETH WENZEL - SWE

Fighting 94kg Men

  1. 1. Tomasz SZEWCZAK - POL
  2. 2. Mohsen HAMIDIAGHCHAY - IRI
  3. 3. Benjamin LAH - SLO

Fighting 94kg+ Men

  1. 1. Alexandre Didier Georges FROMANGE - FRA
  2. 2. Rafal RISS - POL
  3. 3. Dejan VUKCEVIC - MNE

National Competition Team Mixed

  1. 1. GER
  2. 2. RUS
  3. 3. POL

Ne-Waza 55kg Women

  1. 1. Amal AMJAHID - BEL
  2. 2. Bayarmaa MUNKHGEREL - MGL
  3. 3. Ana Nair MARQUES DIAS - POR

Ne-Waza 62kg Men

  1. 1. Jedrzej LOSKA - POL
  2. 2. Jairo Alejandro VIVIESCAS ORTIZ - COL
  3. 3. Joao Carlos Hiroshi KURAOKA - JPN

Ne-Waza 69kg Men

  1. 1. Haidar Raza ABBAS - FRA
  2. 2. Maciej POLOK - POL
  3. 3. Evyatar PAPERNI - ISR

Ne-Waza 77kg Men

  1. 1. Ilke Kubilay BULUT - SUI
  2. 2. Wim DEPUTTER - BEL
  3. 3. Maciej KOZAK - POL

Ne-Waza 85kg Men

  1. 1. Dan Melvin SCHON WEINBERG - MEX
  2. 2. Daniel DE MADDALENA - SUI
  3. 3. Abdulbari GUSEINOV - RUS

Ne-Waza 94kg Men

  1. 1. Faisal ALKETBI - UAE
  2. 2. Kristof SZUCS - HUN
  3. 3. Florent MINGUET - BEL

Ne-Waza 94kg+ Men

  1. 1. Seif Eddine HOUMINE - MAR
  2. 2. Frederic Grevais Eugene HUSSON - FRA
  3. 3. Aleksandr SAK - RUS

Ne-Waza open Men

  1. 1. Kristof SZUCS - HUN
  2. 2. Faisal ALKETBI - UAE
  3. 3. Seif Eddine HOUMINE - MAR

Ne-Waza open Women

  1. 1. Amal AMJAHID - BEL
  2. 2. Luma Hatem Sharif ALQUBAJ - JOR
  3. 3. Emilia MACKOWIAK - POL

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