Ju-Jitsu

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IWGA Member Federation since 1994.

Learn more about Ju-Jitsu Duo, FightingJiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza). Also on YouTube.

Good to know

Ju-Jitsu is the sport in which most gold medals were awarded during The World Games 2017. 22 Medal events were held in Wrocław, Poland.

Fun Fact

The Ne-Waza System is also called ‘human chess’. Strategies and tactics are designed to make your opponent waste his energy so as to submit him/her later in the fight.

On the programme of The World Games

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Medal Results Birmingham 2022

Duo Team Mixed

  1. 1. THA
  2. 2. BEL
  3. 3. SUI

Fighting 48kg Women

  1. 1. Kanjutha PHATTARABOONSORN - THA
  2. 2. Athanasia ZARIOPI - GRE
  3. 3. Sandra BADIE - FRA

Fighting 57kg Women

  1. 1. Licai POURTOIS - BEL
  2. 2. Christina KOUTOULAKI - GRE
  3. 3. Rebekka Ziska DAHL - DEN

Fighting 62kg Men

  1. 1. Bohdan MOCHULSKYI - UKR
  2. 2. Alejandro VIVIESCAS - COL
  3. 3. Ecco VAN DER VEER - NED

Fighting 63kg Women

  1. 1. Juliana FERREIRA - FRA
  2. 2. Orapa SENATHAM - THA
  3. 3. Lilian WEIKEN - GER

Fighting 69kg Men

  1. 1. Jaschar SALMANOW - GER
  2. 2. Ivan DELLA CROCE - SRB
  3. 3. Tim TOPLAK - SLO

Fighting 70kg Women

  1. 1. Annalena BAUER - GER
  2. 2. Chloe LALANDE - FRA
  3. 3. Liva TANZER - DEN

Fighting 77kg Men

  1. 1. Simon ATTENBERGER - GER
  2. 2. Lucas ANDERSEN - DEN
  3. 3. Boy VOGELZANG - NED

Fighting 85kg Men

  1. 1. Nikola TRAJKOVIĆ - SRB
  2. 2. Donny DONKER - NED
  3. 3. Daniel ZMEEV - GER

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 48kg Women

  1. 1. Vicky HOANG - CAN
  2. 2. Kanjutha PHATTARABOONSORN - THA
  3. 3. Irina BRODSKI - GER

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 57kg Women

  1. 1. Meshy ROSENFELD - ISR
  2. 2. Galina DUVANOVA - KAZ
  3. 3. Laurence FOUILLAT - FRA

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 63kg Women

  1. 1. Maja POVŠNAR - SLO
  2. 2. Rony NISIMIAN - ISR
  3. 3. Shamma ALKALBANI - UAE

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 69kg Men

  1. 1. Florian BAYILI - BEL
  2. 2. MOHAMED ALSUWAIDI - UAE
  3. 3. Viki DABUSH - ISR

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 77kg Men

  1. 1. Nimrod RYEDER - ISR
  2. 2. Ali MUNFAREDI - BRN
  3. 3. Michael SHEEHAN - CAN

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) 85kg Men

  1. 1. Faisal ALKETBI - UAE
  2. 2. Abdurahmanhaji MURTAZALIEV - KGZ
  3. 3. Saar SHEMESH - ISR

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) open Men

  1. 1. Faisal ALKETBI - UAE
  2. 2. Seif Eddine HOUMINE - MAR
  3. 3. Saar SHEMESH - ISR

Jiu-Jitsu (Ne-Waza) open Women

  1. 1. Meshy ROSENFELD - ISR
  2. 2. Bogdana GOLUB - UKR
  3. 3. Shamma ALKALBANI - UAE

National Competition Team Mixed

  1. 1. FRA
  2. 2. GER
  3. 3. NED

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