Dates & Times
- Saturday 14 – Sunday 15 November 2020: 9am to 5pm daily
- Age is determined as at Saturday 14 November 2020
- Minimum age for competition is 35 years
- Division A: 35 – 40 years
- Division B: 41 – 45 years
- Division C: 46 – 50 years
- Division D: 51 – 55 years
- Division E: 56 – 60 years
- Division F: 60+ years
- Novice (0 to under 3 years grappling experience)
- Intermediate (more than 3+ years to 10 years grappling experience)
- Advanced (10+ years grappling experience)
- Special Needs (experience and individual needs will be taken into account when arranging fixtures).
- Over 100kg
- Over 92kg and up to and including 100kg
- Over 84kg and up to and including 92kg
- Over 77kg and up to and including 84kg
- Over 71kg and up to and including 77kg
- Over 66kg and up to and including 71kg
- Over 62kg and up to and including 66kg
- Up to and including 62kg
- Over 71kg
- Over 64kg and up to and including 71kg
- Over 58 kg and up to and including 64kg
- Over 53kg and up to and including 58kg
- Up to and including 53kg
- $75 per person for two events (event based on experience and open competition)
- Competitor: $125 | $145 standard fee (from 3 September, 2020)
- Non-Playing Official: $90
Payment processing fee: 1.4% (incl GST)
Account2Account (select Australian banks – no fee)
- Entries Close – Thursday 12 November, 2020 (11:59pm AEST)
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Additional Grappling Information
- Contest duration is 3 minutes for men and women.
- Divisions will be made-up of age and weight groups at the discretion of the Tournament Officials according to entries.
- Participants are required to bring their specific sports membership record to the competition weigh-in as evidence of their experience level. All entrant’s names will be crossed checked against other organisations to stop competitors from falsely misrepresenting their experience level and entering in the incorrect division.
- This is a No-Gi grappling tournament, no grabbing of any clothing during the contest is permitted.
- Events eligibility will be confirmed by your national sporting body e.g. if you have been a member of the IBJJF for 4 years then you are classed as an intermediate level competitor.
- If you have studied multiple disciplines over the same time period e.g. from October 2016 to October 2020 you have been studying Judo for 4 years and during that time you started studying BJJ concurrently from October 2018 to October 2020. You are classed as an Intermediate level competitor as you have studied Judo for 4 years which is the determining factor in your level of grappling experience.
- If you have studied multiple grappling forms consecutively e.g. Judo from 1 January 2019 until 31 December 2019 and then studied Submission Arts Wrestling from 1 January 2020 until 14 November 2020, you are deemed to be a Novice competitor as you have less than 2 years grappling experience.
- If you have a black belt in any grappling based martial art, you are immediately classed as an advanced level competitor.
- If you are an active wrestler (either Greco Roman or Freestyle Wrestler) your collective training experience in terms of years active will determine your competitor level.
- Weigh in will be conducted 2 hrs before your match is due to commence, this is to prevent dangerous weight cutting practices from occurring.
- This tournament will be run according to the World Submission Arts Wrestling Tournament ruleset as it is conducive and fair for all grappling styles and participants.
Rules & Judiciary Procedures
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