10th Planet Richmond takes Fuji Louisville

The 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu Richmond youth group took a trip to Louisville on Saturday December second to complete in a Fuji Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition. They scored Kids Best Academy among 18 groups in the Kentuckiana location. They took the number 1 area for Best Academy general that included 39 various jiu jitsu academies. There were 3 10th Planet Richmond trainees that scored in the leading 5 fastest submissions of the occasion, with Carter Swords being available in at number 1 with a 9-second armbar submission. They likewise had significant wins consisting of Joey Lopes beating a previous enemy Josiah Diepenhorst in 3 fights, after formerly losing to him. A group newbie, Paul Thomas, made a first location ring in the Absolute department. The occasion occurred simply 1 day after the 10th Planet Richmond youth group delighted in the Richmond Christmas parade. This occasion will be the last occasion of the year for the group. The 10th Planet Richmond youth travel group will be back in action at Kumite in Cincinnati OH on December 17th.

The outcomes of the youth group’s competitors consisted of numerous gold, silver, and bronze medals in various weight classes and belts for both GI and NOGI occasions. Gold medal winners at the competition consisted of Raylan Hall, Odin Burgin, Leif Burgin, Joey Lopes, Carter Swords, Tor Lunneborg, Paul Thomas, Derrick Chrisman, Blake Thomas, Nathalie Wells, and Vitoria Lopes. Notable accomplishments consisted of Paul Thomas making a gold medal in the Absolute department, and Joey Lopes likewise making a gold medal in the Absolute department together with numerous other medals.

Overall, the 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu Richmond youth group carried out incredibly well at the Fuji Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition, making leading ratings and various medals. It was a high-achieving occasion for the group, showing their ability and commitment to the sport. With a number of excellent private triumphes, the group showcased their skill and effort. Their triumph follows participating in the Richmond Christmas parade the day previously, and the competitors acts as their last occasion of the year. Their next competitors will be at Kumite in Cincinnati OH on December 17th where they intend to continue their success.


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