Competition Team  Accomplishments

The JJ Machado / Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competition Team competes in the Michigan based Elite Federation of Grapplers Tournament circuit. They also compete at various local and international tournaments.

The team won the "Most Supportive School Awards" at the last 13 out of 14 EFG tournaments:

  Trophy

       July 24 / 2010

"Top Kids Team" award at the 4th Annual Buckeye Border International Grappling Championships

 

WBJJ Team

The JJ Machado / Windsor BJJ  Competition Team is considered to be the most successful team in the EFG tournament circuit. 

We look forward to continued successes  and accomplishments in the years to come!

 

2009,2010 & 2011 Elite Federation of Grapplers

USA vs Canada Team Challenge Champions

2011 Team Champions

2010 Team Champions

  WBJJ Tournament Team

2009 Team Champions

The Elite Federation of Grapplers tournament circuit in Michigan hosts four tournaments each year and awards points to competitors based on where they finish.  Awards consisting of championship belts and trophies are presented at the first tournament of the year to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place division finishers. Most of the junior members of our team have won their respective divisions or placed second over the last two years.

The JJ Machado / Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competition Team has won the last 12 out of 13 "Most Supportive School Awards"  given out after each tournament by the Elite Federation of Grapplers tournament circuit. This amount of dedication makes the Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy the most successful team on the EFG circuit!

This team also most recently won the USA vs Canada Team Challenge September 17/11 sponsored by the Elite Federation of Grapplers tournament circuit in Michigan.  The USA team was comprised of students from several Michigan schools and Team Canada was comprised of the JJ Machado / Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competition Team and members of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy of Windsor.  We are extremely proud of our students and our team's accomplishments.

"We welcome you to join our Team today !"

Below are some of the JJ Machado / Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competition Team highlights.

June 26 EFG Tournament Results

Michigan Open Results

All students are welcome and encouraged to compete in tournaments. Although it is not a requirement, the lessons learned through competition definitely add to each student's mental and physical skills.

Windsor Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy participated in a tournament held in Detroit Michigan's Cobo Hall for the Great Lakes Grappling Championship. The tournament brought several styles; jiu jitsu- Brazilian and Japanese, wrestling and judo to the front. The Windsor Brazilian Jiu Jitsu team members received awards for the Largest Youth Team and Most Supportive Team.


The Windsor Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Competition Team returned to Canada and declared 23 medals in all with 9 Gold, 9 silver and 5 bronze.


The following are a list of the Windsor Brazilian Jiu Jitsu participants and there placement at the tournament:


Name Belt (BJJ) Age Division Medal for Medal for

Division Gi division No Gi division

Trevor Cofell White 6 - 9 40.0 – 49.9 Bronze Gold

James Morales White 6 – 9 50.0 – 59.9 Gold

Kyrin Slogan White 9 - 10 60.0 – 69.9 Bronze Bronze

Alex Dufour White 9 - 10 60.0 - 69.9 Gold Gold

Nick Dufour White 10 - 12 70.0 - 79.9 Silver Silver

Jade Dufour White Girls12 - 16 80.0 – 100 Silver Silver

Darian Primeau White Girls12 - 16 80.0 – 100 Gold Gold

Zack Cofell White 12 - 14 90.0 – 119.9 Bronze

Devan Primeau White 14 - 17 110.0 – 129.9 Silver Silver

Alex Cofell White 14 -17 110.0 – 129.9 Bronze

Nick McGraw Blue 15 - 22 130.0 – 150.0 Gold Gold

Justin Toth White 16 – 19 130.0 – 150.0 Gold Silver

James Marcotte Purple 20 + 129.9 – 139.9 Gold

Adam Karpenkpo White 20 + 160.0 – 169.9 Silver

Trevor Childs Blue 25 + 220 + Silver

Tracey Cofell Blue 35 + 130.0 and up Gold