• Venue: City Square Mall

     

    Welcome to GrappleAsia Summer Slam, the first White & Blue belt tournament sanctioned by the Sport Jiu Jitsu International Federation. Together with Grapple Asia, the goal is to elevate and set the standard for competition in Asia.

     

    Here's something we thought you should know - Our next event announcements are designed to get all of us prepared for 2019.

     

    We have two Jiu Jitsu events, two ADCC events, and a Kid’s circuit planned. Our event in March 2018 featured about 500 registrants, and in 2019 we are expecting a whole new level of competition.

     

    Take advantage of this time, to wrap up the year with your team rank on high, and get tournament seeded for 2019.

    Divisions available for this event in August include Male, Female, Juvenile & Advanced Kids

     

    Late Entry Starts:

    08/03/2018 2:01 PM

     

    Registration Closes

    08/12/2018 1:59 PM

     

    Last chance to edit

    08/12/2018 1:59 PM

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  • Dumau by Grapple Asia

    Venue: Aperia Mall

    Registration Deadline: 1 March 2018

     

    The Sport Jiu-Jitsu International Federation (SJJIF) is our organizing partner for our Dumau events. Since its inception in 2013, the mission of the SJJIF has been to make Jiu Jitsu an Olympic Sport. By formulating one set of rules, the SJJIF has helped unify existing federations by creating high quality and reliable competitions internationally. It aims to expand its goal of unifying existing federations and transition the sport to Olympic standards that embody the Olympic spirit.

  • ADCC Open by Grapple Asia

    Venue: Aperia Mall

    Registration Deadline: 1 March 2018

     

    Singapore's inaugural ADCC event hosted by Grapple Asia. The ADCC was first established in 1998 to allow practitioners of various martial arts to compete against each other under a "neutral" rule set without the brutality of strikes to prove to themselves and others that their style was the most effective “grappling” style available.

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