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two girls grapple in the in-house tournament at Easton BJJ.

Easton Spring In-House BJJ Tournament 2020

Coronavirus Update:

We are sad to announce that we are canceling the spring tournament.

As always, the safety of our members and staff is our number one priority. We are fiercely protective of our community and as a precautionary measure to limit any risk to you or your loved ones, we will be suspending all large Easton-sponsored events until the summertime and offering full refunds for any event-related fees already collected. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to navigating this tumultuous time together.

Saturday April 4th
Starts 9:00 AM

It’s time for the semi-annual Easton in-house tournament!

This event is a friendly competition for Easton BJJ students from all academies. It’s designed to be a great stepping stone for those who have never competed before, and who are interested in exploring the world of Jiu Jitsu tournaments. Preparing for a tournament is a surefire way to boost your skills, and pushing yourself in the multi-match setting of a competition will test your mettle.

Adults must have two stripes on their white belts to register for this competition. Kids of all levels can participate with the approval of their instructors.

A group of three kids in no-gi jiu jitsu apparel stand in in wrestling stances. They are flanked by two coaches.
Two men wearing rash guards and spats grapple in the in-house Jiu Jitsu competition at Easton Training Center.

Over the last few years, the Easton in-house tournament has grown into the second largest BJJ competition in Colorado! This year to accommodate more participants, we are holding this event offsite for the first time.

The tournament will also be followed by F2W Pro-style superfights featuring some of your Easton favorites.

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