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Wrestling All American (posted 7/26/2014)
Congratulations to Evan Eldred (in blue) for placing 7th and earning an All American status in the USA Wrestling Freestyle Nationals in Fargo, ND.  Evan wrestled in the Cadet 132lb weight class representing Team Indiana.  He is the first All American wrestler from his high school in Westfield.  Evan has two more years of high school left and we hope to see many more great things from him.  He was one of 5 Cadet and 3 Junior All Americans from Team Indiana.  His Cadet team placed 5th overall in the Nationals.  His weight class started out with 80 of the best wrestlers in the nation, and Evan managed to work his way to the podium.  What a great accomplishment placing 7th in the nation.  

Indy BJJ Students win Hoosier Open hardware (posted 6/22/2014)

Congratulations and great job to all Indy BJJ students who competed in the June 7, 2014 Hoosier Open.  Special acknowledgements go out to the medal winners:

 

1st - Jason Thompson (Master Light Blue)
2nd - Ryan Marques (Master Heavy Purple)
2nd - Rudy Guerrero (Master Middle Blue)
2nd - Travis Hawkins (Master Lt/Heavy Blue)
3rd - Caleb Holtz (Adult SuperFeather White)
3rd - Scott White (Master SuperHeavy White)
3rd - Bill Baugh (Senir Middle White)

Indy BJJ medal winners contributed to a 1st Place Team award for Team Caique. 


Clinton sets his sights on Mundials (posted 3/23/2014)

While growing up Clinton Johnson was always a fan of MMA and aware of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and its origins.  After participating in sports throughout school, he was looking to channel his competitive nature. In 2010 Clinton found Indianapolis Jiu-Jitsu, attended a trial class and joined the academy in August.  Quickly falling in love with BJJ, Clinton decided to enter his first competition in November 2010, and won both of his matches by points.  From then on he got the competition bug.  

In 2011 Clinton kicked into high gear entering 10 tournaments and earning 13 medals. 2012 was a breakthrough year for Clinton starting with 2 Gold medals at a January tournament giving up no points on the day. After much training at the academy and winning the Hoosier Open for the second consecutive year, Clinton earned his Blue Belt from Professor Greg Eldred in July 2012. 

Clinton transitioned well into Blue Belt competition winning his weight division and the absolute in September 2012. During 2013 Clinton continued competing and earned 8 medals in five competitions. For 2014, Clinton has set his sights on the most prestigious BJJ tournament in the world, the Mundials, in May. Having world-class instruction by Professor Greg Eldred multiple times per week is helping him prepare to be Indy BJJ’s first world champion.  Good Luck Clinton!


Academy Closed Labor Day
The academy will be closed Monday, September 1 for Labor Day.
 

JiuJitsu Promotions

Congratulations to the following Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu students who recently received promotions:

LAST UPDATED: Aug 26, 2014


 
Brown Belt Promotion
Ryan Marques
Blue Belt Promotion
Mark Niespodziany - 4th Stripe
Rudy Guerrero - 3rd Stripe
Travis Hawkins - 4th Stripe
Joe Alexander - 1st Stripe
White Belt Promotion
Leo Cortes - 3rd Stripe
Monte Denehie - 1st Stripe
Caleb Holtz - 2nd Stripe
Kids Belt Promotion
Jayda Glynn - 2nd Stripe White
Aiden Denehie - 1st stripe white


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