2011 New England Grappling and Jiu Jitsu Championships

Start: 
September 17, 2011, 10:00 am
End: 
September 17, 2011, 7:00 PM
Venue: 
Reggie Lewis Center
Address: 
1350 Tremont Street
City/State/Zip: 
Boston, Massachusetts 02120

COMPETITORS: Registrations and Tickets will be available at the door,
Friday (5-8 PM) and Saturday (open at 7am) - see schedule below for cut-off times

Grapplers Quest returns to Boston after 2010's super successful UFC Fan Expo. This will be the biggest grappling, bjj, wrestling and judo event in New England's history!

COMPETITOR Registration gets you:
- $1 Donation to Autism Families
- Tournament Training & Rules Seminar with #1 Referee in the World, Alberto Marchetti ($60 value)
- Free Grapplers Quest Wristlock
- Free Entry into Judo Throwdown Challenge ($50 value - Pre-Reg ONLY)
- Free Entry into Wrestling Takedown Challenge ($50 value - Pre-Reg ONLY)
= $200 VALUE, FREEBIES AND SAVINGS

Competitor Pricing - cash only accepted (no ATM on site)
1 Division = $100
2 Divisions = $140
3 Divisions = $160
4 Divisions = $180

Don't delay, SPECIAL deal ends, September 12th, 2011, go to:
http://www.grapplersquest.com/products/fighter-registration-2011-new-eng...

SPECTATORS: Tickets will be available at the door
$20 (18+),
$10 (17 and under)
Free Under 6 Years old

SCHEDULE & WEIGH-INS

Scheduled Start Times:
10:30 AM: All Children and Teens Divisions
12:30 PM: No-Gi Executives, No-Gi Masters and All Women (No-Gi and BJJ)
1:30 PM: All Men's No-Gi Advanced and Men's No-Gi Intermediate
2:30 PM: Finals of Men's and Women Advanced - Center Ring, Filmed for TV
3:00 PM: All Men's No-Gi Beginner and Men's No-Gi Novice
4:00-7:00 PM: All Men's BJJ and Executive BJJ (30+)
6:00-7:00 PM: Wrestling Takedown Challenge and Judo Ippon Tournament
Note: You MUST be weighed in at least 90 MINUTES before the times listed above, no exceptions


WEIGH-INS (and at-the-door Registrations at venue)
Friday, September 16th (at venue)
5:00-8:00 PM

Saturday, September 17th (at venue)
Open at 8:00 AM

IMPORTANT NOTICES:
- Note: You MUST be weighed in at least 90 MINUTES before the times listed above, no exceptions
- Competitors Weigh-in WITHOUT the kimono for both BJJ and No-Gi Grappling Divisions


$14,250 in Cash and Prizes:

Honorary Samurai Championship Awards for All Advanced divisions:
All Men's, Womens, Teens, Childrens and Executive and Masters No-Gi Advanced Weight Classes receive these $250 swords, they are amazing!

Championship Belts for the following divisions:
Women's No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
Executive No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
Masters No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
Men’s No-Gi Novice Absolute Champion
Men’s No-Gi Beginner Absolute Champion
Men’s No-Gi Intermediate Absolute Champion
Men’s No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
Executive No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
Masters No-Gi Advanced Absolute Champion
* 3" Custom Medallions for 1st-3rd Place for All other Divisions

- $3,000 Prize Package Value for No-Gi Men's Advanced Absolute: $1,000 cash Absolute plus Compete Free for Life
- $2,750 Prize Package Value for No-Gi Women's No-Gi Advanced Absolute: $250 cash plus plus Compete Free for Life
- $2,750 Prize Package Value for No-Gi Men's Intermediate Absolute: $250 cash plus Compete Free for Life
- $2,650 Prize Package Value for No-Gi Men's Beginner Absolute: $150 cash plus Compete Free for Life
- $2,600 Prize Package Value for No-Gi Men's Novice Absolute: $100 cash plus Compete Free for Life


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The Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center (RLTAC) is an indoor track and indoor basketball stadium in Roxbury, Massachusetts, partially funded by the state of Massachusetts. It is home to numerous MIAA indoor track and field conferences, along with the MIAA State Chamionships and the New England High School Championships. Nike Indoor Nationals have been run there since 2008, and the Boston Indoor Games