Cobra Comp back with a Bang in Bahrain!

March 2

This weekend Cobra Bahrain, hosted their annual BJJ competition. This year it was for Gi as opposed to No Gi, which seemed to be a winning formula as it was the biggest most successful competition to date. Competitors fought in weight categories in a bracket format, whereby Gold, Silver and Bronze medals were determined. Fights lasted 5 minutes with a submission only rule set, if no submission then the fight would have a sudden death one minute limit whereby it’s first to score points, the winner would be decided by the referee.

(Cobra took all medals in the Blue Belt -65kg category, Cobra Bahrain instagram)

It was a successful day and Cobra topped the medal table, the results are below:

1 COBRA

Gold –  4  (Ladies – 60 kg, Blue Belt – 65 kg, Blue Belt +85 kg, White Belt +85 kg)

Silver – 3 ( Blue Belt – 65 kg , Blue Belt – 75 kg , White Belt – 85 kg )

Bronze – 2 (Blue Belt – 65 kg , Blue Belt – 75 kg)

2 ELEMENTS

Gold –  2 (Blue Belt – 65 kg, Blue Belt – 75 kg )

Silver –  2 (Ladies – 60 kg, White Belt + 85 kg)

Bronze – 1 (Blue Belt – 85 kg)

3 BAHRAIN FIGHTERS

Gold – 2 ( White belt – 85 kg, White Belt -65 kg)

Silver – 2 ( Blue Belt – 85 kg, White Belt -65 kg)

4 RMAC (Reza’s Martial Arts Centre)

Gold – 1 ( White Belt – 75 kg)

Silver – 1 ( Purple Belt + 85 kg)

Bronze – 3 (Purple Belt + 85 kg, White Belt + 85 kg, White Belt – 65 kg)

5 MOI

Gold – 1  (Purple Belt + 85 kg)

Silver – 1  (White Belt – 75 kg)

Bronze – 2 (White Belt – 75 kg, White Belt -85 kg)

6 UFC

Silver – 1 (Blue Belt + 85 kg)

7 GRO BAHRAIN

Bronze – 1 (Ladies – 60 kg)

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