CORAL SPRINGS, FL (Jan. 31, 2011) – On Saturday, February 5th, Grapplers Quest hosts the 4th annual Florida State Grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open Championships this Saturday (Feb. 5) at Coral Springs Gymnasium (located at 2501 Coral Springs Drive) in Coral Springs, Florida.
Grappling is the fast-paced ground fighting art of Mixed Martial Arts. It combines the throws of Olympic Judo, the takedowns of Greco Roman and Freestyle Wrestling, Leg Locks from Sambo, and other Submissions from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu like arm bars, shoulder locks and chokes.
Saturday’s grappling tournament in Coral Springs will raise funds for http://AutismRadio.org, a 501c3 charitable organization benefiting Autism Awareness, Family Support, Education, Treatment and Autism Talk Radio Network. One-dollar from each ticket sold and competitor entry will be donated. Tickets are $10.00 in advance at GrapplersQuest.com or $20.00 at the door and will be available on site. Fighter Registration is open to all independent competitors and teams and will be accepted at the door.
Competitors of all ages and skill levels participate in this event, which is open to all grappling styles, in order to determine the best grapplers in the State of Florida in 2011.
For more event information and discounts, visit: http://www.grapplersquest.com/events/2011-florida-state-grappling-and-jiu-jitsu-championships
About Grapplers Quest: Grapplers Quest is the world’s largest submission grappling organization with 300,000+ competitors worldwide since 1999, owned by The Grapplers Company. Events feature various grappling styles with divisions for all ages and skill levels with events in major cities throughout North America and Europe. For more information on upcoming events, go to: GrapplersQuest.com. For event sponsor and exhibiting opportunities, visit: SponsorGrappling.com or call 877-ARMBAR-1.
About Autism: Autism is a complex brain disorder that inhibits a person’s ability to communicate and develop social relationships as well behavioral challenges. Autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed in one in 150 children in the United States. For more information on Autism, visit: AutismRadio.org
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