The Team Wise Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Competition Team had another successful outing at the largest local BJJ tournament in the Pacific Northwest, The Revolution 39.  With only 15 members of the BJJ team competing in the Youth division they managed to take second place overall in both Gi and Nogi.

Team Wise would like to acknowledge and thank the organizers, referees, and volunteers who create the opportunity for our Jiu-Jitsu athletes to compete at a world class tournament so close to home.

Here are the results:

Adult Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Team Gi/Nogi:

  • Amanda Bates – Silver/Silver
  • Darius
  • Dylan – Bronze Gi

Kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Team Gi/Nogi:

  • Artur – Bronze Nogi
  • Bayan – Gold/Silver
  • Fahad – Bronze/Silver
  • Igor – Gold/Gold
  • Gordon – Gold/Gold
  • Gracie – Gold/Silver
  • Luke – Silver/Gold
  • Maria – Gold/Gold
  • Mia – Silver/Bronze
  • Rayhane – Silver/Gold
  • Riley – Gold/Gold
  • Robert – Bronze/Gold
  • Tyler – Silver/Silver
  • Uriah – Bronze/Gold
  • Zeek – Bronze/Bronze


Gi – 6 Gold, 5 Silver, 5 Bronze

Nogi – 8 Gold 5 Silver 2 Bronze

Above all else, Team Wise wants each Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition team member to reach their highest ability of success. For instance, a player might run into an opponent that is considered bigger, more skillful, or experienced. Many teams shy away from this, but we encourage it to ultimately achieve the best results on the mat and in life. If you are interested in knowing more about Team Wise Training Center, joining our adult and kids BJJ competition team, or simply want to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu contact us today.