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Completed, Jan 17 - 22, 2017
 

The IBJJF 2017 European Jiu-Jitsu Championship was live streamed on FloGrappling, Jan. 17-22. 2017.

  1. Leandro Lo By The Numbers: 2017 European Championships

    Leandro Lo By The Numbers: 2017 European Championships

    Nov 5, 2018

    There is no question: Leandro Lo is one of the very best jiu-jitsu athletes of his generation. 

  2. Reflections: 2017 IBJJF European Championships

    Reflections: 2017 IBJJF European Championships

    Mar 29, 2017

    The European Championships has come and gone but it will surely go down as one of the most exciting events of the year. With a competitor list boasting over 2,800 entrants and some of the most competitive black belt division we've seen in recent memory FloGrappling had to take a minute to reflect on the mega-tournament. Catch the highlights below!

  3. IBJJF 2017 European Championships By The Numbers

    IBJJF 2017 European Championships By The Numbers

    Feb 23, 2017

    We love to look over data from jiu-jitsu tournaments. Analyzing the figures helps us spot important trends in the sport and gives fans, athletes and coaches a better understanding of the game as a whole.

  4. How Scandinavian Jiu-Jitsu Continues To Grow

    How Scandinavian Jiu-Jitsu Continues To Grow

    Feb 14, 2017

    The future of jiu-jitsu is Europe is bright, and the recent IBJJF European Championships in Lisbon, Portugal, highlighted that fact.

  5. Marcio Andre Eyes Three World Titles In Next Three Years

    Marcio Andre Eyes Three World Titles In Next Three Years

    Feb 1, 2017

    At only 22 years old, Marcio Andre is one of the most celebrated up-and-comers in the game. Last month at the prestigious IBJJF Europeans, Andre closed out his category with teammate Luan Carvalho, finishing two of his three matches. 

  6. The Scrambles And Strategy That Saw Isaque Bahiense Beat Davi Ramos

    The Scrambles And Strategy That Saw Isaque Bahiense Beat Davi Ramos

    Jan 30, 2017

    Isaque Bahiense was fighting in his first major international tournament against athletes of the highest level at the 2017 IBJJF European Championships.

  7. The Viking Jiu-Jitsu Raiders Submitting Their Way To Gold And Glory

    The Viking Jiu-Jitsu Raiders Submitting Their Way To Gold And Glory

    Jan 28, 2017

    If you were asked to name the top countries for emerging jiu-jitsu talent, you would do well to include the Scandinavian nations of Norway, Sweden, and Finland in your answer. 

  8. 2017 European Championships Recap: The Tayane Porfirio Era

    2017 European Championships Recap: The Tayane Porfirio Era

    Jan 26, 2017

    After six days of the 2017 IBJJF European Championships, there were many stories to emerge in it's chartreuse aftermath in Lisbon, Portugal, from Cobrinha's emphatic gold medal performance to Leandro Lo's untouchable run through the heavyweight division. And if there was any doubt as to the level of European jiu-jitsu heading into the competition, we can officially lay those questions to bed. Swedes, Norwegians, and Irish all showed up to claim what was theirs in a tournament that is not only one of the largest of the year, with over 3,900 entrants, but also one of the toughest.

  9. On The Eve Of MMA Stardom, Mackenzie Dern Quietly Wins Another BJJ Title

    On The Eve Of MMA Stardom, Mackenzie Dern Quietly Wins Another BJJ Title

    Jan 25, 2017

    2016 was a huge year for Mackenzie Dern, the jiu-jitsu world has known for years what a special talent the World Champion black belt was but last year the ever growing MMA audience was introduced as well. Racking up a quick record of 2-0 and taking home submission of the year accolades her arrival turned a lot of heads within the MMA sphere.

  10. Yep, Joao Miyao Got His Guard Passed For The First Time In 3 Years At Euros

    Yep, Joao Miyao Got His Guard Passed For The First Time In 3 Years At Euros

    Jan 24, 2017

    A piece of news out of the European Championships that passed many people by was the astounding fact that Joao Miyao got his guard passed for the first time in over three years.