Welcome to the WCJJO Executive Team
The Great Britain Jujitsu organisation (GBJ) was formed in 2020 and is growing rapidly as the foremost Sport Ju Jitsu competition focused organisation in Great Britain. The GBJ is recognised by the world’s leading martial arts organisations and governing bodies and is active on both the national and international martial arts stage. The GBJ organises fighters training sessions, coaching courses up national level, refereeing certificates and first aid courses as well as full accident, indemnity and public liability insurance for its members, instructors, and clubs. The GBJ offers all its members the opportunity to represent Great Britain at national and worldwide sport Jujitsu competitions. More information can be found on the website www.GBJ.co.uk.
Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans
(ASJJ) has a history in Australia dating back to 1906. And is the founding member of the Australian Jujitsu Federation (AJF) recognised by the Australian Government. From its inception through to 2019, the ASJJ administered the National Coaching and Officiating programs for all Jujitsu and related martial arts throughout Australia. More information on the history of jujutsu in Australia is available on the website of Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans
The United States Sports Jujitsu Alliance
(USSJA) was officially formed to represent the World Council of Ju-Jitsu Organizations (WCJJO) in the United States and further support the growth and development of Sport Jujitsu. The USSJA operates as a not-for- profit organization, is non-style, and does not provide ranking. Our objective is to provide sport jujitsu enthusiasts with new opportunities to compete in quality local, national and international competition, in addition to experiencing the benefits and values of cultural exchange. The USSJA is also a supporting member of the United States Jujitsu Federation, and other associations supporting sport for all.
Other Member Associations
Delegates are invited to provide details on their association to be included here
Argentina – alternative contact Samuel +54-9223-600-5202. César Negri Style was the first Martial Arts School in Mar del Plata. Born as Asociación Argentina de Luchas Orientals developed to César Negri Style for an easier identification by foreign schools. Member founder of the WCJJO, was awarded with the organization of the 5th World Championships in Argentina, 1992, being the first to be celebrated in a country of Spanish language. Based on philosophic principles, members are selected on the basis of moral conditions and understanding of the physical, mental and spiritual forces involved in the practice of such a discipline as jujitsu.
The Amateur Martial Association
was formed in 1971 and is the largest martial arts association in the UK with over 90,000 members. The AMA is recognised by the world’s leading martial arts organisations and governing bodies and is very active with a very influential presence on both the national and international martial arts stage. The AMA arranges coaching courses up national level, refereeing certificates and first aid courses as well as full accident, indemnity and public liability insurance for its members, instructors and clubs. More information can be found on their website www.amauk.co.uk
USA – The American Sport Jujitsu League
is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2005, to include a specific competition format based on the techniques of jujitsu, but remains inclusive for participation by practitioners of any and all styles of traditional and non-traditional martial arts. We support the teaching, development, and promotion of Jujitsu in a competitive sport format, which is open to other disciplines of martial arts, without bias to race, creed, gender or religion. we also provide opportunities for ASJL members to earn a position on a national team to represent the United States in National and International Competition.
South Africa – South African Ju Jitsu Sport Confederation – Competitors having competed at past WCJJO championships in Winston Salem North Carolina 1990, Mar del Plata, Argentina 1992 and in Auckland New Zealand 1995. Now with around 750 students we are keen to restore the relationship with the WCJJO and develop the art and contribute to the growth of the organisation throughout Africa and the rest of the world.
Delegates are invited to provide details on their association for inclusion above – Form available within the members library …
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