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Abu Dhabi set for Mother of the Nation Jiu-Jitsu Cup

  • This weekend’s two-day competition welcomes the most talented female practitioners from across the UAE
  • Secretary-general of the UAEJJF: The Mother of the Nation Jiu Jitsu Cup empowers Emirati girls to display their abilities and potentially become part of the national team

The Mother of the Nation Jiu-Jitsu Cup gets underway at the Mubarak bin Mohammed Charter School in Abu Dhabi this weekend, April 5-6, showcasing some of the most talented female fighters from across the UAE.

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Organized by the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation, the tournament will feature competition across a range of age categories, including U-14, U-16, U-18, and Adults, giving the country’s top females from clubs and academies nationwide the chance to shine.

“The Mother of the Nation Jiu Jitsu Cup empowers Emirati girls to display their abilities and potentially become part of the national team, contributing to the UAE’s success in regional and global jiu-jitsu competitions,” Fahad Ali Al-Shamsi, secretary-general of the UAEJJF, said.

Bashayer Al-Matrooshi from the adult team at Al-Wahda aims to win the title this weekend.

“We are up for this moment and further glories,” she said. “I am delighted to compete in this prestigious tournament that reflects the strategic vision of the UAEJJF in empowering women.”

Dana Ali Al-Breiki of Al-Jazira Club, competing in the U-18 category, says her team will participate in the tournament with only one objective: “Our goal is to win the title in every possible category.”

The Mother of the Nation Jiu-Jitsu Cup kicks off on Friday with qualifying and elimination rounds, before concluding the following day with third place contest and final rounds, as well as the awarding of champions.

Last year, Baniyas Club claimed the Adults’ title, followed by Al-Wahda Club in second place and Al-Ain in third. Meanwhile, Al-Wahda Club Jiu-Jitsu Academy dominated the U-18 category, with Baniyas Club and Al-Ain Club securing second and third, respectively. Baniyas Club also emerged triumphant in the U-16 category, while Al-Jazira Club secured the U-14 title.

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