2014 NAGA EUROPE GRAPPLING CHAMPIONSHIP
On Saturday, 15 November 2014, NAGA, the world’s largest grappling tournament circuit, returns to Levallois, France for the 2014 NAGA Europe Grappling Championship. Last year’s event was a big success. Due to the tremendous support, we are expanding to more competition rings for this event. This tournament is open to all grappling styles and all competitors. You do not need to be on a team or be a member of any organization to compete in this event. NAGA welcomes both individuals and teams to participate. This event is internationally RANKED!
CHAMPIONSHIP BELTS AWARDED TO ALL EXPERT DIVISION WINNERS
NAGA will be awarding our new style, laser cut CHAMPIONSHIP BELTS to all its Children, Teen, Adult, Masters, Directors and Executive Expert Division Winners (Limit 1 per competitor per event). This award is unrivaled in quality and appearance.
REGISTERING FOR THE EVENT
NAGA offers competitors two ways to register for this event, pre-registering online or registering at the event. Those wanting to pre-register online with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted) can click the Pre-Registration link above (or the red REGISTRATION tab located at the top of this page). Pre-registration closes on 05 November 2014. Those registering at the event must pay with cash. Visit the Schedule section of this flyer for registration times. Registration forms will be available at the event.
WEIGH-IN ON FRIDAY OR SATURDAY
NAGA is offering all competitors the option of registering and weighing-in the night before the tournament at the event venue from 18:00 to 20:00. If you cannot make it on Friday, registration opens on Saturday at 8:00. All Children/Teens need to be registered and weighed in by 10:00 on Saturday. All adult competitors can register/weigh-in on Saturday up until their division begins. You do not need to weigh-in with your gi on.
NAGA EXPANDS IN EUROPE
In 2014, NAGA held events in Germany, England, and France. In 2015, NAGA will be returning to all of these locations, returning to past locations, like Monaco, and adding new locations such as; Switzerland, Poland, and Scandinavia. NAGA appreciates your support and looks forward to giving you the best grappling experience both on and off the mats.
NAGA ON THE WEB
NAGA has established a presence online through our website and social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. We are expanding the material that is offered on these sites outside of the NAGA website. If you use any of these sites, please join us and be kept up to date with the latest NAGA news.
- Get the monthly NAGA email by filling out this form. If you have already competed in NAGA you do not need to fill this out: http://www.nagafighter.com/index.php?module=joinpage
- "Like" NAGA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nagafighter. You will be notified of the latest NAGA news and events.
- Follow NAGA on Twitter: http://twitter.com/naga_fighter or @NAGA_FIGHTER. We will start to tweet what divisions are coming up at tournaments to help you as a competitor or fan stay informed.
- Our YouTube page is: http://www.youtube.com/user/nagagrappling Submit links to YouTube videos of you competing in NAGA to email@example.com so that we can share your video with the rest of the NAGA community.
NATIONALLY RANKED EVENT
All NAGA events are part of the nationwide ranking system entitled RANKED. Our goal is to determine who the best grapplers in the country are for various age, gender, and skill levels. This tournament will be nationally ranked so do not miss your opportunity to gain points towards a true national title. More details can be found at www.nationallyranked.com.
NAGA works diligently to prevent "sandbagging", or the practice of fighting down skill levels to ensure one takes home an award. NAGA has been working with RANKED to track all fighters and ranked grappling events to produce true "national standings." A by-product of these standings is our knowledge of who has competed and at which level. Front door personnel will use RANKED data to determine whether or not individuals who have fought in past events belong in a higher skill level (i.e. placed 1st at a prior NAGA event).