Adult Weight Classes
Feather: 139.9 and below
Light Heavy: 185.0-204.9
Super Heavy: 225.0 and above
Fly: 124.9 and below
Light Heavy: 160.0 and above
Juvenile (ages 4-17) Weight Classes
Brackets for competitors aged 4-17 are made using the Madison Bracketing System. There are no preset weight classes for children and teens. At the end of weigh ins, the children and teens will be sorted by weight. Brackets will then be made by grouping them into sets of 4 or 8 (depending on turnout). Juveniles will be divided by weight, experience, and age (whenever possible). Using the Madison system means children and teens will no longer cut weight since they won’t know the weight classes in advance.
Adult No Gi Skill Levels
Skill levels are determined by time spent training in any comparable grappling art. Any wrestler with extensive experience (3 or more years in high school, or any collegiate experience) must enter at least intermediate no-gi. Judo, Sambo, and MMA experience count the same as BJJ.
|Adult Divisions (Men and Women)
Beginner: Up to 1 year (white belts only).Intermediate: 1 – 4 years, or blue belt.
Advanced: Over 4 years, or purple belt and above.
Juvenile (ages 4-17) Skill Levels
Beginners: Up to one year of training any grappling art.
Intermediate: Up to three years of training any grappling art.
Advanced: Over three years training any grappling art.
|Men and Women Gi Divisions
White Belt: 4 minutes
Blue Belt: 5 minutes
Purple Belt: 6 minutes
Brown Belt: 7 minutes
Black Belt: 8 minutes
|Juvenile (4-17) Gi Divisions
All belts: 4 minutes
No Gi Match Lengths
|Men and Women No Gi Divisions
Beginner: 4 minutes
Intermediate: 5 minutes
Advanced: 6 minutes
|Juvenile (4-17) No Gi Divisions
All levels: 4 minutes