The BC Open Provincial Championship is an IBJJF style tournament. Open to ages 5 and up, all belt and skill levels.
Kids and Juveniles are Gi and No Gi , double elimination.
Adult and Master 1 and 2 Gi Divisions.
Female adult and masters are guaranteed two matches. Male adult and masters are single elimination.
Weigh-ins are held the same day of the event and you can weigh in no earlier than 3 hours before your scheduled match time. Weigh ins for gi are done with the full gi and belt on. Kids are allowed a 2 pound allowance. Adults and Masters must make weight or will be disqualified.
If you are competing in gi and no gi you need to register for the same weight class for both. You only weigh in one time and that is for your gi event.
What you need to know about the BC Provincials!
1 - Check your brackets - there have been people moving and cancelling so double check your brackets.
2 - Weigh ins - kids will weigh in as soon as they arrive. Doors will open at 7:45am and kids will weigh in from youngest to oldest. Adults and masters can weigh in No MORE than 3 hours prior to their match time.
4 - Be ready at least 1 hour before your match time - we post live times for matches and we will start matches early if we can. It is your responsibility to check for updates (how-to)
5 - Adults and Masters!!! - Female divisions are guaranteed two matches. Male divisions are single elimination with the exception of three person divisions - the loser of the first match will fight the competitor that has the bye, the winner of that will move to the final.
6- Absolutes - For the white belt absolutes only the gold medalists will be able to enter to compete in the absolutes. Blue belt and higher divisions the gold, silver and bronze medalists can enter the absolutes.
7 - Spectator fees - $10 per person (seniors and youth 12 and under free), parents of youth competitors are free when they check in with their child
8 - Have fun! - at the end of the day we are all here to support and participate in the sport we love: Jiu Jitsu.