Stillness is death
Posted On:8/01/2007 3:52pm
NY Combat Sambo Style: combat sambo
ON OCTOBER 7, 2007
THE SAMBO WORLD WILL COME TO AMERICA
July, 2007 / New York, NY, USA… The American Sambo Association brings you the 2007 NORTH AMERICAN FREESTYLE SAMBO CHAMPIONSHIPS! This OPEN amateur tournament will be held at Rahway Recreation Center in Rahway, New Jersey, USA on October 7, 2007. Amateur competitions in B Division American Sambo Association Freestyle Sambo™ Rules will be open to all amateur competitors throughout the world. This will mark the fourth year that this annual event will take place. This event is open to members of any sambo, judo, wrestling, or jujitsu organization. American Sambo Association membership is not required. American Sambo Association members do receive a registration discount.
The Fourth Annual NORTH AMERICAN FREESTYLE SAMBO CHAMPIONSHIPS will feature THE FINALS OF THE ASA 2007 FREESTYLE SAMBO LEAGUE with finalists Team Empire or Rochester, NY going up against Team Renegade of Long Island, NY. The event will also host the presentation of the annual PIONEERS OF AMERICAN SAMBO award. For anyone interested in the martial arts, the 2007 NORTH AMERICAN FREESTYLE SAMBO CHAMPIONSHIPS should not be missed. This is where the ‘stars of tomorrow’ will begin their trek.
Honor the Pioneers of American Sambo
This award is intended to recognize individuals who have made great strides towards supporting Sambo in the United States. Nominees for this year’s award include: James “Chico” Hernandez, Stephen Koepfer, Jack Kogan, Dayn DeRose, Jason Gabrielson, and Scott Anderson, This year’s winner will be voted in by all active ASA members. All nominees have been based upon several criteria including 1) Competition history; 2) Promotion of Sambo in the US; 3) Literature contributions; 4) Popularization of Sambo in the US; 5) Character attributes that represent the best of our sport; 6) Notable achievements in US Sambo; 7) Any other honorable contributions you may feel appropriate. Be sure to come see who wins this year!
Rahway Recreation Center is a newly built sports facility complete with, showers, locker rooms, and a food court. It is conveniently located only 15 minutes from Newark International Airport (by car) and five minutes from the event hotel, the Hampton Inn Linden, which will provide shuttle van service to and from the event and airport. In addition, the Rahway Amtrak station is located at the event center offering only a 30-minute train ride to Manhattan! Its close proximity to the airport and New York City makes this venue a prime location for this type of event.
The host hotel for the 2007 NORTH AMERICAN FREESTYLE SAMBO CHAMPIONSHIPS is the Hampton Inn - Linden, New Jersey location.
For competitor registration forms and general information, call the American Sambo Association at (718) 728-8054; e-mail requests to email@example.com; or visit www.ussambo.com to download all information (coming soon).
Official letters of invitation will be provided to all international and domestic teams by request only. To make inquiries by mail, the address is:
AMERICAN SAMBO ASSOCIATION
PO Box 5773
Long Island City, New York
If your business or school would be interested in sponsoring this landmark event, please contact the American Sambo Association for more details
Posted On:8/03/2007 7:21pm
Gah, dude, do you know that once again the tournament is running at the same time as the East Coast Judo Championships?
Originally Posted by Newb1
B) I could not beat a Judoka with Aikido. I could only beat an Aikidoka with Aikido. I thought that was understook.
Posted On:8/03/2007 11:40pm
Man...I think they are sabotaging me...LOL.
I really should check these things ahead of time. But, to be honest, we get very few judo guys in the event. I will just have to bribe people to come :)
Posted On:8/05/2007 4:21pm
Actually it looks like Oct 6 will be the Adults division for the EC Judo tournament. You guys are having yours on the 7th. I'll make sure to drop by and watch.
Posted On:8/06/2007 12:36am
Awsome! I look forward to meeting you :)
Posted On:8/06/2007 3:43am
What is Sambo? j/k
Posted On:8/07/2007 12:55am
LOL...you ave no idea how many people ask that for real
Posted On:8/07/2007 8:23pm
Out of curiosity are there any dedicated Sambo schools in North Jersey? I know of South Mountain Martial Arts, but the Sambo there is only 2x a week.
Posted On:8/07/2007 9:57pm
Not sure where in Jersey it is though...
Posted On:8/07/2007 10:46pm
sambosteve, will this tournament be single or multiple elimination? Also can you please give me your opinion on this?
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