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    2010 Freestyle Sambo Championships - Austin, Texas

    SAVE THE DATE! The 2010 North American Freestyle Sambo Championships will be held in Austin, Texas on November 6th. Registration, hotel, and other info coming soon.

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    Sir,

    How are the rules for these different from NAGA? I'd like to bring my team down to get some exp. at the tournament.

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    That's great, Steve! I can't believe how much SAMBO is finally here in Texas. I'll see you in a few weeks for the seminar and hopefully I'll be competing in the fall. Is there going to be another Hadjiev order?
    AoD, here are the Freestyle SAMBO rules from the ASA website.

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    Naszir,
    Yes there is a huge boom in Texas! Thanks for posting the rules for me :)

    AoF,
    The rules are very different in that you have comparatively short time on the ground and don't score for passes, positions, etc. Once you read the rules, feel free to ask questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambosteve View Post
    Naszir,
    Yes there is a huge boom in Texas! Thanks for posting the rules for me :)

    AoF,
    The rules are very different in that you have comparatively short time on the ground and don't score for passes, positions, etc. Once you read the rules, feel free to ask questions.

    Those aren't bad. The leg lock restrictions are weak, but expected.

    How much are the jackets and special belts/decoder rings usually?

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    Those aren't bad. The leg lock restrictions are weak, but expected.

    How much are the jackets and special belts/decoder rings usually?
    Leg lock restrictions? Never heard that about our event before. The only thing you can't do in B division is heel hook. A division, heel hooks are allowed (A div is for coaches and persons who won the B division tournament in the past).

    We are looking into ordering a mass # of Hadjiev jackets to have on hand. Reversable will be $100, single color $80. I also know other sources for cheaper pakistani jackets.

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    One week to go!

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    Steve, thank you, Grant and the rest of the ASA. This was the best run tournament I have ever been to. THanks for bringing Freestyle SAMBO to Central Texas.

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    It was great to see you there! The day was great fun!

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    2010 NAFSC Results:

    60kg:
    Gold - Mike Chesbro (NY Combat Sambo, New York)
    Silver - Scotty Spassky (Eclectic Combat Systems, Texas)

    74kg:
    Gold - Chris Bowles (Guy Mezger's Combat Club, Texas)
    Silver - Mark Stites (Faixa Preta MMA, Texas)
    Bronze - Michael Vermaelen Jr (LA Boxing, Louisiana)

    84kg:
    Gold - Evgeny Podlepaev (Sea Town Sambo/Seattle JuJitsu, Washington)
    Silver - Gabe Miller (LA Boxing, Louisiana)
    Bronze - Travis Joyner (Eclectic Combat Systems, Texas)

    96kg:
    Gold - Doug Fournet (LA Boxing, Louisiana)
    Silver - Justin McCready (Vandry BJJ, Texas)

    +96kg:
    Gold - Danny Wenger (Eclectic Combat Systems, Texas)
    Silver - Carlos Cummings (Cummings Combat Sambo, Florida)
    Bronze - Sean Yalowicki (Sea Town Sambo/Seattle JuJitsu, Washington)

    Our ASA/M1 Global Awaard Winners:

    Best Throw: Elliot Wallace (Guy Mezger's Combat Club, Texas)
    Fastest Sub: Chris Bowles (Guy Mezger's Combat Club, Texas)
    Best Match(es): Evgeny Podlepaev (Sea Town Sambo/Seattle JuJitsu, Washington) and Travis Joyner (Eclectic Combat Systems, Texas)
    Last edited by sambosteve; 11/07/2010 7:35pm at .

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