Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (Bjj) is a combat sport which focuses on grappling and primarily on ground fighting. Through the use of proper body movement and posture, athletes seek to create leverage over the opponent. As a result, dominant ground control positions can be achieved and submission holds, such as various arm and leg locks or chokeholds, applied.
I started training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at the age of 17. Over 12 years of training I have accomplished many goals in this sport, among highest are:
European Championship Double Bronze,
7 time Estonian Champion.
Also I won silver medal from Estonian Freestyle Wrestling Championship in 2013 and became university Judo Champion in 2007.
What I'm still missing are medals from the highest tournament - World Championship!
1985 (age 34)