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The Gracie US Nationals 2013

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Los Angeles, CA

The Gracie US Nationals 2013

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2013 EVENT SCHEDULE

 

GI Tournament

Saturday, January 19th

10am - 12pm - Kids

1pm - 6pm - Adults

 

 

NO-GI Tournament

Sunday January 20th

10am - 12pm - Kids

1pm - 5pm - Adults

 

 

Location

Los Angeles Convention Center

1201 South Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90015

 

REGISTRATION 

PRE-Registration will close on January 4th 2013 @ midnight or before depending on the amount of competitors

We will not be able to register any competitors once that maximum capacity is reached.

 

GI & NO-GI UNIFORM

GI competitors must wear an ALL WHITE GI.  No other colors will be accepted. This is abiding to Grandmaster Helio Gracie's view that only white gi's are to be worn for jiu-jitsu. 

 

NO-GI competitors must wear a rash guard with their belt color on their sleeve OR all black gear. 

 

KIDS (4-12) 

 

KIDS UNIFORM

A standard WHITE jiu jitsu gi uniform is required. Patches on the gi are OK.  It is Ok to wear rash-guards or t-shirts under the gi uniform

 

KIDS SKILL LEVEL

All kids must sign up consistently when signing up for gi and no gi.  For example, if a child is a yellow belt with the gi he must also sign up as a yellow belt in the no gi competition.  You cannot sign up a child for one belt (Yellow) with the gi and anther belt (Orange) on the no gi day.

 

KIDS POINTS/SUBMISSION

There are no points or advantage points calculated for any positions/moves.

For our kids safety, referees are instructed to stop a match before a full submission is in place. In case of a tap or referee stoppage the match will stop, reset to standing position, restart and continue until the 4 minutes are up.

 

KIDS MATCH LENGTH

All matches will be 4 minutes.

 

KIDS MATCH OUTCOME

The children will compete with each other and the best part is, everyone will come out a First Place Winner =)

The Gracie Kids Worlds has been carefully designed to be a multi-cultural learning experience and to allow children the opportunity to exhibit their skills in an atmosphere of cooperation and respect for fellow participants. This event provides competitors the opportunity to build confidence that will last a lifetime.

One of the greatest attributes of this system is that it provides participants with the opportunity to perform under pressure in a safe and positive setting.

 

KIDS ROUND ROBIN

All brackets will run under a round robin system. 

All kids within a bracket will compete against each other. If there is only one child in a bracket, they will be tested in some of their skills.

 

KIDS ILLEGAL SUBMISSIONS

These submission attempts will result in IMMEDIATE disqualification.

(Just because I will not allow these techniques for the safety of our competitor I still highly recommend you learn how to defend them at your school =)

 

-Slam from the guard ( ALSO when athlete is lifted up from the ground the referee will stop the match and 

 

- No Child should have to tap out.  The referee should stop the match before the child’s arm is extended or if he feels that the child might be in danger of tapping.  Remember, our goal is to build each child’s confidence and provide a positive atmosphere for them to perform without the pressure of winning and loosing.

 

- Re-start again from the standing position after a referee separation

 

- No Wrist lock of any kind 

 

- No foot locks or straight ankle locks or leg locks of any kind  

 

- No Knee Locks or Leg Locks of any kind 

 

- No Knee Bars of any kind

 

- No Twisting Leg Locks of any kind (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds)

 

- No Reaping the Knee

 

- No Cervical Lock of any kind 

 

- No Frontal Neck Crank of any kind 

 

- No Neck Locks of any kind 

 

- No Neck Cranks of any kind 

 

- No Calf lock of any kind 

 

- No Bicep Slicer, No Calf Slice and No Compression Locks of any kind

 

- No reaping the knee

 

- No Scissors takedown of any kind

 

No Electric Chair Submissions

 

- No Twister Submissions

 

- No Butt Scooting is allowed in any division.  You must either take the opponent down or pull them into the guard.

 

- Grabbing with 4 fingers inside the sleeve of the jacket top and inside the pants will be allowed and is OK

 

**Guard Jumping will NOT BE ALLOWED IN ANY DIVISION!!  Guard pulling is OK

 

*****The difference between Jumping and Pulling Guard:

 

Jumping Guard (Illegal Technique)- When a competitor jumps into the guard with both feet off of the ground and is expecting their opponent to "catch" them.  Sometimes this is done without the competitor even holding or touching  the other competitor. This technique is not allowed in any division under any circumstances!!! This is an extremely dangerous technique that will not be allowed.

 

Pulling Guard (Legal Technique) - Pulling guard is exactly like it sounds.  You are pulling your opponent down to the ground into your guard with at least one foot on the ground. Pulling guard requires one opponent to make contact with the other.  A grip must be established on either a sleeve, collar, head, gi top or any part of the competitor prior to pulling their opponent down to the ground into their guard.  Sitting to the guard is not permitted. Butt scooting is not permitted.  You must attempt to take your opponent to the ground or pull them to the ground.  This simulates a real fight.  Would you sit to your butt in a real fight?

 

TEENS TOURNAMENT (13-17)

 

TEEN UNIFORM

A standard WHITE jiu jitsu gi uniform is required. Patches on the gi are OK

No groin protection (protective cups metal or plastic) are allowed

 

POINTS

There are no points or advantage points calculated for any positions/moves.

 

MATCH LENGTH

All Matches - 8 minutes

Finals - no time limit

 

MATCH OUTCOME

 

SUBMISSION

An athlete must submit their opponent within the 8 minute time limit to win the match and advance in the bracket.

 

ROLLING OR PULLING A COMPETITOR OFF OF THE MAT

*If an athlete is caught in a submission and PURPOSELY pulls their opponent or rolls off of the mat in an attempt to free themselves from the submission, they will be considered submitted and will lose the match.

 

**If an opponent is countering a submission and they happen to roll off of the mat but are caught in a deep and completely sunk submission (ie a heel hook or an armlock and the competitor being caught rolls to counter the submission and happens to end up off of the mat) the referee will reset the position in the center of the ring with the submission INTACT  to the submitters liking.  The referee will give the person caught in the submission the option to tap out before the match is restarted to give a verbal submission.  If the competitor refuses and opts out start the match will be restarted with the heel hook in place.

 

TIE

In case of a tie neither athlete will advance in the bracket. 

 

*Remember that the essence of Jiu-Jitsu is self defense. If one competitor attacks the whole time they are amazing for doing so. If the opponent defends the entire time and was never submitted, that makes them a great student for surviving and defending themselves well in the name of Jiu-Jitsu. Therefore in the case of a tie both competitors will be out of the event. They will both survive to live another day =) 

 

Teen ILLEGAL SUBMISSIONS

These submission attempts will result in IMMEDIATE disqualification.

(Just because I will not allow these techniques for the safety of our competitors I still highly recommend you learn how to defend them at your school =)

 

Ages 13 - 17 

White , Yellow, Orange and  Green 

 

-Slam from the guard ( ALSO when athlete is lifted up from the ground the referee will stop the match and re-start again form the ground) 

 

*****Slamming is not allowed but if competitor in the guard is picked up above the waist of the standing competitor the competitor in the guard MUST open their guard and the match will continue.  If a competitor is picked up above the standing competitor's waist the referee will assist the standing competitor in safely placing the guard competitor back to the ground. 

Twisting leg locks of any kind (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds )

 

- No Wrist lock of any kind 

 

- No foot locks or straight ankle locks or leg locks of any kind  

 

- No Knee Locks or Leg Locks of any kind 

 

- No Knee Bars of any kind

 

- No Twisting Leg Locks of any kind (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds)

- No Reaping the Knee

 

- No Cervical Lock of any kind 

 

- No Frontal Neck Crank of any kind 

 

- No Neck Locks of any kind 

 

- No Neck Cranks of any kind 

 

- No Calf lock of any kind 

 

- No Bicep Slicer, No Calf Slice and No Compression Locks of any kind

 

- No reaping the knee

 

- No Scissors takedown of any kind

 

No Electric Chair Submissions

 

- No Twister Submissions

 

- No Butt Scooting is allowed in any division.  You must either take the opponent down or pull them into the guard.

 

- Grabbing with 4 fingers inside the sleeve of the jacket top and inside the pants will be allowed and is OK

 

**Guard Jumping will NOT BE ALLOWED IN ANY DIVISION!!  Guard pulling is OK

 

*****The difference between Jumping and Pulling Guard:

 

Jumping Guard (Illegal Technique)- When a competitor jumps into the guard with both feet off of the ground and is expecting their opponent to "catch" them.  Sometimes this is done without the competitor even holding or touching  the other competitor. This technique is not allowed in any division under any circumstances!!! This is an extremely dangerous technique that will not be allowed.

 

Pulling Guard (Legal Technique) - Pulling guard is exactly like it sounds.  You are pulling your opponent down to the ground into your guard with at least one foot on the ground. Pulling guard requires one opponent to make contact with the other.  A grip must be established on either a sleeve, collar, head, gi top or any part of the competitor prior to pulling their opponent down to the ground into their guard.  Sitting to the guard is not permitted. Butt scooting is not permitted.  You must attempt to take your opponent to the ground or pull them to the ground.  This simulates a real fight.  Would you sit to your butt in a real fight?

 

For any multicolored belt , child should be registered under the lower belt division. for example if the child is white and yellow he should compete under the white belt division. 

There is a possibility that some kids might have to be combined with adults depending on their size and weight. 

 

Adult Tournament

 

ADULT UNIFORM

A standard WHITE jiu jitsu gi uniform is required. Patches on the gi are OK

 

No groin protection (protective cups metal or plastic) are allowed

 

POINTS

There are no points or advantage points calculated for any positions/moves.

 

ADULT MATCH LENGTH

All Matches - 15 min

Finals - no time limit

 

ADULT MATCH OUTCOME

 

SUBMISSION

An athlete must submit their opponent within the 15 minute time limit to win the match and advance in the bracket.

 

ROLLING OR PULLING A COMPETITOR OFF OF THE MAT

*If an athlete is caught in a submission and PURPOSELY pulls their opponent or rolls off of the mat in an attempt to free themselves from the submission, they will be considered submitted and will lose the match.

 

**If an opponent is countering a submission and they happen to roll off of the mat but are caught in a deep and completely sunk submission (ie a heel hook or an armlock and the competitor being caught rolls to counter the submission and happens to end up off of the mat) the referee will reset the position in the center of the ring with the submission INTACT to the submitters liking.  The referee will give the person caught in the submission the option to tap out before the match is restarted to give a verbal submission.  If the competitor refuses and opts out start the match will be restarted with the heel hook in place.

 

TIE

In case of a tie neither athlete will advance in the bracket. 

 

*Remember that the essence of Jiu-Jitsu is self defense. If one competitor attacks the entire time they are amazing for doing so. If the opponent defends the entire time and was never submitted, that makes them a great student for surviving and defending themselves well in the name of Jiu-Jitsu. Therefore, in the case of a tie both competitors will be out of the event. They will both survive to fight another day =) 

 

ADULT TOURNAMENT (Ages 18 AND UP)

 

ADULT UNIFORM

A standard WHITE jiu jitsu gi uniform is required. Patches on the gi are OK

 

No groin protection (protective cups metal or plastic) are allowed

 

ROLLING OR PULLING A COMPETITOR OFF OF THE MAT

*If an athlete is caught in a submission and PURPOSELY pulls their opponent or rolls off of the mat in an attempt to free themselves from the submission, they will be considered submitted and will lose the match.

 

**If an opponent is countering a submission and they happen to roll off of the mat but are caught in a deep and completely sunk submission (ie a heel hook or an armlock and the competitor being caught rolls to counter the submission and happens to end up off of the mat) the referee will reset the position in the center of the ring with the submission INTACT to the submitters liking.  The referee will give the person caught in the submission the option to tap out before the match is restarted to give a verbal submission.  If the competitor refuses and opts out start the match will be restarted with the heel hook in place.

 

 White Belts (Ages 13 and Up)

 

ADULT ILLEGAL SUBMISSIONS

These submission attempts will result in IMMEDIATE disqualification.

(Just because I will not allow these techniques for the safety of our competitors I still highly recommend you learn how to defend them at your school =)

 

- No Slamming from the guard ( ALSO when athlete is lifted up from the ground the referee will stop the match and re-start again form the ground) 

 

*****Slamming is not allowed but if competitor in the guard is picked up above the waist of the standing competitor the competitor in the guard MUST open their guard and the match will continue.  If a competitor is picked up above the standing competitor's waist the referee will assist the standing competitor in safely placing the guard competitor back to the ground.

 

- No Wrist lock of any kind 

- No foot locks or straight ankle locks or leg locks of any kind  

 

- No Knee Locks or Leg Locks of any kind 

 

- No Knee Bars of any kind

 

- No Twisting Leg Locks of any kind (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds)

 

- No Reaping the Knee

 

- No Cervical Lock of any kind 

 

- No Frontal Neck Crank of any kind 

 

- No Neck Locks of any kind 

 

- No Neck Cranks of any kind 

 

- No Calf lock of any kind 

 

- No Bicep Slicer, No Calf Slice and No Compression Locks of any kind

 

- No Scissors takedown of any kind

 

- No Electric Chair Submissions

 

- No Twister Submissions

 

- No Butt Scooting is allowed in any division.  You must either take the opponent down or pull them into the guard.

 

- Grabbing with 4 fingers inside the sleeve of the jacket top and inside the pants will be allowed and is OK

 

**Guard Jumping will NOT BE ALLOWED IN ANY DIVISION!!  Guard pulling is OK

 

*****The difference between Jumping and Pulling Guard:

 

Jumping Guard (Illegal Technique)- When a competitor jumps into the guard with both feet off of the ground and is expecting their opponent to "catch" them.  Sometimes this is done without the competitor even holding or touching  the other competitor. This technique is not allowed in any division under any circumstances!!! This is an extremely dangerous technique that will not be allowed.

 

Pulling Guard (Legal Technique) - Pulling guard is exactly like it sounds.  You are pulling your opponent down to the ground into your guard with at least one foot on the ground. Pulling guard requires one opponent to make contact with the other.  A grip must be established on either a sleeve, collar, head, gi top or any part of the competitor prior to pulling their opponent down to the ground into their guard.  Sitting to the guard is not permitted. Butt scooting is not permitted.  You must attempt to take your opponent to the ground or pull them to the ground.  This simulates a real fight.  Would you sit to your butt in a real fight?

 

Blue and Purple Belt (Ages 16 and UP)

 

ADULT Blue and Purple Belt  ILLEGAL SUBMISSIONS

 

These submission attempts will result in IMMEDIATE disqualification.

(Just because I will not allow these techniques for the safety of our competitors I still highly recommend you learn how to defend them at your school =)

 

- No Slamming from the guard ( ALSO when athlete is lifted up from the ground the referee will stop the match and re-start again form the ground) 

 

*****Slamming is not allowed but if competitor in the guard is picked up above the waist of the standing competitor the competitor in the guard MUST open their guard and the match will continue.  If a competitor is picked up above the standing competitor's waist the referee will assist the standing competitor in safely placing the guard competitor back to the ground. 

 

- No Twisting Leg Locks of any kind (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds)

 

- No Reaping the Knee

 

- No Cervical Lock of any kind 

 

- No Frontal Neck Crank of any kind 

 

- No Neck Locks of any kind 

 

- No Neck Cranks of any kind 

 

- No Scissors Takedown of any kind

 

- Knee Locks or Straight Leg Locks are OK 

 

- Knee Bars are OK

 

- Bicep Slicers are OK 

 

- Calf Slicers are OK 

 

- Straight Compression Locks are OK

 

- Electric Chair Submissions are OK

 

- Twister Submissions are OK

 

- Wrist Locks are OK

 

- Grabbing with 4 fingers inside the sleeve of the jacket top and inside the pants will be allowed and is OK

- No Butt Scooting is allowed in any division.  You must either take the opponent down or pull them into the guard.

 

**Guard Jumping will NOT BE ALLOWED IN ANY DIVISION!!  Guard pulling is OK

*****The difference between Jumping and Pulling Guard:

 

Jumping Guard (Illegal Technique)- When a competitor jumps into the guard with both feet off of the ground and is expecting their opponent to "catch" them.  Sometimes this is done without the competitor even holding or touching  the other competitor. This technique is not allowed in any division under any circumstances!!! This is an extremely dangerous technique that will not be allowed.

 

Pulling Guard (Legal Technique) - Pulling guard is exactly like it sounds.  You are pulling your opponent down to the ground into your guard with at least one foot on the ground. Pulling guard requires one opponent to make contact with the other.  A grip must be established on either a sleeve, collar, head, gi top or any part of the competitor prior to pulling their opponent down to the ground into their guard.  Sitting to the guard is not permitted. Butt scooting is not permitted.  You must attempt to take your opponent to the ground or pull them to the ground.  This simulates a real fight.  Would you sit to your butt in a real fight?

 

Brown and Black Belts (Ages 18 - and UP)

 

No restrictions except the usual no hair pulling and eye poking etc...

Slam from the guard* ( ALSO when athlete is lifted up from the ground the referee wil stop the match and re-start again form the ground) 

 

ADULT Brown and Black Belt  ILLEGAL SUBMISSIONS

 

These submission attempts will result in IMMEDIATE disqualification.

(Just because I will not allow these techniques for the safety of our competitors I still highly recommend you learn how to defend them at your school =)

 

*****Slamming is not allowed but if competitor in the guard is picked up above the waist of the standing competitor the competitor in the guard Must open their guard and the match will continue.  If a competitor is picked up above the standing competitor's waist the referee will assist the standing competitor in safely placing the guard competitor back to the ground.

 

- No Cervical Lock of any kind 

 

- No Frontal Neck Cranks of any kind

 

- No Neck Locks of any kind

 

- No Scissors takedown of any kind

 

- No Butt Scooting is allowed in any division.  You must either take the opponent down or pull them into the guard.

 

- **Guard Jumping will NOT BE ALLOWED IN ANY DIVISION!!  Guard pulling is OK (See the difference between the two below)

 

- Wrist locks of any kind are Ok

 

- Any foot lock, straight ankle lock or leg lock is OK  

 

- Knee Locks and Leg Locks are OK 

 

-  Knee Bars Are OK

 

- Twisting Leg Locks are OK (heel hooks, toe holds and Inverted heel hooks and inverted toe holds) are OK

 

- Bicep Slicers are OK

 

- Calf Slicer and Compression Locks are OK

 

- Reaping the knee is OK

 

- Electric Chair Submissions are OK

 

- Twister Submissions are OK

 

- Grabbing with 4 fingers inside the sleeve of the jacket top and inside the pants will be allowed and is OK

 

*****The difference between Jumping and Pulling Guard:

 

Jumping Guard (Illegal Technique)- When a competitor jumps into the guard with both feet off of the ground and is expecting their opponent to "catch" them.  Sometimes this is done without the competitor even holding or touching  the other competitor. This technique is not allowed in any division under any circumstances!!! This is an extremely dangerous technique that will not be allowed.

 

Pulling Guard (Legal Technique) - Pulling guard is exactly like it sounds.  You are pulling your opponent down to the ground into your guard with at least one foot on the ground. Pulling guard requires one opponent to make contact with the other.  A grip must be established on either a sleeve, collar, head, gi top or any part of the competitor prior to pulling their opponent down to the ground into their guard.  Sitting to the guard is not permitted. Butt scooting is not permitted.  You must attempt to take your opponent to the ground or pull them to the ground.  This simulates a real fight.  Would you sit to your butt in a real fight?

New Wild Card Rule
If a bracket has 3 competitors, those competitors that did not advance as a result of a tie in that bracket, will be participate in a wild card lottery.  The competitor that draws the highest number will be placed back in the bracket. As a result, the bracket will become a 4 competitor bracket instead of a 3. The new wild card rule will only be used in the event a bracket starts with more than 4 competitors and is dwindled down to a 3. If a bracket has only 3 competitors, we reserve the option of combining weight classes to ensure each bracket is complete. Our goal is to have between 4 - 8 competitors in a bracket.

 

ADULT / MASTERS WEIGHT DIVISIONS

 

Women

Lightweight 135 lbs and below 

Welterweight 136 lbs-165 lbs 

Heavyweight 166 lbs and above

 

Men

Bantamweight 135 lbs and below 

Featherweight 136 lbs-145 lbs. 

Lightweight 146 lbs-155 lbs.

Welterweight 156 lbs-170 lbs. 

Middleweight 171 lbs-185 lbs. 

Lt Heavyweight 186 lbs-205 lbs. 

Heavyweight 206 lbs. and above

 

ADULT AND MASTERS DIVISION 

WHITE 

BLUE

PURPLE 

BROWN 

BLACK 

  

 WEIGH INS

No gi necessary for weigh in.

No pound alowance !! 


PLEASE ALL KIDS WEIGH IN ON FRIDAY 

 

Athletes may be randomly tested for any performance enhancing drugs.

Weigh-In Locations and times 

10 am to 12pm & 6pm to 9pm 

all locations have same weigh in schedule 


Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Rancho Cucamonga
9637 Arrow Route
Suite C
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

TapouT Los Angeles ( near convention center) 
400 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Gracie Gym OC
6176 Garden Grove Blvd.
Westminster, CA 92683


We should also have a location in bakersfield soon to be announced. 

 

General Info 


The LA Convention Center parking - $12 a day (no in/out).

 

Food will be available from LA Convention Center vendors. We highly 

recommend bringing your own food and plenty of drinks.

 

Competitors will have free access to the LA Fitness Expo. Please check out 

TheFitExpo.com for spectator tickets for 

friends and family and general event info.

 

Everyone must have an ID at the time of weigh-ins.

 

All competitors must have the medical release form filled out.

 

Parents or guardians that are not going with their children to sign their 

waiver must send an competition authorization alongside a copy of id.

 

Competitors may NOT fight in multiple age and weight group.

 

All competitors must wear gear that is both clean and in good condition. 

Nails must be trimmed and clean.

 

Any competitors or coaches that show any kind of unsportsmanship like 

conduct will be disqualified.

 

All disqualified competitors forfeit their match and registration fee.

 

Any competitor that try to intentionally hurt their opponent including but 

not limited to slamming will be disqualified.

 

Registration fees are non-refundable.

If you get hurt or are unable to compete you will have two options 

1) let someone compete in your place and we will switch info 

2) use your registration for next year 

all you need to do is send us an email letting us know what is the deal and we will confirm with you we have received and that you are good to go. 

 

 

The Gracie US Nationals, its staff, and associates are not responsible for 

any accident, injury or death tournament.

 

HOTEL / TRAVEL INFO

 

MILLENIUM BILTMORE HOTEL LOS ANGELES 

506 South Grand Avenue 

Los Angeles, CA 90071, USA

 

To reserve your rooms please call the hotel directly at (213) 612-1575 or book online to www.millenniumhotels.com/Biltmore

 

 

Our Classic Room Rate is $125.00 

Our Club Room Rate is $165.00

 

• Mention code: 1301FITXPO/ Los Angeles Fitness Expo 

• You can get these special lower than normal rates during the convention 

period 

• www.millenniumhotels.com/Biltmore 

• Hotel address 506 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 

• This special room rate will be offered by the hotel until sold out. 

• Pre/post group rate availability policy: *** 3-days pre- and 3-days post- 

(subject to availability) ***

 

20 minutes from LAX. 

From LAX airport, past terminal 7, right lane to Sepulveda Blvd. to 105 

East (Norwalk). Proceed to 110 North (Harbor Fwy). Exit 6th Street, 4 

blocks to Olive Street, turn left. 1 block to 5th Street, turn left. 1 

block to Grand Avenue, turn left and turn left (2nd driveway) into the 

hotel.

 

FOR ALL OUT OF STATE AND COUNTRY TRAVELERS

 

If you would like us to help with your travel arrangements such as flight 

reservations, rides to and from airport, sauna locations and a list of 

things to do in LA for you and your family please email us at 

info@gracietournaments.com

 

SPECTATOR TICKETS

 

Competitors do not have to purchase spectator tickets for themselves. We 

encourage you to buy your spectators tickets in advance so you won’t be in 

line missing the show.

 

We will also have a kids play area this year so bring the whole family ! 

=)

 

http://www.thefitexpo.com/tickets.asp

 

Have any questions? 

info@gracietournaments.com 

or call 909.941.3861

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Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90015

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