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NSW State Champions

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Congratulations to everyone who represented Gracie Barra Sydney,

and the wider Gracie Barra team, this past weekend at the NSW State Championships!

How To Overcome Mistakes With The Lessons
Of Jiu-Jitsu With Prof. Marcio Feitosa

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Prof. Marcio Feitosa is a 5th degree black belt under master Carlos Gracie Jr. – who starting training when he was 12 years old.


Prof. Marcio Feitosa was one of the most successful Gracie Barra competitors capturing a World BJJ Championship

before turning his efforts to being a head instructor at Gracie Barra and working to grow the Gracie Barra team

both in Brazil and the earliest schools in the USA.

Learn More About Coach Sean Fong!

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Learn more about Coach Sean Fong!


Click the button below to check out this amazing video about him, his outlook on life, and how Jiu-Jitsu has inspired him!

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GB Special Private Training with
GB Oceania Ambassadors, Prof. David Wills
& Coach Mohamed Abdi

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GB Oceania Ambassadors, Prof. David Willis and Coach Mohamed Abdi, will be at

Gracie Barra Sydney on Saturday the 31st of August to show their lapel guard attacks and passes!


Save your spot now!

Student Question:
“What is the difference between
Jiu-Jitsu with the gi and no-gi?”

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A Gracie Barra student asks “I’ve been training in the gi and have been thinking about doing some no-gi training. What is the biggest difference between gi and no-gi training?”

Master Carlos Gracie Jr., when asked about the difference between self defense jiu-jitsu and the more sport oriented training replied that he felt there was only one jiu-jitsu. That is to say the core techniques, positions and principles of jiu-jitsu are mostly the same despite a different rule set for competition or a street self defense situation. A back mount position is dominant with or without the gi. The fundamental jiu-jitsu technique – the rear naked choke is as effective in a self defense situation as it is training no-gi at the Gracie Barra school.

Now that we have made that point, what ARE the main differences between gi and no-gi?

The Most
Important Escape

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If I asked you what is the most important escape in jiu-jitsu, what would you say?


If we asked a room full of students at the Gracie Barra school this question,

for certain at least one hand would be raised in the air “I get stuck underneath side control and can’t get out. How do I escape?”

Check Out The Highlights From
The Barra Fit Oceania Games 2019

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Check out the highlights below!

Is Sport Jiu Jitsu
Good For Self Defense?

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This is a debate that is increasing in the jiu jitsu world as jiu jitsu becomes more popular and the availability of sport jiu jitsu competitions increases and more schools move towards teaching sport jiu jitsu in their classes.

The fundamental question at the heart of the debate is “Does training sport jiu jitsu prepare someone adequately for a street self defense situation?”

Celebrate Father's Day With Us!

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Our Spring Kids Camp Is Here!

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Don't miss out on enrolling your kids in our Spring school holiday programs!

Learn essential life skills and the best self defense program while having a ton of fun!