Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy members pose with 2nd place team trophy after competing in the Canadian Brazillion Jiu Jitsu Federation (CBJJF) tournament in Vernon

Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy takes 2nd at Vernon tournament

Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy takes 2nd at Vernon tournament

Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy competed in the Canadian Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (CBJJF) tournament in Vernon, B.C. Saturday, Feb. 23. Almost all team members took home a medal, including three double gold. The team also won the 2nd place team trophy. Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy is hosting a tournament in April, and encourage anyone interested in becoming a member to contact Ben at 250-365-5100 or visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kootenai.jiujitsu

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