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With six medals – three gold and three silver – the the Mixed Martial Artists from Extreme MMA Byron Bay had plenty to celebrate after the South Pacific Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships at Nerang PCYC on the weekend.

Winners for Byron were Sebastian Pentreath with double gold, Colette Kerry with gold and Daniel Almeida, Ben Pietzsch and Bruno Silver who each walked away with a silver medal – not to mention that everyone who competed went very well.

Extreme MMA Byron Bay are also hosting an Extreme Grappling Tournament Australia (GTA) –  Gi and no Gi. The GTA will be held  this weekend at the Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex. All schools and all belt levels are welcome.

Weigh-ins will commence from 9am and competition starts at 10am.

For more information visit the Byron MMA website: www.byronbaymma.com.au or phone 6685 7001.

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