1st Open Tournament for STAFF FIGHTERS in Marinha Grande, Portugal
Marinha Grande is presenting it’s 1st Staff Fighting open Tournament, for all athletes regardless of the sport or martial art they practice.
This year, Stafffighters Martial Arts together with the Núcleo de Jogo do Pau da Marinha Grande, invested in the creation of the first open tournament of Jogo do Pau / Stafffighters held in Marinha Grande, Portugal.
Date: June 11, 2023 (starts at 9am)
Location: Sporting Clube Marinhense
R. de Leiria 111, 2430-091 Marinha Grande
19€ – participation in the Competition (includes sports insurance)
25€ – participation in the Competition (includes sports insurance) + a book “O Jogo do Pau Português” + 1 month of classes in one of the Stafffighters centers
Rules: Download here
(weight, gender and age groups may change for this event, all registered participants will be notified in advanced)
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Ricardo MouraPresident of the Jogo do Pau Association of Cascais
Ricardo Moura is the Founder, President and Main Teacher at the Jogo do Pau Cascais Association / Staff Fighters.
Martial Art: Jogo do Pau Português
Cinta Preta (Black Belt) in Jogo do Pau Português, 5º degree in Combat Baton and Self Defense.
Started is practice as athlete in Judo where he developed is skills for 14 years, at the Lisbon’s Club C.A.C.O. Achieving the teacher status as Monitor Level 1 while supporting Master Luis Corrula in teaching younger classes.
Devoted the last +10 year learning and teaching the Portuguese martial art, a path that started in Ginásio Clube Português, under de direction of Master Nuno Russo, and developed into a supporting teacher role to the main Master in charge of the initiated and intermediate classes.
Started the Cascais Club in 2013 as main teacher, in witch would become the Jogo do Pau Cascais Association in 2017 (at the time using the name Esgrima Lusitana Cascais).
Since 2013, this club has entered virtual all Jogo do Pau Open Competitions, getting medals and titles in every one, and taking a leading part in developing the competition/ sport aspects of this martial art, by organizing some of the major national competitions.
In 2019 was a Founding member of Stafffighters Martial Arts Group and Gathering.
Today, manages the Cascais Association that as grown into 3 different training locations.