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USJJO Team is travelling to Sweden!

Good Luck to the USJJO Team representing the USA in the JJIF World Championship 2018 in Malmo, Sweden. We’re proud of the athletes, coaches, and officials attending this prestigious event!

If you are interested in watching the event, the event organizers will be streaming this event.




2018 JJIF Ju-Jitsu World Championships – Malmo, Sweden

The USJJO is sending a Ju-Jitsu Team to Sweden to represent the USA in the JJIF World Championships. The event will be held at Baltiska Hallen, Malmö, Sweden between Thursday 22th and Sunday 25th November 2018. This is a unique opportunity for our country men and women to represent the United States at the highest level of competitive Jujitsu/JiuJitsu. Not only will we be sending athletes to compete in Jujitsu (Fighting) and Newaza (JiuJitsu), but, we will also be sending a team of Para JiuJitsu competitors!
We are looking to raise money to help offset some of the travel expenses for our competitors and coaches. Please consider donating to our cause to help our athletes represent the United States at the highest level of competition in our sport.

Please donate through our GoFundMe Site

For more information about the event, please check out the following links:

Facebook – 2018 JuJutsu Championship
Website – 2018 JuJutsu Championship


The World Games 2021 – Birmingham, Alabama, USA


World Games 2021 will take place in Birmingham/Alabama/USA. This decision was announced by José Perurena, President of the International World Games Association, at noon on Thursday, 22 January 2015, at a press conference in the Mövenpick Hotel in Lausanne.

Learn more about The World Games here

The Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) is the Ju-Jitsu Member of The World Games. The United States Ju-Jitsu Organization is the National Governing Body for the USA to the Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF)

Wroclaw, Poland will host of The World Games 2017 The world Games

Competitions at the highest level in a multitude of diverse, popular and spectacular sports make up the mainstay of The World Games. Sports practiced on land, in the air, in and on the water, all concur in the pursuit of “Faster, Higher, Stronger”. At quadrennial intervals, in the years following the Games of the Olympiad, the world’s best athletes in these sports unite in their common search for excellence during The World Games. As the pinnacle in the competition calendar and as a highly visible stage for top athletes to perform on, The World Games generate worldwide exposure for the participating sports and athletes alike.

Above all, The World Games provide the unique setting for thousands of athletes from different sports and countries to join in a celebration of unity and friendship across all boundaries. The World Games are the main event for all these athletes – one marked by sporting exploits as well as by camaraderie.

The World Games are staged over a period of 11 days. They start with the Opening Ceremony and conclude with the Closing Ceremony. Their organization is entrusted by the IWGA to a Local Organizing Committee formed by the host city and entities such as the regional and national governments, the National Olympic Committee and other sporting authorities.

While the International Olympic Committee grants its patronage to all editions of The World Games, and while the IWGA explicitly accepts and adheres to all principles in the Olympic Charter, the multi-sport games differ in one important aspect from the Olympics. The host is never required to build facilities or extend upon available infrastructure for the sake of The World Games alone. Ideally, the event is to be staged at existing venues, in appropriately sized facilities that have been planned or built regardless of the candidate host bidding for the event. This condition influences the composition of The World Games program. Not all sports feature necessarily on every edition. Existing infrastructure and venues in and around the host city are the determining factor in the selection of  sports to the Official Sports Program.

The conduct of competitions as well as ceremonies is subject to the Rules of The World Games, the directives for the organization and the staging of the event. Jointly with the hosts, IWGA puts particular emphasis on publicizing and promoting the sports of its Member Federations to the public at large and to the media.


USJJO Affiliated School: Kenukan Mixed Martial Arts Academy

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Location: Olathe, Kansas
Phone: 913-782-5425

The oldest Martial Arts Academy in Johnson County and has been serving Olathe and Kansas City area “since 1971”. Although they have produced over 270 International, National, and State Champions in sport competition, they specialize in tactics which are practical and effective in Real Life Situations.

Combining the better techniques of Judo, Karate, Ju-Jitsu, & Kickboxing, from several styles of Okinawan, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean systems, they have been able to develop one of the strongest and more versatile academies in the country . . . Kenukan . . . Today, recognized in over 160 countries!



USJJF Life Member Offer To Join The USJJO

USJJO-SmallWe pleased to offer United States Ju-Jitsu Federation (USJJF) Life Members the opportunity to also become a United States Ju-Jitsu Organization (USJJO) life member. During the remainder of 2014, we will accept your Life Membership application for $25. This covers the processing fee, certificate and USJJO patch.
Download the Member Application here and only send in $25.