Rogers JiuJitsu Academy

Unit D18, Heritage Business Park,  Heritage Way, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4BG.


Our Achievements

We welcome everyone to train recreationally but also have lots of opportunities to compete if you would like.

We regularly attend Brazilian JiuJitsu competitions and have students of all ages competing around the country.

Team RJJA do notoriously well at these events.

2022 FINAL REVIEW:

Team RJJA’s first medal of 2022 was a Silver secured by Jack Rogers at All Stars Southern Pro on 16th January.

This was the first of what turned into a huge medal haul at competitions for the team, with the final medal being a Bronze for Stu Tribbeck at the NoGi British Championships on 3rd December.

The final medal tally does not include sub only matches or in club competitions, and ended as:

31 🥇 31 🥈 25 🥉

Alongside these incredible achievements, we had the following students secure wins on a sub only grappling event:

Adam Way x2
Jesse Doyle
Adele Taylor

And these students graded up to new BJJ belt levels during the year:

Grey & White Belt (Youth)
Jackson, Jessica & Max

Grey (Youth)
Bradley

Grey&Black (Youth)
Will

Yellow&White (Youth)
Ruby
Will

Blue:
Jon, Roy, Finn, JJ, Daz, Andy, Jesse, Russ, Dan, Steve, Billie, Ruby 

Purple:
Josh, Kyran, James, Wayne, Dave, Adele

Brown:
Darren & Adam

Plus 4 new youth blue belt kickboxers and 3 purple belts!

FUN FACTS:

We held 2 in club competitions for members to gain experience | We hosted World Champion Ffion Davies for a Gi seminar, Polaris favourite Jed Hue for a NoGi seminar | Aaron’s coach Patrick Martin visited 3 times and delivered cracking Gi seminars | Aaron put on a NoGi seminar and raised over £300 in memory of his dad which was donated to charity | Aaron went up to his coach’s academy in Derby twice & enjoyed a Braulio Estima seminar whilst there | We hosted 8 open mats including 1 women’s only | We hosted 4 sub only grappling events!

BRING ON 2023!

2021 FINAL REVIEW:

Team RJJA’s first medal of 2021 was a Bronze secured by Alan Scott early August when competitions were allowed to resume. A couple of weeks later, he received his blue belt and went on to take Silver at the end of August in Brighton alongside his team mates.

From then until the final comp of 2021 – with Aaron Rogers taking a Silver at The NoGi British Open on 18th December – Rogers JiuJitsu Academy managed this incredible haul of achievements:

16 🥇 15 🥈 14 🥉

Alongside 1 Kickboxing win, 1 Boxing win and 1 Boxing draw.

We also earned the following team rankings:

🥈 Juniors at The JiuJitsu Derby
🥉 Adults/Masters at The JiuJitsu Derby
🥈 Best Academy at The JiuJitsu Derby
🥉 Best Academy at Nova Grappling

Not too shabby seeing as we were only allowed to resume full contact training in July! Very proud of everyone! #TEAMRJJA