Panamanian Jorge Calvino won gold and silver in jiu-jitsu

Calvino took the championship by defeating American Colt Button.

Jorge Isaac Calviño medals in Jiu Jitsu for the United States.

Dedication, effort and discipline in Jiu Jitsu pays off for the Panamanian Jorge Isaac Calvino Mudara, By obtaining a gold and silver medal in North American Wrestling Association (NAG) Championshipa), Made in San Antonio, Texas, United Statess, last weekend in which more than 1,200 athletes participated.

Calvino comes from getting the silver medal in Abu Dhabi Professional Jiu-Jitsu Tour which took place in Mosquera, Colombia.

At that championship in the Coffee Lands, the Panamanian competed in the No Gi Expert (featherweight 149 lbs) classes achieving the silver medal and in Gi style (in uniform), brown belt featherweight 149 lbs, in which he won first place.

A representative of Grappling Fight Team Panama captured the championship by defeating American Colt Duckno. Calvino He said he was very satisfied with this achievement, which shows that his dedication, commitment and support from his family members is paying off.

He also explained that as part of his preparation to improve his technique and skills in this discipline, he will be touring tournaments across various cities in the United States, which will conclude in the coming months.

He thanked his professors, training partners and students from grapple fight team panama, In return for all the support he received during the preparatory camp for this round of tournaments that he will face during this month.

She won the silver after defeating American Diego Rodriguez in the semi-finals.

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But in the Panamanian finalOr Jorge Calvino He fell against American Kendrey Dennis in the final.

Calvino explained that this was a tour he was scheduled to train for a month and a half and that his main goal was to gain more experience and knowledge and represent his country and his GFTEAM academy.

The Panamanian athlete emphasized that he must now focus on his next competition. This is the World Jiu Jitsu Association in Dallas, United States.

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