Surrey Jitsu at National Competitions
Previous National competitions
Scroll through the gallery below for photos of previous competitions
2009 Randori Nationals
Theme party, not at the competition
Surrey Jitsu success!
You don't win if you don't try
Double national medal winner
Chris C 2010
The line up
Hundreds of enthusiastic people come to the nationals in November and February
Everyone can learn something new at the nationals
Everyone gets a go
With regular training you can expect to achieve your first belt, your yellow belt, within 3 months
The nationals are a chance to learn something new, train with different grades and new people, make new friends and show what you can do
The dans are impressive to watch...
... and can throw at speeds exceeding 30mph
Nev and Gilbert
Having a good time
Dans with cosh
The November nationals train and test skills in dealing with strikes and attacks with weapons
Everyone starts as a beginner, even those black belts!
Greens chucking each other about
Every single member is welcome at the nationals, especially beginners!
Everyone gather in
Sometimes we are taught in small groups, sometimes everybody is having a go at the same technique
Everyone's having a go
It's a great atmosphere and fantastic to meet the friends you made at the last nationals!
Little Miss Jitsu
Happy sunshiney jitsuka
We train you to deal with unarmed and armed aggressors
Increased balance, coordination, awareness and confidence are just some of the things you can expect from jitsu
You can expect to learn many throws for various situations and how to fall safely
Varied teaching includes groundwork
If groundwork is more your thing, you'll love the February nationals!
Mind that sword!
Often faced with swords only to discover you left yours at home? Come along to jitsu for solutions to this common everyday problem!
Walking the gauntlet
Hugs, but not as you know them!
Feeling ready for anything
Jitsu has a focus on self defence