Pan American Open Championships. ATHLETE REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY!
London, Feb 19, 2019: Athlete registration opens today for the 2019 IMMAF- WMMAA Pan American Championships of Amateur MMA (Pan American Open Championships).
Hosted by national federation, Empire Mixed Martial Arts Bahamas, the tournament schedules to take place from 15 to 18 May 2019 in Nassau, at the Kendal G. L Isaacs National Gymnasium at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Amateur MMA competitors from all IMMAF-WMMAA affiliated nations welcomes to participate across 14 weight categories, from Atomweight to Lightweight for women, and Strawweight to Super Heavyweight for men.
There is a limit of 8 participants for each weight category.
Gold, silver and 2 bronze medals will be available to win in each division, and competitors will earn ranking points for the IMMAF World Amateur MMA Rankings.
Pan American Open Championships. IMMAF President, Kerrith Brown, said:
“We are looking to a Pan American Championships in the Caribbean to boost engagement and sport development across the region, by offering a local platform in this talent rich continent.
Athletes from the United States, Canada and both Central and South America have a record of exceptional achievement under the IMMAF- WMMAA banner, and our Coaches and Talent Development Scheme has enjoyed a successful launch in Pan American countries.
“With the support of its national sport authorities, the Bahamas has the infrastructure to deliver a great event, as well as providing a central and beautiful location for those travelling across the continent.
We equally encourage athletes from further afield to make the journey, as successes in all IMMAF – WMMAA tournaments will earn an athlete ranking points in the World Amateur MMA Rankings.”
Pan American Open Championships. To apply athletes must contact their National MMA Federation.
See Amateur eligibility criteria here: http://www.immaf.org/competitor-eligibility/
See IMMAF Amateur MMA Rules here: http://www.immaf.org/about/competition-rules/
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