I am also happy with my performance. I set goals for myself and accomplished every single one.
I wanted to try a take down... I did, and I succeeded. I didn't fall down like the last time I tried to take someone down. hahaha Yay for that!
And as I have mentioned before my biggest general failing in jiu-jitsu is that I don't go for and let go of submissions too easily. So, I set out to be aggressive with my attacks and finish my submissions. And I did exactly that. It was a nice bonus that I finished my match with an armbar, because for the longest time I was horrible at armbars in general. Progress!
The other lady in my division came all the way from California with her husband just to compete and she was a fantastic sport. I love meeting other grappling moms especially when they are really friendly like she was. Mad props to her.
Allie also competed and not surprisingly won her division as well. Allie is a tiny little blonde monster that will ruin your day... and she proves it over and over in competitions.
The ONLY regret I have is not being able to stay for absolute, but it was out of my control... so it is what it is! Next time for sure!
Gold medals for the McClish girls! Bear traps be trappin!
This was the woman in my division. Wonderful person!
FloridaFighter.com got some pretty cool shots of my armbar: