SELF DEFENCE/SPORT SAMBO/COMBAT SAMBO

Burnley COMBATSOMBO CLUB

COMBATSOMBO

IS A GRAPPLE SELF DEFENCE SYSTEM

We are members of the

British CombatSombo Association

The BCSA is a member of the British Sombo Federation

The BSF is the UK Governing Body for Sombo/Sambo

Your grades will be Governing Body recognised.

We also offer Instructor Awards which will also be Governing Body recognised.

Coach Allan Clarkin Level 5 Coach BSF

BCSA CombatSombo National Coach/BSF Instructor Examiner.

 

SELF DEFENCE. SPORT SAMBO.COMBAT SAMBO

WELCOMES YOU

BEN WHITEHEAD with FEDOR EMELIANENKO

IN BELARUS AT THE

WORLD COMBAT SAMBO CHAMPIONSHIPS

NOVEMBER 2012

BEN is now ranked 9th in the World

 

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British Sombo Federation
British Championships 2012
5 May 2012  Dumfries Scotland
The British Championships were an open event, which means countries that are members of the World Governing Body FIAS can compete.
This event was very well supported with competitors from England, Scotland, Wales, Russia, USA, Switzerland and Bulgaria.
The Burnley CombatSombo club had 13 members competing in Sport Sombo and (Full Contact CombatSombo 18 years + men only).


The following club members won the following medals.

Junior Boys Sport Sombo
Ryan Marsden, Gold
Jack McLoughlin, Silver
Ewan Hartley, Bronze
Hudson Dand, Bronze

Junior Girls Sport Sombo
Seneca Lupton, Gold
Francesca Wallace, Silver

Ladies Light Weight Sport Sombo
Emma Reid, Gold
Diane Hawkins, Silver

Mens Light Weight Full Contact CombatSombo
Gintaras Jonuskis, Silver
Ryan Lockwood, Bronze

Mens Middle Weight Full Contact CombatSombo
Ryan Taylor, Silver

This is a great achievement at this level, well done to all the members.
We are now in training for the first ever Commonwealth Sombo Championships to be held in September.

Classes at St Peter Centre Burnley.
Anyone interested in taking up Sombo should contact

Allan Clarkin on 07931635447

British CombatSombo Association

Present

BCSA Heart of England Open Sombo Championships

February 26th 2012

 

Biddenham International School

Bedford

 

This event was organised by Russell Dodds for the British CombatSombo Association, with the British Sombo Federation dropping the English Championships on that day the BCSA decided to go ahead with an event that would attract new players to the sport. They done this by not being so strict on the rules with regard to equipment a BSF event. The governing body has to run events that abide by the rules of the International Body FIAS. The BCSA allowed Judo Jackets to be worn and it bare feet were allowed the actual scoring rules remained the same.

 

The event attracted about 120 people and proved very popular attracting not just Sombo players but Judoka, Wrestlers, MMA and Brazilian JJ fighters and it was interesting to see how they all matched. There were some excellent fights especially with the seniors.

 

Bradley Belsey Warriors is new to Sombo but is rated in the top 4 in GB for Judo so Sombo came relatively easy to him and he vanquished his opposition relatively easily in the u68 kilo class but his comments after the event were quite interesting he said he could do a lot more with Sombo. Something I have to say is being said a great deal by Judoka

 

 

The 74-kilo final was between Ashley Costa Warriors a very experienced Sombo and Judo player against Vinney Dragonan ex member of the Lithuanian National squad who now fights out of Bedford. This was a shock defeat for Ashley not only because he was defeated but also the fact he lost 12 pts. to Nil , this has not happened to the Sittingbourne Player for years in fact since he was a teenager. Vinney certainly looked like a world-class player

 

Several competitors did attend even after booking in, this is really annoying as in the 82 kilo class only one turned up and that was Jamie Marzetti from Warriors Grappling Academy Sittingbourne and he had to move up to the u 90 kilo class and he still won a Bronze his fight with eventual Gold medallist Arunas Miscekas

 A class Judo player was a real battle on several occasions he had Jamie in an arm lock position but Jamie all though only 18 was made of sterner stuff and did not give in and went the whole distance and only lost on points. This did effect him in future bouts with arm battered and bruised it was very weak, sometimes it pays to submit but Warrior players are taught to fight to the bitter end. His bout with current British Champion Danny Roberts was a hard one with Danny winning 4pts to 2pts good result for Jamie as well.  Danny met in Arunas the final and lost in a couple of minutes to a leg lock submission

 

The u 100 kilo class had Danny Carrott Warriors Sittingbourne fighting Barry Gibson Newcastle Redstar Sombo, this was going to be a good match Barry represent GB at last years World Sombo although unplaced gave a good performance. Danny has represented GB on several occasions but had lost some form last year after becoming a new father but has trained since Christmas. Danny form has come back he managed to block all of Barry’s attacks, playing the edge. He stole a 2pt throw of Barry but Barry still looked strong the real break through for Danny was when he scored 4pts with a scissor throw, followed by 2 pts. from a drop knee shoulder throw, so a good win for Danny. Coach John Clarke has suggested Danny stay at 100 kilo build up his strength, as the weight suits him especially Barry is a well rated player

 

The O100 kilo class was won by Burnley’s Big Man Ben Whitehead, Ben a speedy agile man for his weight did not have problem winning his weight. It was great to see a big man do some leg shoots successfully and correctly

 

There were not a great women’s entry but those who did fight put up a fine effort, I am told by some female Judoka that they do not like the idea of wearing shorts, this is a shame because GB women’s Judo is of a very high standard and Sombo is a far more exciting grappling experience. It was nice see Emily Gittens competing again.

 

I have tried for years to get Judo kids to try Sombo but the Judo Instructors seem to deter them for what reason I do not understand. All the BCSA Sombo events do not allow arm locks and leg lock under 14, so the similarities to Judo are quite a lot. The only real difference in Kit is they have to wear shorts. The rules of Sombo are much more easier to understand and most importantly you cannot lose out right on a hold on the ground. Junior Sombo rules allow much more scope for a youngster to try different types of moves.

 

3 youngsters did catch my eye they were Lewis Clarke a forth generation of Clarkes doing Judo and a 3rd doing Sombo, he is quite tall for a 45 kilo player but has a wide range of techniques and won his event easily. Young judo club member Liam Jordon is 12 but very small just weighing 30 kilo but travel all over the country entering Judo events he won his event in style, mum Sarah is also a Black Belt and was enthusiastic competitor when she was a girl. Ryan Marsden is also a really unusual fighter he is trained by Allan Clarkin who has a gym in Burnley but mainly does no Jacket styles, yet Ryan has adapted well to Sombo.  At 12 he has had trained for the BSF English Championships which would have allowed him to use Arm and Leg locks and a couple of times you could see him moving in for them. He will be an exciting boy to watch for the future.

 

The BCSA Clubs have more tournaments in the future but they will be local events. Russell Dodds has a Judo/Sombo event at the same venue planned for July also he hopes to run a small event in Peterborough and in November he will run a CombatSombo Wrestling event this styles allows strangles. Colin Carrott has a n event planned for Folkestone, Warriors have an event planned in Sittingbourne. In April Allan Clarkin is running GB first Combat Sambo and SportCombatSombo instructors course. It is hoped to run more small local events as we realise times are hard and the cost of fuel is ridiculous high.

 

The following will be asked if they wish to compete in the European Championships 17—21 May in Moscow

U62k Bradley Belsey

U68k Casey Belsey

U74k Ashley Costa

U82k Jamie Marzetti

U90k Danny Roberts

U100k Danny Carrott

O100K Ben Whitehead WILL BE IN RUSSIA IN MAY FOR TEAM GB IN FULL INTERNATIONAL RULES FOR COMBAT SAMBO

 

The Combat Sambo team will be picked by National Coach Allan Clarkin

 

name

weight

position

club

Natasha Acott

under 11yrs

GOLD

Bedford grappling academy

Riona Hartley

u33

SILVER

Black Knights

Chloe Carrott

 

BRONZE

Spitfire judo/sombo club

,

   

Cayenne Eaton

over 11 yrs

GOLD

Bedford grappling academy

Antonia Illingworth

u51

SILVER

Bedford grappling academy

Shannon Lilly

 

BRONZE

Woodside

,

   

Elora Parocki

u67

GOLD

Black dog judo

Seneca Lupton

 

SILVER

Black Knights

Aimee Lilly

 

BRONZE

Woodside

,

   

Seneca Lupton

women

GOLD

Black Knights

Emma Reid

u60

SILVER

Black Knights

Dianne Hawkins

 

BRONZE

Black Knights

,

   

Emily Gittens

u68

GOLD

Bedford judo

Julie Halsted

 

SILVER

Bedford judo

Leanne jones

 

BRONZE

Peterborough

,

   

Liam Jordan

boys

GOLD

Young Judo Club

Ewan Hartley

u35

SILVER

Black Knights

Hudson Dand

  

Black Knights

,

   

Travis Kemp

u40

GOLD

Spitfire judo/Sombo club

Anton Parocki

 

SILVER

Black dog judo

Jack Saunders

 

BRONZE

Bedford grappling academy

,

   

Lewis Clarke

u50

GOLD

Warriors grappling academy

Zac Howes

 

SILVER

Spitfire judo/sombo club

Luke Saunders

 

BRONZE

Bedford grappling academy

,

   

Ryan Marsden

over11 yrs

GOLD

Black Knights

Richard Lilly

u40

SILVER

Bedford grappling academy

,

   

Ryan Harrison

u70

GOLD

Black Knights

Michael Kizlowski

 

SILVER

Bedford judo

,

   

Casey Belsey

men

GOLD

Warriors grappling academy

Gintaras Jonukis

u68

SILVER

Black Knights

Romero Kirby

 

BRONZE

Black Knights

.

   

Vinney Dragon

u74

GOLD

Bedford grappling academy

Ashley Costa

 

SILVER

Warriors grappling academy

Michael Kizlowski

 

BRONZE

Bedford judo

.

   

Arunas Miscekas

u90

GOLD

Bedford judo

Danny Roberts

 

SILVER

FORMA

Jamie Marzetti

 

BRONZE

Warriors grappling academy

,

   

Danny Carrott

u100

GOLD

Warriors grappling academy

Barry Gibson

 

SILVER

Redstar

Leigh till

 

BRONZE

Brighton

,

   

Ben Whitehead

o100

GOLD

Black Knights

Jason Master

 

SILVER

Bedford judo

Tom Jackson

 

BRONZE

Bedford grappling academy

,

   

Jason Master

veterans

GOLD

Bedford judo

Leigh Till

o100

SILVER

Brighton

    
    

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WORLD COMBAT GAMES

Sombo is one of the major events in this Combat Games the equivalent to the Olympic Games and the British Sombo Federation will be sending a team. Our selection will start as of now we will be seeing the progress of our athletes over the coming 3 years what competitions they enter, what seminars they attend etc. Those who will represent GB will be chosen by a selection committee not by a one of trials So if you are interested in competing in this prestigious event let us know now. NO JOHNY COME LATELY FOR BRITISH SOMBO


St. Petersburg to host the 2013 SportAccord World Combat Games 08/04/2011 London, 8 April 2011 – St. Petersburg has been announced as the host city of the 2013 SportAccord World Combat Games. SportAccord President Hein Verbruggen and Mikhail Ossievski, First Deputy Governor of St. Petersburg, exchanged the Host City contract during today’s SportAccord General Assembly.

2013 will see the second edition of the SportAccord World Combat Games. Savate and Fencing will be new on the programme. ‘We are happy that two more sports
want to join the World Combat Games’, says Hein Verbruggen, President of SportAccord. ‘This shows that our concept is appreciated by our members and that they want to take this additional opportunity to promote their sports.’ Mikhail Ossievski adds: “Martial arts have always been popular, among the numerous sports practiced in St. Petersburg. More than 35 000 children and youngsters go to sports schools and sports clubs where they do wrestling, boxing, fencing, karate, wushu, taekwondo and other kinds of martial arts. There are hundreds of sports clubs in the city and we think that the World Combat Games will further propagate healthy lifestyle among the population and promote the philosophy of good will inherent in the sports.

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