ADGS Moscow: AJP enhances safety measures to guarantee the health of all athletes and officials
The Abu Dhabi Jiu Jitsu Pro (AJP) is enhancing the safety measures for athletes and officials during the upcoming Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Moscow, scheduled March 14, at the Crocus Complex.
All of those attending the event will be required to present a negative test for Covid19 (Swab Test) done up to 72 hours before the day of the event.
There will be a testing facility at the venue. Athletes and coaches are responsible for any costs related to testing.
Athletes will not be allowed to participate in the weigh-in without a negative Covid19 test (Swab Test).
Fighters will receive 2 wrist bands at check in. One for themselves and one for their coach (only registered coaches).
Athletes and coaches can only enter the weigh-in and venue wearing masks.
Compliance to all measures put in place by the AJP is mandatory to all athletes and coaches.
Any lack of compliance will cause immediate disqualification from the event.
The final deadline for the ADGS Moscow is March 9.
The event is open to purple, brown and black belts in the adult and masters divisions.
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AJP Tour 2020/2021 season features events in Brazil, Ukraine, Australia and Russia in the coming weeks
The 2020/2021 season of the AJP tour is heating up again. The coming weeks will feature several events in several cities all over the world. The AJP is working diligently with its local organizers to offer athletes and fans events that are both highly competitive and safe for all.
The calendar shows events scheduled for Brazil, Ukraine, Australia, Russia and the UAE, among others. Here are the highlights.
AJP Tour Kyiv International Pro – Ukraine – March 6, 2021
AJP Tour Abu Dhabi International – UAE – March 12-13, 2021
AJP Tour Moscow International Pro – Russia – March 13, 2021
AJP Tour Gramado International Pro – Brazil – March 13-14, 2021
AJP Tour Saint Petersburg International Pro – Russia – March 20, 2021
Find more info on all events at ajptour.com.
AJP Health and Safety Guide for 2020/2021 season events
The AJP is working tirelessly to guarantee the safest environment possible for athletes, officials, referees and all of those involved in its events when the 2020/2021 season starts. That's why the AJP has put together a comprehensive guide that sets rules and regulations for each event to happen in the safest way possible.
According to the AJP Events Safety Procedure Guidelines, all of those involved in the events will be asked to wear personal protective equipment like masks and gloves and also practice social distancing before and after matches.
Click here to access the complete guide.