back to top

    Adam Wardziński Makes History with World Championship Win in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

    Adam Wardziński has become the first Pole to win a world title in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, triumphing in the 94 kg category at the championship held in Long Beach, California. This historic victory not only marks a significant milestone for Poland but also establishes Wardziński as a top competitor on the global stage.

    A Trailblazer in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

    Wardziński has long been a standout in the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Over the years, he has earned titles such as European BJJ champion and world champion in the Abu Dhabi and IBJJF no-gi federations. However, the ultimate achievement had eluded him until now. By winning the black belt world championship, Wardziński has reached the pinnacle of his sport, a feat no other Pole has accomplished.

    Dominating Performance in Long Beach

    At the Long Beach tournament, Wardziński showcased his exceptional skills by submitting all four of his opponents in decisive fashion. This dominant performance secured him the gold medal in the 94 kg category and solidified his place in the annals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu history. Notably, he is not only the first Polish champion but also the first European to win this prestigious title.

    Wardziński’s journey in martial arts began with aikido before he transitioned to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, where his talent flourished. His recent victory confirms his status as one of the best in the world. Wardziński’s triumph is a momentous occasion, highlighting his dedication and the growing prominence of Polish athletes in international sports.

    More in section