Ju-Jitsu
Ju-Jitsu is a generic term for an almost undefinable system of fighting, primarily unarmed, but in some instance using weapons. JuJitsu Techniques are including of punching, kicking, striking, throwing, holding, locking, choking and tying as well as the use of certain weapons. Ju-Jitsu does not rely on brute strength but upon skill and finesse.

It is the use of minimum effort to achieve maximum effect. Applying this principle enables anyone, regardless of physique or stature, to control and release their energy to its greatest potential.

Jujitsu was incorporated into the Asian Martial Arts Games in 2009.
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MEN
  +100kg
  +90kg
  +94kg
  -56kg
  -60kg
  -62kg
  -69kg
  -70kg
  -77kg
  -80kg
  -85kg
  -90kg
  -94kg
  Contact, -62kg
  Contact, -69kg
  Contact, -77kg
  Contact, -85kg
  Duo
  Duo Classic
  Duo Show
  Ne-Waza Open Weight
  Ne-Waza, +94kg
  Ne-Waza, -56kg
  Ne-Waza, -62kg
  Ne-Waza, -69kg
  Ne-Waza, -77kg
  Ne-Waza, -85kg
  Ne-Waza, -94kg
  Open Weight
WOMEN
  +60kg
  +70kg
  -45kg
  -49kg
  -50kg
  -55kg
  -60kg
  -62kg
  -70kg
  Due
  Duo Classic
  Duo Show
  Ne-Waza Open Weight
  Ne-Waza, +70kg
  Ne-Waza, -45kg
  Ne-Waza, -49kg
  Ne-Waza, -55kg
  Ne-Waza, -62kg
  Ne-Waza, -70kg
  Open Weight
MIXED
  Due
  Duo Classic
  Duo Show
OPEN
  Open Weight
News
15.03.2011
Lahore, Pakistan: The President of the Asian Jujitsu and Belt Wrestling Federation, Khalil Ahmed Khan, has written to Japanese Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda to express his grief over the loss of life and the devastation ...

12.02.2011
The Pakistan Ju-Jitsu Federation (PJJF) has received the long-awaited formal recognition of the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA). The General Council of the POA, at its annual meeting on Saturday, February 12, under the chairmanship ...

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