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"A Woman is a human. She is not better, wiser, stronger, more intelligent, more creative or more responsible than a man.  Likewise, she is never less." Let's hear it for the girls!  We are living in a period of great and exciting change and advancements. Technology is rife, human diplomacy and equality is at the forefront of our minds and discrimination of any kind is questioned and challenged. As with our society, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu holds countless success stories of evolution within it. In this piece and in honour of International Women's Day,

As we approach the end of another year, we take a quick look at some of the 2016 highlights and what’s on for our year ahead. 2016 saw the launch of our lifestyle line with our hoodies and Tees! The Fight Never Ends resinates with many for reasons beyond the mats! It encompasses our brand and we were thrilled to see people enjoying the products incorporating this important message. And our tshirts, some of which were designed to represent our individual athletes continue to be a popular buy! We’ve taken your

For many, the season of giving is about to begin but for Rolling 4 A Reason, our giving journey has been in full swing for over a year now! Established to provide our BJJ community with an outlet to give something back, it has been a heartening journey for us so far! Our year kicked off with a local project in Sydney supporting refugees who had arrived in Australia. The Gi contributions to Mario Sergio Yokoyama from My BJJ and the Community Centre in Lidcombe - NSW allowed the refugees the opportunity

Domestic violence, also called intimate partner violence, happens in many forms including physical, emotional and economic violence, and can affect people of any age or sex. It does not have to be within the home to be classified as domestic violence. It is a form of violence that can occur within any relationship (family, intimate partner or other intimate relationships). Domestic violence is about power and control and there are many ways this control can be expressed. This week we came across a domestic violence story that hit close to home. 

Earlier this year, surfing legend Kelly Slater publicly shared his respect and love for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and the value the sport can bring to a child (and adults) life. “I advise all parents to put their kids in Jiu Jitsu classes before any other sport.” Every child should be given the opportunity to enjoy a developmental environment when their growing; their minds are like sponges, ready to absorb all that surrounds them, what better environment to support their development than one promoting positivity, confidence, discipline, and many other developmental

BRAUS Fight is honored to share Clinton Davies story in this months Blog.  What a man. His achievements speak for themselves, he is a true mentor for both BJJ and life… “The Fight Never Ends.” We challenge you to read his story and not be inspired!  Details on how you can join us in supporting Clintons journey can be found at the end of the blog.  Check it out for your chance to win a brand new BRAUS Fight Gi and support a great man and cause! Enjoy the read and thanks

As 2015 draws to a close, we look back on this great year and take the opportunity to send out a warm Seasons Greetings to all. Our first year in the market has been a successful one; we’ve exceeded all our own expectations of what we thought the Brand could achieve in year one – all of it made possible only because of the continued support and encouragement from our industry peers, partners and of course our athletes. We would like to thank; Garage Jiu Jitsu in Sydney for giving us our

BRAUS FIGHT and ROLLING FOR A REASON proudly support BJJ community initiatives. This week we are excited to share our very first blog brought to us by our friends and partners at GeriJitsu. These guys focus on how BJJ is enjoyed by all age groups, we couldn’t agree with them more: The Fight Never Ends!! 35 year olds and beyond  training Jiu Jitsu is not something new, plenty of athletes train and roll well past their thirties and into the following decades. Often though, these are people that have grown up