Vacations with the first family of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Roger is the only 10 times Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion making him the best competitor of all times. Son of Mauricio Gomes (one of Rolls Gracie’s few and top black belt) and Reila Gracie, Roger lives in London, England where he teaches for the past 12 years. One of Roger's biggest accomplishment is winning the ADCC world championship in 2005 where he submitted all of his 8 opponents winning his weight division and open class. His MMA record is 7-2-0
Rolles is the oldest son of Rolls Gracie (considered to be the best fighter of the family and an innovator of the sport). Rolles is a multiple time Pan Am champion and world medalist (Gi and No-Gi), national champion in Brazil. His fighting experience extends from international competitions not only in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu but also submission wrestling, judo, freestyle wrestling and MMA. He teaches at his cousin Renzo's schools in NYC and Middletown NJ.
Igor Gracie is a 3rd degree Black Belt and son of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu legend Rolls Gracie. He began his training at the young age of 5 with his uncle Rilion. Igor actively continues to test his skills on the mat as well as in the cage. He is a 2x World's Bronze Medalist, Pan Am Silver Medalist, 2x Brazilian Nationals Champion, US National and Black Belt Pan American No Gi champion. He is also a Bellator and StrikeForce Veteran. Igor’s philosophy on teaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is simple because of his emphasis on the lifestyle and leading by example.
Gregor Gracie Is the youngest brother of Rolles and Igor. Like many of the other Gracie family members Gregor started training in the early years of his live, having Rilion, Carlinhos and Renzo as his mentors. He became a well decorated competitor winning every major competition including 2 times the world championship. Now being one of the main professors at Renzo Gracie NYC academy Gregor divides his time between teaching and competing.
Kayron Gracie the grandson of Gracie jiu jitsu founder Carlos Gracie Senior. He is also the son of Carlos Gracie Junior( IBJJF president and Gracie Barra founder) and an important BJJ competitor of his own merit, having won prestigious tournaments such as the Pan American championship and the world championship. A member of the Gracie Barra academy. Kayron is a continuation of the Gracie Family’s dominance in the sport of jiu jitsu.