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Thread: Grappling comp May 9th Chippenham FREE ENTRY

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilD View Post
    Jack - Your probably looking at about 5 and a half - 6 hours drive I guess, depending on traffic lol



    Now thats actually really tempting, If I'm healed up off the op I'll be there I think
    ohhh maynnnnnn
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    Silly question. Wheres Chippenham ?

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    Between Swindon and Bath. About an hour and a half West of London, on the M4
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    I'm also guaranteeing 2 matches, as I'll match up those who lose in the first round
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    I'm adding another way to win - 25 second hold down
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    I'm adding another way to win - 25 second hold down
    if u dont mind me asking..y add in the hold down?

    i know judo and wrestling use 'hold downs'..

    is it to increase the pace of the fights and potential action?

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    don't mind at all

    wasn't intentionally to increase the pace and i'm not sure if the effect will be the opposite, but its a bit of an experiment

    i thought about it for the kids - there are no subs and the ability levels vary DRASTICALLY. sometimes its horrible to watch one kid getting mauled for 5 minutes, where as the adults would be able to tap and be done. so the hold down is a way for the superior kid to end the match and get the competition rolling forwards

    and i figured, as i'm adding it for the kids, why not for the adults?
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    Under 65kg division is now full. Apologies to anyone who hasn't entered yet who wanted to
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  9. #29

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    4 more days if you want free entry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    don't mind at all

    wasn't intentionally to increase the pace and i'm not sure if the effect will be the opposite, but its a bit of an experiment

    i thought about it for the kids - there are no subs and the ability levels vary DRASTICALLY. sometimes its horrible to watch one kid getting mauled for 5 minutes, where as the adults would be able to tap and be done. so the hold down is a way for the superior kid to end the match and get the competition rolling forwards

    and i figured, as i'm adding it for the kids, why not for the adults?
    thanks..new ideas are always good..

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