about AGIG

By Jess Fraser

Round Patch Gi

Australian Girls in Gi aims to continue to increase the number of Australian females participating in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at both club and competition levels. In the 3 years since AGIG’s inception we have had great success in achieving this goal.
AGIG directly & positively effects female student retention at clubs throughout Australia. We do this through the development, maintenance and sharing of a supportive wide access ‘all inclusive’ community.

This increase in female student retention was highlighted at the recent 2012 Pan Pacific Championships where AGIG played a key role in the increase female entries. This increase was a whopping 300% (up on average from 30 around entries to an amazing 100+).
Almost all females in attendance were active Australian Girls In Gi members.

Australian Girls In Gi not only creates world class female only events such as camps, competitions, workshops and seminars but continues to generate interest and support daily through updates and information sharing on social networking sites. Here the women are all able to share their views & contribute to this highly successful community.
AGIG women not only have access to training support they also have a strong social group which makes them feel they truly belong.

Australian Girls In  Gi ~ Bringing women together from all over the country for events, competitions, information sharing, support & training since 2010; this group is politically neutral and not for political gain.

Australian Girls in Gi is a unique sporting community passionately brought together through the continued efforts of Melbourne based Jess Fraser.

 

If you have an event, product, idea or insight that you feel would be of interest to our girls, please feel free to contact. We happily advertise and circulate relevant information free of charge via this site and our facebook group directly to the women of Australian grappling.