Pedro Rocha Jiu Jitsu Instructor

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Pedro Rocha

Pedro Rocha first started training Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 4. At age 14 he devoted himself fully to Wrestling, nurturing his dream of becoming an Olympic athlete. At the age 15 he was summoned to the Brazilian Juvenile Olympic team and started to represent the country in competitions around the world. During this period, Pedro had contact with athletes from different cultures and nationalities and getting the opportunity to train with a high performance team. At the age of 23, with several accumulated titles and goals achieved in wrestling, Pedro once again dedicated himself to an old passion: Jiu-Jitsu. With a brilliant track record in the Olympic sport, Pedro soon gained notoriety in the gentle art as well. Today as a black belt, Pedro continues to accumulate titles and excelling in the competitions, including World Circuits. While Pedro remains a highly competitive athlete in jiu-Jitsu, his main goals now revolve around passing his knowledge onto his students. His recipe for success is simple: passion and dedication.