VOV.VN - Vietnamese jujitsu fighters brought home one silver and two bronze medals at the Thailand Open Grand Prix 2023 which concluded on May 21.
Hoang Thi Nhat Que won a silver medal after losing out to Thai rival Akkajan Kamolwan in the women’s 63kg fighting category.
Que earlier also bagged a bronze medal in the women’s 63kg ne-waza category.
Her teammate, Dang Thuy Van, grabbed a bronze medal in the women’s 57kg fighting category, while the championship title went to Menman Kanlayanapim of hosts Thailand.
Despite her great effort, Nguyen Thi Minh Vuong, another Vietnamese fighter, finished seventh in the final.
Thailand Open Grand Prix 2023 was the first global tournament that local jujitsu fighters have competed in after the recent 32nd Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 32) in Cambodia.
It is part of the Grand Prix competition system of the World Jujitsu Federation and is held at different locations across the world.
The tournament helps competitors to prepare for the upcoming Jiu-Jitsu World Championship in Mongolia and the Hangzhou Asian Games (ASIAD) in China.