Open to competitors of all nationalities and all belt levels of adults, masters and juveniles, Grand Slam London draws people from all corners of the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and beyond, and promises to be one of the biggest and most impressive events of the year (as you might remember from last year's Grand Slam London). Many say that it's an event well-worth traveling for.
Normal registration runs until February 10 with a discounted registration fee, and prices go up for late registration, which will remain open until March 6. Find more info and registration links at the UAEJJF Abu Dhabi Grand Slam London page.
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