Jack Jamil Daouly is a renowned Judo athlete in Brazil. He won the Brazilian Championship many times, he was part of the Brazilian Professional Team. It is considered as one of the strongest Teams of the world. Judo in Brazil is the sport that conquered the most medals in the Olympics than any other Brazilian sport. The Brazilian athletes and coaches are the most respected in the world along with the Japanese and Russian.
Jack started taking Judo lessons when he was 5 years old and had the best coaches of Brazil, from the beginning until he became a professional Judo athlete in Brazil. He was hired by Minas Tenis Clube in Belo Horizonte – MG, one of the best Judo Teams of Brazil.
Jack Jamil Daouly has been a Black Belt Athlete since he was 16 years old and Second Degree since 2006. He has always won the belts by competitive merit, never by belt exams.
He was a volunteer Judo coach for 4 years at an Organization called JOCUM (Youth with a Mission) located at a poor community in Pedreira Prado Lopes in Belo Horizonte. There he taught Judo for kids from 4 to 12 years old from 2012 to 2016. He believes it is a great sport for children, as considered by UNESCO, since it helps their development and focus.
In August 2017 he moved with his family to Boynton Beach, Florida, to become a Judo and Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu coach at Elite Martial Arts and helped coaching athletes as a volunteer at National Training Judo Center with German Velasquez. Three of those American athletes were ranked to the Olympic games of 2021 in Tokyo. They are: Angelica Delgado, Alex Tuner and Adonis Dias. In 2019 he became a Judo coach for kids at Olympus International Academy in Boca Raton.
In 2018 and 2019 he competed as a United States Athlete and won the gold medal in the Florida US Open Judo Championship in Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Open Judo Championship in Miami.
Jack is also a black belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athlete at Gracie Barra.
He is still competing and loves teaching Judo.
– 2003 Brazilian Champion under 23 years old.
– 2003 Champion of Brazilian University Championship.
– 2004 Champion of Senior Brazilian Championship.
– 2004 Alternative Competitor of Leandro Guileiro in the Olympic Games of Athens. Leandro won medal in the Olympics.
– 2004 Champion of South American Championship.
– 2005 Third Place Champion of the Italian Judo Circuit.
– 2006 Champion of Senior Brazilian Trophy Championship.
– 2010 Champion of Judo Team Granprix Championship.
– 2016 Champion of Master World Championship in Fort Lauderdale Category M2 (35 to 39 years old).
– 2018 – Champion of Florida US Open Judo Championship for the United States of America.
– 2018 – Champion of the Florida Open Judo Championship in Miami for the United States of America.
– 2019 – Champion of Florida US Open Judo Championship for the United States of America.
– 2019 – Champion of the Florida Open Judo Championship in Miami for the United States of America.
Ps: All the Titles can be proven through Brazilian Judo Confederation (CBJ) at www.cbj.com.br and USA Judo at www.usajudo.com.
Jack Jamil Daouly
Contact for classes: firstname.lastname@example.org – (561) 430-7004.