Pan Kids is the biggest Jiu-Jitsu tournament in the world for children between 4 and 15 years old. It is organized by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) and takes place annually in the United States.
This year, the competition will take place at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida, on July 21, 22 and 23.
The event is a great opportunity for children all over the world to compete against each other and show off their skills. And in this edition, SEDA Team TMD House will be present at the event.
The team will be represented by Gabriel Giovanini, Nathaly Vitória, Tayla Vitoria, Thiago Márcio and Isabelly Costa. In addition to SEDA’s allowance, athletes are reinventing themselves as they can to participate in Pan Kids.
Sale of couscous, raffles and feijoadas
To be present at the Jiu Jitsu Pan Kids, Gabriel Giovanini spent the last few months selling feijoada. With a lot of struggle, creativity and determination, he will be one of the team’s representatives at the event.
Nathaly Vitória sold brigadeiros to participate in Pan KIds, while Tayla Vitoria sold couscous to participate. That is, the athletes showed all the determination to be present.
Thiago Márcio and Isabelly Costa sold raffle tickets, but they also managed to secure their place in this competition which has a special meaning for all of them. After all, they are chasing a dream.
The importance of believing in what we want
Gabriel, Nathaly, Tayla, Thiago and Isabelly are examples of determination and overcoming obstacles and since they were young, educated by Márcio de Deus, they already know exactly what they want. They are disciplined and are chasing their dreams.
Still children, they show many adults the importance of believing in what we want, and then chasing our dreams to make them come true in our lives.
They are young people who were born in adverse conditions, and who are seeing in sport an opportunity for social ascension. More than that. They are seeing in sports as a chance to be even better people.
After all, there are many lessons that sports bring to people’s lives, such as discipline, determination, patience, persistence and determination.
The fundamental sponsorship to change lives
Even though these young people show the world their willpower, they also need someone to invest in their dreams. SEDA helps these athletes as much as they can to achieve what they want.
But they need more sponsorship. They need more companies that believe in their potential. These companies are not only investing in publicizing their brand at an international event, which is also important.
They are investing in people’s dreams, they are investing in building a better world for everyone. After all, these young people will one day grow up, and they will become examples for thousands of other young people in the country. And SEDA believes in all of them!