Zicro Academy in The NewsTallahassee Amputee Finds Comfort In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
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Gracie Mag/ April 2014
By Ivan Trindade, Published by Gracie magazine Association, September 13, 2011
In this quick interview, Zicro, who started Jiu-Jitsu at 17 years old at the legendary Master Academy, in Rio de Janeiro, under Master Romero "Jacar√©" Cavalcanti, talks about his views on Jiu-Jitsu and what and how the gentle art can turn everyday people into more confident and successful persons...Read the Article on GMA's Website
By Ivan Trindade, Published by Gracie magazine Association, Wednesday July 21, 2010
The cost is US$ 100 for pre-registration and US$ 120 on the day of the event...Read the Article on GMA's Website
By Mary Leslie, Published in the Tallahassee Democrat, Monday, March 14, 2008
They'd just finished a seven-minute round of one-on-one sparring in the Brazilian fighting style, all under the watchful eye of instructor Felipe "Zicro" Neto, leader of the Alliance Tallahassee Team and a native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Some laced their fingers behind their heads and stretched, while others walked around to catch their breath before the next round...Read the Article on Tallahassee Democrat's Website
By Jessie Damiani, Published in the FSUView, Thursday, January 10-13 2008 Edition
Acording to the studios website Neto began competing at the age of 17 and is a two-time Rio de Janerio state champion.
One thing that makes this grappling art unique is that fighters use leverage, not power to put their oponent in a position where they must submit before their is damage to their limbs or they pass out from a choke hold...View the PDF Article