Scott Boudreau of Burnaby won his second consecutive world Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu title last weekend.
Boudreau, an instructor at Budo Mixed Martial Arts in Burnaby, captured the senior 1 lightweight purple belt division title at the world masters championships in Long Beach, California on Oct. 5.
Last year, Boudreau became the first fighter from Western Canada to win a gold medal, when he took the senior 1 lightweight title as a blue belt at the first-ever international masters federation championships. Boudreau defeated Joe Gemma of John Crouch Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in this year’s final.
More than 1,800 competitors took part at this year’s masters, including 21 in Boudreau’s division.
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