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FUNCTIONAL CLASSES
 

Functional Deficient:

B1 class – Totally blind: from no perception in both eyes to perceived light with inability to recognize the shape of a hand at any distance or direction.

B2 class – Perception of figures: capable of recognizing the shape of a hand up to visual acuity of 2/60 or visual field of less than five degrees.

B3 class – Image definition: Visual acuity from 2/60 to 6/60 or visual field between 5 and 20 degrees.

In some competitions, athletes from different classes will be able to compete together.

Physical and motor disabled:

C class – Amputated and double amputee near lower limb.

D class – Upper limb amputee.

E class - Amputated and double amputee near the upper limb.

F class – Severe sequelae of poliomyelitis of the upper and lower limbs.

G class – Amputated and double amputee from the knee down.

H class – Amputated and double amputatee from the elbow down

I class – Sequelae of non-severe lower limb and upper limb polio.

J class – Severe poliomyelitis of the lower and upper limbs.

K class – Spinal cord injury

L class – Sequelae of AVC / AVE that have a mobility of at least 2 members and are able to remain posturally erect in the seated position without assistance.

M class – Dwarfism.

N class - Les autres (includes all athletes with some motor deficiency and who do not fit into the other groups).

In some competitions, athletes from different classes will be able to compete together.

Intellectual handicapped:

O class – Down syndrome patients with mild, moderate and high grade. And also any intellectual deficient approved by the functional classification board of the Brazilian Federation of Jiu-Jitsu Paradesportivo (acting in the world scenario ahead of Parajiu-jitsu).

In some competitions, athletes from different classes will be able to compete together.