• Magister Mexico
    Javier Manuel Ley Torres Magister Mexico
  • Magister Guatemala
    Wenceslao Medina Quesada Magister Guatemala
  • Magister Nicaragua
    Francisco Narváez Magister Nicaragua

Special Combat Academy
Magister Central America

Javier Manuel Ley Torres, "Magister" Mexico, 51st "Mexicas" - Chiapas
  • Traditional black belt 4th dan Jiu Jitsu, Mexican Federation of Jiu Jitsu.
  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu "Gf Team" purple belt under the supervision of Professor Marcos Engracio.
  • Brown Judo Belt, Chiapanecos Judoka Alliance.
  • Olympic wrestling instructor.
  • Sambo instructor.
  • Former national selection of Jiu Jitsu.
  • Coach of the Mexican team of Jiu Jitsu Fighting.
  • President of the Chiapaneca Association of Jiu Jitsu.
  • Police Instructor (Municipal and State) and private security guards.

Wenceslao Medina Quesada, "Magister" Guatemala, 32nd "Maya" - Ciudad de Guatemala
  • 1979, Professor of Physical Education in Havana, Cuba.
  • 1991, Graduated from Physical Culture and Sport in Havana, Cuba.
  • 2001, 5th Dan Judo, Cuba.
  • 2011, 6th Dan Judo, Cuba.
  • Head of Chair and Coach for the Sancti Spiritus Province Selection, Cuba.
  • 2003, Technical Director of the Training Field for talented Judo athletes in the Alto Rendimiento en Altura Center, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
  • Adjunct Professor Faculty of Physical Culture, Cuba.
  • 2008-2009, Coach at the National Youth Center.
  • 2009-2011, Head of the Coaches of the National Selection of Judo, Guatemala.
  • 2008-2011, Sports Director of the National Judo Federation, Guatemala.
  • 2012, Professor at the Galileo University for the Combat Sports sector.
  • 2013, Director of the Sports Activities Department of CDAG.
  • 2013, Advisor to the Departmental Technical Directorate of the Autonomous Sports Confederation of Guatemala.
  • 2018, 1st Dan of the Japanese Jiu Jitsu MMA Top Team International.
  • 2019, 1st Dan of Karate DO Style JYOSHINMON SHORINRYU, founder and president of the Province of Sancti Spiritus in 1979.
  • 2013-present, Technical Delegate of Japanese Jiu Jitsu from Guatemala to the International Federation of Jiu Jitsu.
  • 2017-present, Technical Director and Founder of the YAMARASHI Martial Arts Gym, Guatemala City.
  • 2005, Participates in the development on the National Judo Sports Reserve in Guatemala.
  • Attend the 1st Scientific Conference of the National Youth Center.
  • 2008, Achieves 1st place in national sporting event, Guatemala.
  • 1982-1985, He is part of the coaching group of the Cuban men's national judo national team, as technical assistant to the Cerro Pelado National High Performance Center in view of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games in the United States, under the guidance of Félix de la Cruz and Orestes Cardoso develop the technical and methodological level and assist as a coach in the Caribbean championship reaching 1st place.
  • He prepares the MININT team of the province of Habana for the national event, reaching the 1st national place as best coach.
  • He achieves deserving results and also stands out for the contribution of athletes to the youth and senior national team of the Cuban women's team, as well as being selected to participate in events throughout Europe by winning many medals.
  • 1987-1989, He held the role of Director of Judo at the Provincial Center and responsible for the selection of talents for the different teams and coach of the women's team, being among the first places in the National Games categories that promote more than 12 athletes in the Cuban team of national judo of Cuba.
  • 1990-1994, He holds the position of Head of Combat Sports Group in the High Performance Center (Schools of School Sports Initiation) Sancti Spiritus Cuba, dealing with the entire training process and monitoring the preparation of athletes for various competitive sporting events in the Province.
  • 2001 to 2005, He is part of the group of coaches of the national judo team that participated in the Central American Games, reaching the first place. Then in the department of Izabal, where I was designated for the CENASPA National High Performance Center.
  • He contributes to the preparation of athletes for the 2005 Central American Games, achieving several medals.
  • Trainer of Pan American Judo in Brazil in 2002, where Guatemala obtained 1 gold medal and 3rd place in the women's branch and 3rd place overall for country.
  • 2002 to 2005, Attends the games of the Central American Sports Council of School Sports CODICADER on several occasions reaching 1st place.
  • 2003, Received a plaque as best international coach from the National Center for High Performance Athletic Improvement, Izabal, Guatemala.
  • 2005, Received a plaque of recognitionby the Guatemalan Judo Federation, for his contribution as athletes to the national team and his valuable work for the Federation.
  • 2006-2007, Methodologist and Head Coach of the Province of Saints Spiritus, Cuba, worked with teams for national events, reaching 1st place in the women's branch, receiving postgraduate sports training, taught classes at the university faculty of physical culture graduation in specialization and master level sports and conduct research on the national sports reserve of the territory for the sport of judo, establishing the tables to evaluate sports talents in school age.
  • 2008, Returns to Guatemala again working in the National Center for High Youth Performance, with both sexes, achieving more than 115 medals including several internationally. Numerous athletes participated in the CODICADER Games, contributing to 1st place, as well as achieving medals in the Pan-American circuit based in El Salvador. This team was selected as BEST RESULTS and SPORT OF THE YEAR.
  • 2008, For the results obtained, he was selected as BEST COACH OF THE YEAR at the NATIONAL YOUTH CENTER.
  • 2009, achieved important results, managing to maintain the supremacy of the Central American area in the CADET category of both sexes. In the same year he participates in the Hungarian Youth World Cup; qualifies a Melva Marina Tobar athlete for the Youth Olympic Games.
  • Participate in the Central American and Caribbean School Games held in Puebla, Mexico, obtaining 1 gold medal in men's Katas, 3 individual silver medals, 3 bronzes with 14 classified athletes.
  • 2010, at the National Youth Center for High Performance with the enrollment of 25 athletes of both sexes aged 14 to 18, for the sixth time he obtains the title of Central American champion at the Sports Games for students of the school held in Nicaragua.
  • He achieves a bronze medal in the Pan American Adult Championship, in Katas Masculino, San Salvador, El Salvador and participates in the Youth Youth Olympic Games, Singapore.
  • 2011, selected head coach of the Guatemalan national team, directs the team of coaches, two of them foreigners and 50 athletes of both sexes Preparing them for different events.
  • He participates as a coach in numerous senior international events, qualifications for the Pan American Games; Pan-American Cup 2011 Ecuador, Central-North Zone Regional Championship, held in El Salvador, Pan-American Championship Adults Guadalajara Mexico, classifying 5 athletes for the Pan American Games 4 women 1 man.
  • Take part in the calendar events of the International Judo Federation, Grand Slam Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, International Training Camp, Rio de Janeiro. World Cup Sao Paulo Brazil, obtaining the 5th place in the women's branch of 78 kg. International training camp in Castell Defells, Barcelona, ​​Spain. World Cup, El Salvador valid for the London 2012 Olympics.
  • 2012, Professor of teaching subjects at the Galileo University: Methodology and planning of sports training Sports medicine Final research work in the bio-health area Advisor of the Sports Association of Mixed Martial Arts of Guatemala.
  • 2013, Counselor of the Autonomous Confederation of Sports of Guatemala of the Department of Guatemala and coach in the Department of National Games.
  • 2013, He participates with the athlete Wendy Ordoñez at the World Combat Games in St. Petersburg Russia in the discipline of Japanese Jiu Jitsu in the form of Ne Waza and Fighting.
  • Social project 2014 with the office of the municipal mayor of zone 3 Guatemala City as a Japanese Jiu Jitsu Trainer with children from marginal areas.
  • 2014-2019, advisor to the National Power Federation.
  • 2018, Councilor of the National Judo Federation of Guatemala.

Francisco Narváez, "Magister" Nicaragua, 31st "Nicaraos" - Managua
  • PhD in philosophy of Ju Jutsu.
  • 8th Dan of Ju Jutsu.
  • 7th Dan of Karate Jutsu and Kem Ju Jutsu Ryu (Military Police).
  • 6th Dan of Judo and Aiku Jutsu Takeda Ryu.
  • Vice President of the Takeda Ryu World Federation for America and the Caribbean.
  • Director of Asahi Dojo for Central America and México.
  • Civil War veteran.
  • Expert Assistant Police and Armed Forces Instructor.