• Magister Ecuador
    José Rafael Rodriguez Carbonell Magister Ecuador
  • Magister Brasil
    Bruno Ladeia Ganem Magister Brasil
  • Magister Uruguay
    Alejandro Viera Díaz Magister Uruguay

Special Combat Academy
Magister South America

José Rafael Rodriguez Carbonell, "Magister" Ecuador, 45th "Caras" - Guayaquil
  • Degree in physical education and judo specialty (1987).
  • 8th dan Judo (08/01/2020).
  • Years of seniority as a coach: 32 years.
  • Maximum title achieved: vice Olympic champion (1980).
  • Technical manager of the “Cuba” youth team (1989-1993).
  • Coach of the Mexican national team "(1993-1996).
  • Technical director of the “Ecuador” national team (2005-2008).
  • Physical trainer of the national team of "Ecuador" (2009-2011).
  • Technical Director of the Sports Federation of Cañar (2012-2014).
  • Technical Director of the Azuay Sports Federation (2014-2015).
  • Director of the Guayas Sports Federation (2018-2020).
  • Sporting Order of Merit (1980)
  • Olympic GOLD Button (1980)
  • Abel Santamaría Medal awarded by the Council of State of Cuba (1988).
  • Medal of the Martyrs of Barbados (1982).
  • Mention among the best of "Cuba" and Latin America (1980).
  • Selected delegate at the Leipzig festival "Germany" (1980).
  • Selected delegate at the "Moscow" World Festival of Youth and Students (1985).
  • Trophy for being the first Olympic medal of the Province of Sancti Spíritus. (1980).
  • Delegate selected with the Carlos Rolóf Brigade "Poland" (1981).
  • Best athlete of the year (1980, 1982, 1983, 1984,1985) province of Sancti Spiritus.
  • Award plaque as Best Coach of the Ecuadorian Judo Federation (2003).
  • Best judoka of the Province of Sancti Spiritus from (1976 to 1987).
  • Most excellent Judoka of the National School Games "Camagüey" (1974).
  • Captain of the Cuban team from (1985 to 1988).
  • Diploma of recognition of the Valencian Judo Federation for having contributed to the progress of Valencian Judo "Spain" (1984).
  • Diploma of Recognition for having participated in the updating program of the Youth Olympics "Mexico" (1996).
  • Diploma of Recognition as Best Athlete of the XII School Games "Cuba" (1974).
  • Diploma of Recognition for the contribution to the development of Sport "Cuba" (2001).
  • Diploma of Recognition for the relative results obtained in the sporting life "Cuba" (2001).
  • Recognized by the Ecuadorian Federation of Judo for being the Province in Events (2018), having awarded the highest number of athletes and achievements in national and international events.
  • Plate of the Ecuadorian Federation of Judo that awarded the highest number of athletes and results in national and international events (2019).
  • National champion of school games (1974) Most excellent athlete.
  • Silver Senior National Championship (1976) Most combative athlete.
  • 10 times senior national champion (1977-1987) several times the most outstanding or the most technical.
  • 3 times junior national champion (1976-1977-1978) plus technical.
  • Gold for the "Puerto Rico" Open Tournament (1978).
  • Gold for the "Mexico" North American Tournament (1978).
  • Bronze Adriatic Cup "Yugoslavia" (1979).
  • Bronze Liberation Cup "Czechoslovakia" (1980).
  • Silver Benito Juárez "Mexico" (1980).
  • Gold José Ramón Rodríguez in Memoriam (1980-1981-1983-1985).
  • 5th place for Jigoro Kano teams "Japan" (1983).
  • 7th place Jigoro Kano Cup "Japan" (1978).
  • Gold for the Tournament Villa de Madrid "Spain" (1980).
  • Silver "Olympic Games" Moscow (1980).
  • Bronze José Ramón Rodríguez "Cuba" (1982-1984-1986).
  • Gold for the "Germany" Potsdam Tournament (1982).
  • Gold for the Central American Games "Cuba" (1982).
  • Silver Cup "Hungary" (1983).
  • Gold for the "Venezuela" Pan American Games (1983).
  • 5th Classified "Moscow" World Championship (1983).
  • Bronze cup "Hungary" (1984).
  • Silver for the "Mexico" Pan American Championship (1984).
  • Bronze "Cuba" Pan American Championship (1985).
  • Gold for the Guido Sieni "Italy" Tournament (1985).
  • Bronze in Central American Games "Dominican Republic" (1986).
  • Gold for the La Coruña "Spain" Tournament (1986).

Bruno Ladeia Ganem, "Magister" Brazil, 35th "Caveira" - Minas Gerais
  • Law Degree in 2009.
  • Technical course in public safety / 2006.
  • Member of the military police of Minas Gerais.
  • Self Defense Instructor of the Minas Gerais Military Police.
  • Member of the IBJJ.
  • Member of the Gracie Barra / BH academy (this academy was founded by Carlos Gracie Junior, son of Carlos Gracie, creator of Jiu-Jitsu Gracie / Brazilian together with Helio Gracie).
  • Member of the Academy (Escola Felipe Siqueira Team) that I train in Teófilo Otoni / MG, and is subordinate to the Gracie Barra / BH Academy.
  • Black Belt Gracie / Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
  • Promoted in 2019 Gracie Black Belt / Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
  • Gracie / Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teacher.
  • MMA.

Alejandro Viera Díaz, "Magister" Uruguay, 18th "Piraña" - Montevideo
  • Boxing.
  • Taekwondo.
  • Karate.
  • Freestyle wrestling.
  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
  • Hapkido.
  • Krav Maga.
  • Traditional Japanese Jiu Jitsu.
  • Personal Defense Instructor for civilians, police and military in Montevideo and Canelones.
  • Director of the Department of Personal Defense of the Uruguayan Federation of Jiu Jitsu.