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Meet the Tap Cancer Out 2020 Beneficiaries

Tap Cancer Out is proud to announce our beneficiary partners, which we have committed to funding $1,000,000+ in grants and special projects in 2020. What is different about this year vs. the past is that instead of just one, we have partnered with nine very deserving beneficiaries. This allows us to create a wider range of impact not only through research but also by providing training, survivorship support,…

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Tap Cancer Out Presents Alex’s Lemonade Stand with $870,000 Gift

Tap Cancer Out (TCO), the most impactful nonprofit in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, is committed to fighting for those in the fight of their lives, and in partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) are facing pediatric cancer head on. TCO’s 2019 fundraising efforts, which included 17 events throughout the US, resulted in an $870,000 gift to ALSF, which will primarily fund research for better cures and…

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Matburn Podcast Listeners Raise $8,000+

We had the opportunity this year to partner with renowned black belts Josh Hinger and Keenan Cornelius upon the launch of the wildly successful Matburn Podcast. This was one of the coolest and rewarding content efforts we’ve made in 2020, not only hearing Keenan and Josh talk about what Tap Cancer Out means to them, but also seeing the outpouring of support from their listeners….

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The 2019 Tap Cancer Out Gift Guide!

Looking for the perfect gift for the grappler in your life? We’re here to help! We’ve created the Tap Cancer Out Gift Guide to help you give a gift that is not only meaningful but allows us to fight for those in the fight of their lives. Our BJJ gift guide is full of our bestsellers and favorite items. There is something here for everyone:…

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How To Prepare for a BJJ Tournament if Competing Terrifies You

I try to find comfort in the fact that many sports legends fear the sport they’re actually good at (not to imply that I’m any good). Bill Russell, Boston Celtics legend, used to throw up before every single game. So does Olympic skier Mikaela Shiffrin. Yet they still prevail. While I’ve never taken it that far, there’s no question butterflies in my stomach have a…

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