Kyra Gracie was the first female member of the Gracie family to find success as a world-class competitor. A black belt under her uncle Carlos Gracie Jr., Gracie used her relatively old-school style of jiu-jitsu to win three ADCC world championships (2005, 2007, and 2011).
Gracie also found ample success outside of no-gi competition, as well. She was a five-time IBJJF world champion and a two-time Pans champion in the gi.
Braulio Estima is one of the most respected figures in jiu-jitsu. He won double gold at the 2009 ADCC championships, submitting fellow hall-of-famers Marcelo Garcia and Andre Galvao along his way. And in IBJJF competition, Estima was a three-time world champion and a three-time European Open champion.
Many of Estima’s wins came by way of his trademark footlock — the “Estima lock.” He submitted Rafael Lovato Jr. with this lock in the semifinals of the 2009 ADCC championships.