Here's coverage of the preparations for the Gracie Barra team from Gracie Magazine.
How’s preparation of the Gracie Barra athletes in California going? How did you organize things after the 2009 Pan?
We’re training every day, seven times a week, at 1pm, with two-hour sessions and we’ve revamped the leadership in training. I lead some days, Roberto Tussa others, Phelipe Furao helps too, as well as Flavio Cachorrinho. Yesterday Renato Babalu came over and taught the standup part, the double leg, the single leg, because he has good experience in that from wrestling and MMA. And on Monday Carlinhos Gracie came down and took over. He’ll be leading training throughout this final stretch.