Royler Gracie and Victor Huber

Royler Gracie and Victor Huber

Victor Huber is a native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He began training Gracie Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 17 after training several years in judo. He was promoted to black belt by Royler and Rolker Gracie at the Gracie Humaita Academy. He currently holds the rank of 4th degree black belt. In addition, Victor holds a degree in finance from the Universidade Federal Fluminense.

Victor has made Jacksonville his home since 2005. He is proud to represent Gracie Humaita in North Florida. He may be reached at 904-588-5903 or by email at victor_huber@hotmail.com.

 

Instructor Biography:

  • Instructor for Royler Gracie Team at the Riecimo da Silva Sports Center in Rio de Janiero, Brazil (1997-2000)
  • Instructor for Gracie Yacht Club in Rio de Janiero, Brazil (1997-present)
  • Represented Relson Gracie in Texas, North Carolina and Ohio
  • Instructor for Royler Gracie Team in Governor Island, Rio de Janiero (2001-2006)
  • Head Instructor for North Florida Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (2006-2007)
  • Head Instructor for Victor Huber BJJ in Atlantic Beach, FL (2007-present)

Competitor Biography:

  • 3rd Place- Pro Division Heavyweight, Gracie Worlds 2006
  • 1st Place- Pro Division Heavyweight, Gracie Worlds 2005
  • 3-Time Super Super Heavyweight Champion Black Belt Division, Rio de Janeiro
  • 1st Place- Pro Division Open Weight Class, Smack Down in H-Town, Houston, TX
  • 3rd Place- Pro Division Heavyweight, Gracie Worlds 2004
  • 1st Place- National Gracie USA Cup, Ohio¬† 2004
  • 2nd Place- NAGA National Grappling Tournament, Atlanta, GA 2004
  • 6-Time qualifier for World Championship 2005
  • 3rd Place – Super Heavy, Brazilian Nationals, Rio de Janeiro 2003
  • Top 5 – Heavy Weight, World Championships 2002
  • 1st Place – Super Heavyweight, Rio de Janeiro State Championships 1999
  • 1st Place – Super Heavyweight, Rio de Janeiro State Championships 1998
  • 3rd Place – Middle Weight Pan-American Championship, Rio de Janeiro 1998
  • 3rd Place – Middle Weight Brazilian Nationals Championship, Rio de Janeiro 1997
  • 2rd Place – Heavy Weight Brazilian Nationals Championship, Rio de Janeiro 1997
  • 2rd Place – Middle Weight Brazilian Nationals Championship, Rio de Janeiro 1996
  • 2rd Place – Middle Weight Pan-American Championship, Los Angeles 1996
  • 3rd Place – Middle Heavy Weight Pan-American Championship, Los Angeles 1995