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ADCC 2015 results: Vinny Magalhaes, Gilbert Burns medal while Benson Henderson struggles

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Guilherme Cruz, MMA Fighting

ADCC's return to Brazil would feature no double gold winners, nor any UFC or MMA fighters taking gold or silver, but there was still success for UFC veterans and active members of the world's leading MMA organization to be had at this year's most prestigious no gi submission grappling tournament.

In the +99kg division, former UFC light heavyweight Vinny Magalhaes took bronze. The Las Vegas-based fighter submitted both of his opposition on Saturday and advanced to the semis where he was controlled by eventual division gold medalist and Fabricio Werdum-training partner Orlando Sanchez. In the bronze medal match, however, Magalhaes rebounded by submitting Joao Rocha via heel hook. That means in all the matches within his weight division that he won, Magalhaes did so by submission.

The Brazilian would move into the open weight division, getting past Garry Tonon on penalties in the first round, but would fail to get past Claudio Calasans.

UFC lightweight Gilbert Burns also managed to medal, taking the bronze in the -77kg division. 'Durinho' started the day losing by submission to eventual division winner Davi Ramos, but was also able to make good on the second act by scoring two double leg takedowns against Otavio Souza. Burns was not a participant in the open weight division.

Having less success on Sunday was former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson. Competing in the men's -77kg division, he was submitted in the first round on Saturday by Abdukadirov Magomed via rear naked choke/jaw crank. On Sunday he didn't fare much better as he was submitted via kimura from mounted triangle by Rodolfo Vieira in the open weight division.

Legacy FC bantamweight and undefeated MMA fighter as well as jiu-jitsu world champion Augusto Mendes managed to earn the bronze in the -66kg division.

UFC lightweight Vagner Rocha was knocked out of the -77kg division on Saturday after losing to Otavio Souza in the quarterfinals. He advanced past the first round on Sunday with a win over Romulo Barral in the open weight first round, but lost to Joao Rocha in that division's quarterfinals.

Full results of Saturday are available here. Sunday's results can be viewed here. Final results for all division medalists and the event's superfight are below:

Male -66kg

Gold: Rubens Charles
Silver: Bruno Frazzato
Bronze: Augusto Mendes

Male -77kg

Gold: Davi Ramos
Silver: Lucas Lepri
Bronze: Gilbert Burns

Male -88kg

Gold: Yuri Simoes
Silver: Keenan Cornelius
Bronze: Rustam Chsiev

Male -99kg

Gold: Rodolfo Vieira
Silver: Felipe Pena
Bronze: Joao Assis

Male +99kg

Gold: Orlando Sanchez
Silver: Jared Dopp
Bronze: Vinny Magalhaes

Female -60kg

Gold: Mackenzie Dern
Silver: Michelle Nicolini
Bronze: Tammy Musumeci

Female +60kg

Gold: Ana Lauta Cordeiro
Silver: Jessica Oliveira
Bronze: Gabi Garcia

Men's Absolute

Gold: Claudio Calasans
Silver: Joao Rocha
Bronze: Rodolfo Vieira

Superfight

Andre Galvo def. Roberto Abreu via points (6-0)