- 17th (+100kg) - 2012 Prague World Cup (Prague, Czech Republic)
- 17th (+100kg) - 2012 Dusseldorf Grand Prix (Dusseldorf, Germany)
- 3rd (+100kg) - 2012 ACT International Open (Canberra, Australia)
- 5th (+100kg) - 2011 IJF World Cup (Apia, Samoa)
- 2nd (+100kg) - 2011 National Championships (Perth, Australia)
- 2nd (+100kg) - 2011 Oceania Championships (Papeete, Tahiti)
- Making my first Olympic Games after a series of good results
- Winning my first senior national title in Brisbane, 2010
- Winning the Oceania World Cup event in Apia, Samoa, 2009
- Jake Andrewartha will make his debut Olympic appearance in London in the +100kg division. Having made his first Australian national team in 2004 at the Kindai Cup held in Japan, he took out his first Australian title in 2007 in the U/20 division while also claiming the silver medal in the senior event in the same year. He went back to back the following year, taking out the U/20 division again in 2008, while ranking third in the senior event.
- After again claiming third in 2009 in the senior division, Andrewartha went on to win his first major international event, the IJF World Cup event in Samoa after taking out compatriot Jason Phillips in the final of the +100kg division.
- The international experience served him well as he went on to claim his first senior Australian title in 2010 at the Australian Championships in Brisbane, knocking off Terry Frankcombe in the final.
- He could only manage the silver medal in defence of the Samoan World Cup title after being knocked off by Peru's Carlos Zegarra in the final of the 2010 event. Andrewartha proved his consistency on the international stage as he claimed back to back silver medals at the Oceania Championships in 2010 and 2011, along with a silver medal at the 2011 Australian Championships.
- Following a strong 5th at the World Cup event in Samoa and a gold at the ACT International Open, Andrewartha sought out the world's toughest tournaments to prepare him for the rigours of Olympic competition. Andrewartha headed to World Cup events in both Dusseldorf and Prague as he claimed 17th in both events. He returned to Australia and won the silver medal at the 2012 National Championships. Andrewartha is a self taught bass guitar player, he has played for 8 years and did music all through high school. He has played in a number of battle of the bands competitions. Away from training and competition he spends a lot of time taking on the world's best online video gamers in the popular game Halo.
Years on national team
Daniel Kelly (2007 - current)
Primary Training Base
Dominance Mixed Martial Arts (VIC, Australia)
Tumby Bay Area School (SA, Australia)
Urrbrae Agricultural High School (SA, Australia)
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