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24
Feb
2017

A Disappointing Day for Guica and Beauchemin-Pinard in Germany

Montreal, February 24, 2017 – Canadian judoka Ecaterina Guica finished seventh at the Düsseldorf Grand Prix on Friday in Germany. “Seventh place isn’t what I was aiming for today. It

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19
Feb
2017

Medals for Kelita Zupancic, Étienne Briand and Zachary Burt

Montreal, February 19, 2017 – Three Canadians took to the podium in Europe on Sunday. Kelita Zupancic reached the second level of the podium at the European Open in Oberwart, Austria,

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18
Feb
2017

Bronze for Klimkait in Austria

Montreal, February 18, 2017 – Ontario’s Jessica Klimkait added a new medal to her collection on Saturday when she placed third in the U57 kg class at the European Judo Open

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12
Feb
2017

Another Silver for Kelita Zupancic in Paris

Montreal, February 12, 2017 – Kelita Zupancic pulled off a second silver medal at the prestigious Paris Grand Slam on Sunday. Once again achieving her career best, the judoka from

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Upcoming Events

24
Feb
2017

DÜSSELDORF GRAND PRIX 2017 - Germany/ Allemagne

24 February 2017 – 27 February 2017

DÜSSELDORF GRAND PRIX 2017 - Germany/ Allemagne Team / Equipe -52 kg: Ecaterina Guica -57 kg: Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard -81 kg: Etienne Briand -100 kg: Marc Deschenes Coach/ Entraîneur : Michel Almeida

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3
Mar
2017
4
Mar
2017

European Judo Open Men- Katowice (Poland / Pologne)

4 March 2017 – 6 March 2017

European Judo Open Men- Katowice (Poland / Pologne)   Team / Équipe -81 kg: Etienne Briand -100 kg: Marc Deschenes

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4
Mar
2017

Pacific International

4 March 2017 – 6 March 2017

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4
Mar
2017

The Canadian Judo Federation

Judo Canada is the national sport governing body for the sport of judo in Canada and has overall authority to provide leadership in promotion and development as well as govern all aspects of Judo in Canada and to select and prepare Canadian teams for international

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Sergio Pessoa Jr

Like many of his colleagues on the national team, Sergio Pessoa followed his father’s footsteps into judo. Sergio Sr., an accomplished athlete, competed in the Seoul Games in 1988, and

Priscilla Gagné

Priscilla Gagné received several diagnoses for her vision before specialists discovered she had retinitis pigmentosa. The condition never stopped Priscilla from doing sports. The 30-year-old athlete had done karate for

Antoine Valois-Fortier

Antoine Valois-Fortier was four years old when he discovered judo. His parents thought the sport would be a healthy outlet for their son’s boundless energy, but they didn’t expect it

Doug Rogers

Born:  January 26, 1941 in Truro, Nova Scotia Residence : Vancouver, BC Rank : 7th Dan               Inducted as an Athlete – 1996 For

Nicolas Gill

Two Olympic medals, three World Championship medals – Nicolas Gill’s list of achievements speaks for itself. The most prolific judoka in Canadian judo history, Nicolas competed in four Olympic Games

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