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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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11
Feb
2017

Antoine Bouchard Places Fifth in Paris

Montreal, February 11, 2017 (Sportcom) – Posting three victories and two losses at the prestigious Paris Grand Slam, Antoine Bouchard finished fifth overall in the U66 kg group. After three

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8
Feb
2017

Canadian Open Championships Calgary 2017 – Official page

Documents to complete : Early bloomer waiver 2017 JC Registration Template_2017   2017 National Championships – clarification Eligibility standards for the U21 Kata Championships:  Minimum brown belt is required to

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Upcoming Events

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Mar
2017
4
Mar
2017

Pacific International

4 March 2017 – 6 March 2017

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4
Mar
2017
10
Mar
2017

High Dan Grading (for the West)

10 March 2017 – 11 March 2017

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10
Mar
2017

Recognized Kata tournaments National A

10 March 2017 – 11 March 2017

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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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Our team

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

Andrezj Sadej

Andrzej Sadej did gymnastics and soccer when he was a child, and then in 1970 he was invited, along with other students from his school, to a local judo club.

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

Étienne Briand

Hailing from Sept-Îles, Étienne Briand is a constantly improving athlete who took up judo at the age of seven. At the time, he hoped to one day be able to

Kyle Reyes

Kyle Reyes started practicing judo in high school, at the age of 12. The Toronto native quickly found that he was a natural, and that he loved the feeling of

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