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26
May
2017

Allan Sattin Honoured During the Opening Ceremonies

Montreal, May 26, 2017 – The 2017 Canadian Judo Championships Presented by biosports.team are now officially open. Although the Kata events began on Thursday, the opening ceremonies took place Friday

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23
May
2017

A First Step on the Road to the Big Leagues

Montreal, May 23, 2017 – Lydia Enman will be the youngest athlete to participate in the 2017 Canadian Judo Championships Presented by biosports.team, which are being held in Calgary from

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21
May
2017

Étienne Briand in Bronze

Montreal, May 21, 2017 – Étienne Briand obtained Canada’s best result on Sunday at the Ekaterinburg Grand Slam in Russia. The pride of Sept-Îles climbed onto the third step of the

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19
May
2017

A Judoka for Life!

Montreal, May 19, 2017 – A judo bout is an intense four-minute adrenalin rush where the object is to avoid finding oneself lying on one’s back on the tatamis. Rashad

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17
May
2017

Judo Canada Will Fly its Colours on Impact Canopie

Montreal, May 17, 2017 – With a view to cultivating a dynamic and professional image, Judo Canada has partnered with Impact Canopie, an independent Canadian division of the custom promotional

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Upcoming Events

29
May
2017

National training camp

29 May 2017 – 2 June 2017

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17
Jun
2017

AGM

17 June 2017 – 18 June 2017

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21
Jul
2017

NCCP Competition development

21 July 2017 – 24 July 2017

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30
Jul
2017

NTC Judo School

30 July 2017 – 6 August 2017

http://www.judocanada.org/development/programs/

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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

Stéfanie Tremblay

If Stéfanie Tremblay has been on tatamis all over the world, she has her school friends to thank. When she was 11 years old in Chicoutimi, several girls from her

Justin Karn

After swimming and wrestling, Justin Karn took up judo at the age of 13, at the Brantford, Ontario school for the blind. The Guelph native immediately loved the sport, which

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

Ecaterina Guica

Ecaterina Guica started practicing judo at the age of  five, when her father Catalin, a former three-time Romanian champion, opened his own club. Ecaterina’s passion for the sport is fuelled

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

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