Montreal, October 18, 2017 – Judo Canada’s newest partner is an industry leader! EC3D Compression is Judo Canada’s new official supplier of compression garments. Entirely manufactured in Quebec, EC3D’s three-dimensionally designed, seamless compression garments improve recovery times while also helping to prevent injuries.
“The athletes will notice a significant difference in their recovery times after competitions and tournaments,” stated Carine Villeneuve, Vice-President of EC3D Compression. Villeneuve says she is proud to contribute to the future success of Canada’s judokas.
The Montreal-based company is thrilled to join the Judo Canada team. “We support the athletes’ dreams. The way that Judo Canada helps its athletes reach their goals inspires us. It’s a solid organization,” added Villeneuve.
“We’re very fortunate to have EC3D Compression as a partner. The Quebec-based company is well-known throughout the world of sports science research. Our new partnership has aroused a lot of interest,” noted Nicolas Gill, Chief Executive Officer and High Performance Director of Judo Canada. “Our objective is to provide our athletes with access to state-of-the-art equipment so that they can hold their own against the best judokas in the world.”
EC3D Compression’s clients include a number of NHL, CFL, and NFL teams, but supporting Canada’s judokas, whose national training centre is located in Montreal, is a whole different experience. “The athletes are right here next to us. We’ll be able to stay close to them and make adjustments according to their needs,” explained Villeneuve.
About EC3D Compression
EC3D optimal compression technology is the result of 25 years of state-of-the-art technological innovation for the medical field woven into a commitment to active lifestyles. This Montreal-based company, specializing in three-dimensional seamless compression garments, was established in 2005 by brothers Gilbert and Daniel Ayoub, cofounders of Gildan, the world’s largest T-shirt manufacturer, as well as seamless knitting expert Michelle Simon and her daughter Carine Villeneuve.
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