Lyne Poirier

Inducted as an Athlete January 7th, 2016

For outstanding national and international achievements as a member of Canada’s National Judo Team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born: June 16, 1968 in Port-Cartier, QC

Place of residence : Port-Cartier, QC

First Judo Club : Club Judokan Port-Cartier , Coach Réjean Lavoie

Other Judo Club affiliation:

  • Club de Judo Vieille Capitale, Coach Gérard Blanchet
  • Fujiyama Dojo, Coach Robert Arbour

Occupation : Preschool teacher

Number of years on the national team : 8 years

Year of retirement from competitive judo : 1992

 

Exceptional career accomplishments include:

  • 1992 Olympic Team Member, Barcelona, Spain – 52 kg
  • 1990 Tournament Fukuoka, Japan – 52 kg – Fifth
  • 1989 Games of the French speaking countries, Casablanca – 48 kg – Bronze
  • 1988 Pan American Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina – 48 kg – Bronze
  • 1987 Pan American Games, Indianapolis, USA –  48 kg – Silver
  • 1987 World Championships, Essen, West Germany – 48 kg – Fifth
  • 1986 Dutch Open Nieuwegein, Germany – 48 kg- Bronze
  • 2 time US Open Champion, 1988, 1990
  • 3 time National Champion, 1986-1987-1991

 

 

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