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National team Sparring partner

JUDO CANADA Judo Canada is a non-profit organization working to promote the principles and teachings of the sport of Judo and to work towards the advancement of Judo throughout Canada Judo Canada is presently seeking a part-time National team Sparring partner to support Judo Canada’s High Performance plan, leading to sustainable medal performances at World... Read the rest of “National team Sparring partner”.

Canada Brings Three Medals Home from Spain

Montreal, May 22, 2016 – Sunday was an excellent day for Canadian judokas at La Coruna’s European Judo Cup, with three of them stepping onto the podium. Mina Coulombe led the Maple Leafers with a gold in the Under 78 kg class, while Adriana Portuondo-Isasi and Kevin Gauthier each walked away with a bronze medal,... Read the rest of “Canada Brings Three Medals Home from Spain”.

Stéfanie Tremblay Just off the Podium in Almaty

Montreal, May 15, 2016 – Stéfanie Tremblay came in fifth in the Under 63 kg class at the Almaty Grand Prix this Saturday in Kazakhstan. The Canadian judoka was kept from taking home a bronze medal by Dutch Juul Franssen, 18th in the world, who served her an ippon. “She caught me by surprise and... Read the rest of “Stéfanie Tremblay Just off the Podium in Almaty”.

Results/Resultats Calgary 2016

Kata Results/Resultats de kata U18/veterans U16/U21 SR

It’s in and out for Canadian Judokas

Montreal, May 7, 2016 – It was a shortlived tournament for Canadian judokas at the Baku Grand Slam, in Azerbaijan. Stéfanie Tremblay was eliminated after her first match on Saturday, as were her teammates Ecaterina Guica and Sergio Pessoa, on Friday. Tremblay, ranked 28th in the world, started out her day with a bye from... Read the rest of “It’s in and out for Canadian Judokas”.

Pan Am Championships Kata Success for Canada

Three Canadian Kata teams entered the Pan American Judo Kata Championships in Havana Cuba on April 28, and each came away with a medal. Kelly Palmer and Gord Okamura from Alberta scored Gold in Katame no Kata, and placed Silver in Ju no Kata. James Martin and Ronald James Cook from Ontario took the Bronze... Read the rest of “Pan Am Championships Kata Success for Canada”.

Team Canada in Full Swing !

Montreal, April 30, 2016 – With a flawless record, Quebec judoka Antoine Valois-Fortier has earned his first PanAmerican gold this Saturday, in Havana, Cuba. Kelita Zupanzic, Kyle Reyes and Marc Deschênes also contributed to Canada’s medal haul. In the Under 81 kg, Beaupont judoka Antoine Valois-Fortier was not too bothered by his opponents. One by... Read the rest of “Team Canada in Full Swing !”.

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