Judo Canada has decided to restructure the tasks of its national coaching staff to help achieve the medal objective for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, in 2020.
“We have two years until the Games in Tokyo, and after the recent performances we’ve seen at the World Championships in Baku, in Azerbaijan, we had to rethink what happens in and out of the dojo. We need everyone to work as a team and to go in the same direction. I’m confident that we can achieve our goals and meet our own expectations and the expectations of others for our organization,” explained Nicolas Gill, CEO and High Performance Director for Judo Canada.
All coaching staff reports to CEO/High Performance Director Nicolas Gill.
Written by Sarah Mailhot for Judo Canada
Chief Operating Officer
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