Judo Canada’s National Training Centre is located at 4141 Pierre-de-Coubertin in Montreal. The NTC is housed inside the Institut National du Sport du Québec’s located in the Olympic facilities. The INS is part of the Canadian Sport Institute Network.
As a resident sport, our high performance athletes benefit from the many medical services, sport science services (e.i. physical preparedness) and wellness services, all offered on site.
This world-class facility is dedicated to high performance and access to most of the services, including the dojo, is restricted. For more information on accessing the facility and the training sessions with the National Team, please read the CN guide:
The Regional Training Centre (RTC) is the first step in the Olympic medal pathway. It is a transition between the Judo Club and the National Training Centre. The goal of the RTC is to centralize, on a regional basis, the best Cadet (U18) and Juvenile (U16) athletes and offer them, world class training. This will provide them with the ideal preparation to migrate to the National Training Centre.
Currently Judo Canada has two Rregional Training Centers:
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