Judo in Canada

Judo in Canada had its most successful judoka in Nicolas Gill who won Olympic silver in 2000 in a legendary final against Kosei Inoue. In 1992 Gill had already won bronze. In 2012 Antoine Valois-Fortier took Olympic judo bronze U81kg in London. With a successful new generation Canada Judo will mingle among the best judo nations. 2013 Cadet World Champion Jessica Klimkait developed well and Klimkait won IJF Tour events. Deguchi, Zupancic, Beauchemin-Pinard, Guica, Margelidon, Nahas act at World level and Antoine Bouchard was the outperformer at the Rio Olympic Games finishing fifth. Highlight was the signing of the Grand Prix in Montreal from 2019 onwards.

Judo legends B S G

  • Nicolas Gill
  • 345
  • Antoine Valois-Fortier
  • 543
  • Kelita Zupancic
  • 534
  • Keith Morgan
  • 333
  • Marie-Hélène Chisholm
  • 342

Nicolas Gill - Super star

Antoine Valois-Fortier - Idol

Last 365 days of judo B S G

  • Christa Deguchi
  • 205
  • Shady El Nahas
  • 112
  • Jessica Klimkait
  • 241
  • Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard
  • 311
  • Antoine Valois-Fortier
  • 201

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Last results

Judo event Type Place Date
Canadian Open EdmontonNCEdmonton19 May 2019
Canadian Open U18 EdmontonNCadetEdmonton17 May 2019
Canadian Open U21 EdmontonNJunEdmonton17 May 2019
Pacific International Richmond U21ITJunRichmond16 Mar 2019
Pacific International Richmond U18ITCadRichmond16 Mar 2019

Birthdays

Name Birthdate Age
Allayah Copeland23 May 199821 years
Petro Poklitar23 May 199623 years
Brandon Jobb25 May 199326 years
Alexandre Émond25 May 198435 years
Mathieu Bouchard26 May 199920 years
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