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Grand Prix in Olympic City of Montreal
19 Feb 2019 10:25
In July 2019, Canada will welcome its first ever Grand Prix. Before that, the IJF visited northern Canada and Montreal to learn more about the challenges faced by an important player in the judo world.
The IJF Team visited the great north of Canada to discover that judo was practiced among the most isolated communities. They went to Montreal, where the IJF will host a Grand Prix in July 2019, and met with the passionate judoka Sarah Mazouz and legends of the sport such as Antoine Valois-Fortier.
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