Meishu Monday: Featuring Trevor Hazell

Meishu Monday: Featuring Trevor Hazell



Trevor Hazell: Meishu Monday Profile pdf

Throwback Thursday: Featuring Joe Meli

Throwback Thursday: Featuring Joe Meli


Joe Meli Athlete Profile (pdf)

Bluewave Athlete Profile: Mckenzie Morgan

Bluewave Athlete Profile: Mckenzie Morgan


Bluewave Athlete Profile: McKenzie Morgan

Throwback Thursday Featuring Yoshio Katsuta

Throwback Thursday Featuring Yoshio Katsuta


Yoshio Katsuta – Throwback Thursday Profile

BlueWave Athlete Profile: Alexandra Gagnon

BlueWave Athlete Profile: Alexandra Gagnon


Alexandra Gagnon: Athlete Profile (pdf)

Safe Sport Training E-learning: What you need to know

As of April 1, 2020, all sport organizations in Canada receiving funding from Sport Canada must mandate safe sport training to everyone under their immediate authority.

The new CAC Safe Sport Training eLearning module meets these requirements. It was created by a CAC Task Force comprised of experts in sport, training, and prevention to align with the values within the new Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS).

The free, 90-minute module will equip your coaches, administrators, and volunteers with the knowledge to recognize, address, and prevent maltreatment in sport. In addition, the CAC has created tools and resources to help you embed Safe Sport principles throughout your organization.

Safe Sport Training is available in both official languages, meets accessibility guidelines, and works on any platform or device. Certified coaches will earn two Professional Development points upon completing the module.

Creating a sport culture where everyone can thrive is everyone’s responsibility. Safe Sport Training developed by the Coaching Association of Canada helps you play your part. Learn more about Safe Sport Training from the CAC at our new dedicated microsite or access the module directly in the Locker

Katame no Kata & Nage no Kata Clinic (Feb 29-Mar 1)


18th Annual Female Training Camp and Sleepover – April 25-26, 2020

Marti Malloy Achievements:

  • 2010 – Pan American Championships – Silver
  • 2011 – Pan American Championships – Silver
  • 2012 – Paris Grand Slam – Bronze
  • 2012 – London Olympics – Bronze
  • 2013 – World Championships – Silver
  • 2013 – Tokyo Grand Slam – Silver
  • 2014 – Pan American Championships – Gold
  • 2015 – Pan American Championships – Gold
  • 2015 – Pan American Games – Gold
  • 2016 – Pan American Championships – Gold
  • 2017 – Pan American Championships – Bronze

Registration Link:

Registration Package (click here)

Provincial Championship Volunteers Needed

Provincial Championship Volunteers Needed

Tolide Judo Club will be hosting the 2020 Judo Alberta Provincials at the Dow Centennial Centre in Fort Saskatchewan on Saturday March 28.

We are now looking for volunteers for the following positions:

Facility set up and take down
Draw keeper
Sashes and Ushering
Volunteer Lounge
Mats and Facility maintenance

If you can help us, please complete the volunteer form at:

Richard Gagnon
Volunteer Coordinator for Host Club
2020 Judo Alberta Provincial Championships



Provincial Training Camp: January 25-26, 2020


Alberta Sport ConnectionNCCPOur Sponsors