Judo Ontario / Judo Canada

Pathway to Excellence

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CLUB

OUTREACH

High Performance coaching staff scout the province to identify hard-working and talented U14 athletes who are interested in developing their skills further with additional training.

  • Regional Development

  • Talent ID

  • Club Outreach

  • Club Events & Camps

  • Provincial Tournaments

  • Provincial Trainings 1 x Per Month

  • Provincial Holiday Camps

  • Transition From Club To Youth Academy

YOUTH

ACADEMY

High Performance coaching staff work with U14/U16 athletes to continue to develop their skills and prepare them to transition into more intensive high performance training.

  • Youth Academy Program

  • Club Trainings

  • Talent Development Camps (JOTDC) 4 x Per Year

  • Provincial / National Tournaments

  • Athlete Testing At JOTDC

  • Provincial Trainings 1 x Per Month

  • Judo Canada NTC Visit (Judo School)

  • Participate 6 Months To 2 Years At Youth Academy Before Transitioning To Judo Canada RTC / Judo Ontario HPP

REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER

U18/U21 atletes are selected to join the High Performance Progam which is recognized as one of Judo Canada's Regional Training Centres

YEAR 1

  • Judo Canada RTC / Judo Ontario HPP 3 x Per Week Plus Club Trainings

  • Talent Development Camps (JOTDC) 4 x Per Year

  • Athlete Testing at JOTDC

  • Targeted U16 Athletes Selected By Judo Ontario HPC Into The OHPSI Program

  • NTC Immersion Camps / Visits 2 x Per Year

YEAR 2

  • Judo Canada RTC / Judo Ontario HPP 5 x Per Week Plus Club Trainings

  • OHPSI Strength & Conditioning Testing Days 3 x Per Year

 

YEAR 3

  • Full-time Athlete at Judo Canada RTC / Judo Ontario HPP 8 x Per Week Plus Club Trainings

  • Judo Canada National Training Camps

  • NTC Immersion Camps / Visits

  • Provincial Trainings

  • Open Mat Trainings

NATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

U18/U21 athletes graduate from Regional Training Centre/High Performance Program.

YEAR 4

• Transition as Full-time athlete to Judo Canada National Training Centre (NTC) In Montreal after grade 12 (19 years old +)

Athletes retain membership with Judo Ontario but train

full-time at the NTC with the goal of representing Canada

at major championships

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