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  • FLOQ Competition Update - July 2019
    Based on the results at the Canadian National Championships and the Non-Olympic Weight Class Trials held this past weekend in Calgary, the following Quebec wrestlers have qualified to represent Canada at the upcoming international events being held this Summer and Fall, 2019 PAN AM GAMES – Lima, Peru, Aug. 7-10,...
  • Rare action in July
    The last weekend featured some rare July action for Quebec wrestlers at two different tournaments, one local and the other international. The Ontario Cup, held in Guelph Ontario and the Spanish Grand Prix held in Madrid Spain. The Montreal YMHA and Concordia sent athletes to both competitions with some strong...
  • A flurry of results to cap off the weekend
    The past weekend finished off with a flurry of results coming from the U23 World Team Trials, the Canada Cup and the UWW Cadet Pan-American Championships. Quebec had athletes competing in all of these events and came back with some fabulous results. The weekend began with the 2019 Canada Cup,...
  • Two Quebec athletes qualify for the 2019 World Championships
    The Non-Olympic Trials for the upcoming World Championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan were held on Saturdya June 29th in Calgary Alberta. Quebec sent a contingent of athletes to the competition and when it was all over, Quebec had qualified two athletes for the competition. Scott Schiller qualified his position in the...
  • Beach Wrestling 2019
    After last year's successful inaugural Beach Wrestling Event, convenors Tony Ronci and Luc Lauzon will once again be treating us to another Beach Wrestling Event, which promises to be bigger and better than last year. With a clinic and a Dual-Meet featuring some of Quebec's best high school wrestlers versus...
  • The call to athletes for the upcoming NAIG
    Call to Athletes Eastern door and the North is putting out a call for male and female athletes who are interested in competing in the sport of Wrestling at the 2020 North American Indigenous Games in Halifax Nova Scotia. Interested athletes must meet the following criteria: Proof of Native status...
  • Our Junior Men take to the mat
    The next day of competition at the 2019 Pan-American Championships featured our Junior men in action. Brayden Todd (57 kg) and Julien Choquette (92 kg) of Vanier College looked to build on a good start made by the Canadian women. In his first match, Brayden would win in a decisive...
  • Good start for our Junior athletes at the 2019 Pan-American Championships
    The 2019 Junior Pan-American Championships held in Guatemala City, Guatemala, began for our Quebec athletes with Virginie Gascon of Concordia University starting off her tournament in the 55 kg division with a match versus Neidy Lizeth Vasquez Gomez from Guatemala in which Virginie would win take the lead (4-0) before...

 

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