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  • Day 1 from the 2019 Pan-American Championships
    The Pan-American Championships began in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Quebec was well represented on this day as Laurence Beauregard (59 kg) of Concordia University and Jayd Davis (55 kg) from the Montreal YMHA took to the mat. The competition was fierce but in the end Laurence would end up beating Andribeth...
  • Aly Barghout and Nataël Lebrun-Cantin receive the LDT Foundation Bursary
    Vanier Wrestling Club athletes Aly Barghout and Nataël Lebrun-Cantin were the recipients of the inaugural LDT Foundation Bursary (Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Foundation). The bursary was founded by Laurent Duvernay-Tardif in conjunction with the FAEQ with the express goal of promoting a balance between sports and study. A total of $325 000...
  • Martine Dugrenier inducted into the YMHA Sports Hall of Fame
    On Tuesday April 9th, Coach Martine Dugrenier was inducted into the YM-YWHA Alex Dworkin Montreal Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Martine was inducted amongst a star-studded group which included Coach John Dore and former Montreal Impact Player Adam Braz. Martine's accomplishments as an athlete as well as her contributions to...
  • The results from the 2019 U17-U19 Canadian National Championships
    The weekend concluded with the U17-U19 Canadian National Championships held in Fredricton, New Brunswick. Hosted by UNB at the Aitken centre, Quebec clubs were in full force as Beurling Academy, CLIC, the Crazy Dogs, Heritage Regional High School, Massey Vanier, the Mohawk Wrestling Club, the Montreal YMHA, the Patriotes de...
  • The Next date for the 2019 AGM
    The next date for the FLOQ AGM will be Saturday June 15th at th Olympic Stadium (4141 Pierre de Coubertin, Montreal QC H1V 3N7) at 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. All voting members and members of the Federation are invited to attend.
  • The 2019 Senior National Championships (FS, WW, GR)
    The Seniors took to the mat for the second day of competition which showcased the Freestyle and Women's wrestling. Quebec was well represented at the tournament with Concordia University, the Montreal Wrestling Club, the Montreal YMHA and Vanier College. The results for each weight category were the following: Men Freestyle...
  • An excellent showing from Quebec clubs at the Junior National Championships
    On Friday March 22nd, Quebec clubs competed in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at the marquee event on the Canadian wrestling calendar, the Junior-Senior National Championships. Quebec clubs were well represented as athletes from Concordia University, the Crazy Dogs, the Montreal Wrestling Club, the Montreal YMHA, the Riverdale Wrestling Club and Vanier College...
  • Athletes heading to the 2019 Junior-Senior Nationals
    The 2019 Junior-Senior Nationals will be held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Quebec will be well represented with numerous clubs sending athletes to Canada's premier wrestling competition. Here are the athletes competing with their age groups and their most notable acomplishments from the previous year. (Photo property of Wrestling Canada Lutte) Quebec...

 

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