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If there is effort, there is always accomplishment.

From beginner to national champion, the Airdrie Judo Club can inspire to make Judo a life long sport.

ESTABLISHED 1981

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EVENTS

UPCOMING

September 20, 2021
  • Junior

    September 20, 2021  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    Plainsmen Arena, 320 Centre Ave E, Airdrie, AB T4B, Canada

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  • Senior

    September 20, 2021  7:45 pm - 9:15 pm
    Plainsmen Arena, 320 Centre Ave E, Airdrie, AB T4B, Canada

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September 22, 2021
  • Junior

    September 22, 2021  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    Plainsmen Arena, 320 Centre Ave E, Airdrie, AB T4B, Canada

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Airdrie Judo Club

Judo means the ‘gentle way’, but it is a full-on combat sport in which a false move or the slightest loss of concentration can result in defeat. Judoka can execute techniques in the blink of an eye and an athlete behind on points can often achieve a major turnaround in the final seconds of a match. This is a sport where you can't look away for a moment.

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#judoiseducation #judoisfamily #judoisalifestyle #judoisexcellence
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Airdrie Judo Club

Judo Competitions are Back!

You are invited to the 2021 WELCOME BACK OPEN in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, on
October 23, 2021. Please find details at the following trackie link:

www.TrackieReg.com/2021WelcomeBackOpen

We are looking forward to having athletes competing again in this early season event. There will be a FREE training session on Sunday morning October 24, 2021.

All participants have to be registered members of their provincial judo organizations/Judo Canada.
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WELCOME

THE AIRDRIE JUDO CLUB

is a well established dojo for any age and ability.  Focusing on self-confidence and the respect for others and oneself, our club helps develop role models for our community.

The Airdrie Judo club promotes a safe learning environment to develop strength, power, speed, agility, and flexibility while instilling concentration and discipline.  From beginner to national champion, the Airdrie Judo Club can inspire to make Judo a life long sport.

OUR INSTRUCTORS

paul hachey

PAUL HACHEY

Head Instructor

- 5th Degree Black Belt (Godan)
- NCCP Level 3 (Competitive)
- AB Coach 2002-10 & 2016-18
- National “A” Referee
- 10X National Medalist

steve

STEVE NORRIS

Assistant Instructor

- 2nd Degree Black Belt
- NCCP Level 1 (Dojo Assistant)
- International Judo Federation
“B” referee (IJF “B”)

ROBIN WOHL

JUSTIN MCEACHERN

Closed until further notice

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The Airdrie Judo Club has had another water leak in the bathroom that has caused significant damage to the floors and walls. The City of Airdrie is currently working on assessing the damages and what repairs need to be made to reopen the arena.
We have no option but to remain closed until notified by the City and given a timeline to reopen.
The timing could not be worse as we are in the final stages of registration and reopening for our 40th anniversary.
More information will be shared as soon as possible on the status of the fall season.

Thank you for your continued support of the Airdrie Judo Club.