Sportif 2018 Selection Standards

Judo Alberta will be taking a group of Canada Winter Games athletes to Sportif International 2018 for a competition and training tour.

Approximate Dates: March 28, 2018 to April 04, 2018

Maximum of 25 Alberta athletes will be selected for this training tour (funded / self-funded)

CWG Funded Athletes

(Funding Amount to be determined)
A ranking list will be developed from the following competitions.

2018 Elite National

2017 QC Open

2017 ONT Open

1st 2nd 3rd 5th 7th
5pts 4pts 3pts 2pts 1pt

• If you are the only athlete in your weight division, you receive 1 point
• Must win 1 fight to receive points if there are more than one person in the division

Minimum Training Standards 2017-2018 season

1 x National Training Camps
2 x Provincial Camps
BC Inter-Provincial Camp – Invermere, BC

Judo Canada will also have a athletes from Lethbridge RTC attending this event and other RTCs in Canada.

Self-Funded Athletes:

U18 / U21 athletes from Alberta who are not selected for this event are invited to attend this event. Athletes attending this event should be a medallist previous National Championships or Quebec Opens or Ontario Opens or can be recommended by the Judo Alberta Coach Committee.


Attending an international event should not replace any provincial or domestic developmental events. This is a great event for athletes who have been competing at the national level and are serious about training and performance.

Self-Funded Coaches:

Judo Alberta will accept self-funded club coaches. Club coaches who are interested in this event should attend a minimum of 2 x provincial camps, BC interprovincial camp.

Coaches needed to be recommended by their judo clubs to the Judo Alberta Coach Committee


Cost: $2,000.00-$2,500.00 – flights, accommodations, transport, etc


$1,500.00 non-refundable deposit (Approximate Cost of the plane ticket)

Ewan Beaton HP Judo Alberta Coach
Phone: (403) 892-6099