Judo Canada is proud to announce the winners of the bursary program with Sherwood Ford (AB) of “The Giant” Canadian Circuit Ranking 2022.
This program is a great success over the past years to promote the Canadian Circuit events and increase the participation of our best Canadian athletes of all ages.
This rewards our two top national performers: Jumber Meladze & Evelyn Beaton, with each a bursary of 2500$. ”Without the precious support and generosity of Mark Hicks, nothing would be possible” said CEO-HPD Nicolas Gill.
2023 is at our door and let’s hope this will motivate the young ”troops” for another cycle. Good luck to all.
Final 2022 rankings for the Sherwood Ford Grant.
Meladze Jumber ON 287
Garand Alec QC 204.5
Gaanan Raphael BC 202
Beaton Evelyn AB 305
Biron Laurence QC 252
Quach Heidi QC 201
Quick reminder of how does it work?
The top male and female performer will each receive a $2,500 bursary. In case of a tie, the bursary will be split evenly between the athletes.
25 bonus points will be awarded to an athlete who competes in 7 different competitions of the circuit (Ex: Qc Open Sr and JR is only 1 competition).
50 bonus points will be awarded to an athlete who wins 8 medals during the circuit.
75 bonus points will be awarded to an athlete who wins 9 or more medals during the circuit.
A minimum of 2 wins is required to get the full points in an event. 1 win only allows 50% of the points. Point cumulated in any weight class will count,
making it possible to change weight classes during the tour. However, the weight classes are limited to the IJF Senior weight classes.
There are no limits of events in which an athlete can compete to cumulate points.