Jacob Valois Judoka

Jacob Valois

Jacob Valois

  • Country:Canada
  • Born:3 July 1998 (21 years)
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Canadian judoka Jacob Valois won the Asian Open in Hong Kong in 2018. He won the Canadian Elite title in 2017 U66kg and took bronze in 2018. He took silver at the Belgian Open in Vise in 2018 and won the Coupe de Canada and Quebec Open. In Canada he won the Coupe Canada Cup Juniors in Montreal in 2018. He took a bronze medal at the Pan American Championship in 2019 in Lima. He took a bronze medal at the Grand Prix in Montreal.
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Canada moves forward with PanAm Games ahead

11 Jul 2019 11:20

After the success of the Grand Prix in Montreal, Canada will be represented by 7 athletes at the Pan American Games held in Lima, in Peru, from July 26 to August 11. It will be a golden opportunity for athletes to live the experience of a major-Game tournament. Read more

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Kherlen Ganbold wins fourth major title

6 Jul 2019 11:20

Ganbold Kherlen of Mongolia won his third Grand Prix. In the final U66kg at the Grand Prix in Montreal Ganbold was opposed to Kenneth Van Gansbeke of Belgium, who so far had no record on the international scene. Read more

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Jacob Valois wins gold for Canada in Hong Kong

2 Dec 2018 00:05

Two Canadian athletes stood on the podium Saturday at the Hong Kong Asian Open. Jacob Valois had a perfect day and was the crowned champion in U66kg, and Hakim Chala won a bronze medal during his second international senior tournament in U60kg. Read more

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Toma Nikiforov celebrates fourth gold in Visé with home crowd

5 Feb 2018 07:45

Who else than Toma Nikiforov became the winner again at the international Belgian Adidas Judo Open in Visé. Nikiforov, the bronze medallist at the World Open Championships defended his title successfully after defeating Karl-Richard Frey in the final U100kg on Sunday. It was a very welcome victory as Belgium didn’t win any other medal. Germany proved to have the strongest judoka. Read more

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Jessica Klimkait outstanding at Canadian Elite Championships

8 Jan 2017 13:55

The Elite National Championships got off to an exciting start on Saturday at Montreal’s Gadbois Centre, where the presence of Olympic athletes heightened the buzz. Fourteen Canadian champions were crowned during the first day of the competition, which brought together the country’s best senior category athletes. Read more

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Result City Date
3Montreal5 Jul
3Lima25 Apr
7Rome16 Feb
3Visé3 Feb
1Montreal12 Jan

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