Antoine Valois-Fortier Judoka
Antoine Valois-Fortier
Antoine Valois-Fortier
Country: Canada | Born: 13 March 1990 (32 years)
Canadian judo coach Antoine Valois-Fortier won the Olympic Games bronze in London 2012, in Rio he finished seventh. Valois-Fortier fought in the 2014 World Championships final vs Tchrikishvili and took bronze in 2015 and 2019 in the Budokan in Tokyo. He won 25 World Cup medals. In 2017 he won gold at the Grand Prix in Hohhot. Antoine took bronze at the Grand Prix in Tbilisi and Antalya in 2019. He took silver at the Grand Prix in Montreal and Zagreb and retired in December 2021 becomeing national coach of Canada to embark on a new Olympic cycle leading to Paris.
Competitions - Medal overview
Event
 
Olympic Games 0 0 1
World Championships 0 1 2
Continental Championships 3 3 3
IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix 2 5 7
World Cups/Continental Open 2 6 3
European Cup Seniors 1 1 0
International Tournaments 5 3 2
National Championships Seniors 2 0 2
National Championships Juniors 2 0 0
National Championships Cadets 1 0 1
Event Olympic Games
Event World Championships
Event Continental Championships
Event IJF World Tour: Masters/Grand Slam/Grand Prix
Event World Cups/Continental Open
Event European Cup Seniors
Event International Tournaments
Event National Championships Seniors
Event National Championships Juniors
Event National Championships Cadets
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