Judo Saskatchewan Grading Committee

Judo uses a progression system to promote participants who have attained specific skill and knowledge proficiencies. This progression is tracked using different colours of belts. The progression system is divided in two: Kyu Grades (White to Brown) and Dan Ranks (Black).
 
The Kyu grades are defined in the Mudansha (Kyu) grade syllabus and are administered by clubs across the country.  These levels are designed to progressively learn judo techniques and culture. 
 
Dan grades include 10 degrees starting from the black belt (Shodan). These degrees were created in order to perfect the techniques and to develop the culture of judo.  Dan grades are defined in the Yudansha (Dan) grade syllabus and are administered by Judo Canada Grading Committee and Provincial /Territorial Grading Committees. 

Judo Saskatchewan Grading Process Guidelines


Last updated Jan 15, 2022.

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Judan

Kudan

Hachidan

Shichidan

Rokudan

Godan

 

Berglund, Dale

Bergey Kaip, Kimberly

Karaim, Robb

Beaumont, Robert

Cook, Brian

Shinmura, Toshi

Yondan

Sandan

Nidan

Pattison, Pat

Renouf John

Heaton, Harry

Doige, Blair

Jewitt-Filteau, Nancy

Weins, William

Schneider, Kate

Burnett, Brady

Soares, Mike

Ibanez, Ralph

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hattum-Snider, Lorna

Dornstauder, Chris

Horvey, Michael

Kostron, Ross

Miller, Grant

Karaim, Maxx

Karaim, Jack

Ko, Daniel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clark, Shane

Clark, Susan

Rivers, Garth

Miller, Glen

MacDonald, Vernon

Kozlowski, Melvin

Taylor, Blair

Seib, Warren

MacLeod, Andrew

Hoffarth, Tristin

Hodgson, Chris

Lalonde, Ezra

Skaf, Aidan

Nelson, Jeff

Berglund, Ann Marie

Tatler, Fred

 

Shodan

 

Taylor, Victor (TV)

Laturnus Stephanie

Burnett, Keon

Chartrand, Blaine

Gendzwill, Neil

Sommerfeld, Bishop

Ferrence, Christien

Bowie, Carol

McKay, Deborah

Litzenberger, Chad

Dornstauder, Dianne

Li, Alex

Kuba, John

Suberlak, Curtis

Wallace, Jennifer

Wanamaker, April

Litzenberger, Maximus

Stringer, Tyrell

Burton, Russell

Litzenberger, Euan

Smook, Mike

Gibney, Destiny

Hartley, John

Horley, Michael

Irvine, James

Irvine, Jeffery

Orescanin, Dan

Wiens, Joshua