Official website of Judo Saskatchewan

Judo Saskatchewan is a member of Sask Sport and Judo Canada, which is recognized by the International Judo Federation as the governing body of Judo in Canada.

Judo Sask - Sask Lotteries
Judo Sask - Sask Sport
Judo Sask - Judo Canada
Judo Saskatchewan - Events


Judo Saskatchewan hosts various exciting events throughout the Judo Calendar year.

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Judo Saskatchewan - Volunteering


We have many top quality coaches and referees in Saskatchewan all powered by an active volunteer base.

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Judo Saskatchewan - Membership


Membership is easy and provides you a great way to keep in contact with Judo Saskatchewan. All active Judoka (Athletes) must be Members in Good Standing.

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Recent News

New High Performance Provincial Coach

Congratulations! Josh Hagen has been hired as Judo Saskatchewan High Performance Coach, & Director of Development.  He will commence employment on September 1, 2023 and will be located in Saskatoon.

National Kata Judge Certification - Nage-No-Kata

Congratulations to Ross Kostron on earning his National Judge Certification for Nage no Kata. Judo Canada National Kata judge's seminar hosted by judo Manitoba.

New Referee Promotions 2023


  • Jack Karaim (Regina Y)-Nat A
  • Daniel Ko (Avonhurst)-Nat C
Are you interested in learning more about the pathways to becoming a referee? Check out our Referee Development information @ fill out the form linked on the Referee Page

#judosask Yudansha Grading Weekend🎉 Winter 2022


Andrew MacLeod--Sandan (3rd)
Leann Huang--Shodan (1st)
Check out the Grading Page for a full list of Judo Sask Yudansha

Congratulations to Our Athletes Awards

The following were honored by Judo Saskatchewan at an Awards Banquet on October 22, 2022

Highlights from the night include:

Most Improved Female Athlete of the Year - Avery Gibney,  Moose Jaw Koseikan Judo Club
Most improved Male Athlete of the Year - Ashton Debruyne, Regina Y Judo Club 
Darryl Potts Spirit of Judo - Ryan Potts, Ju No Ri Watrous Judo Club
Club of the Year - Regina Y Judo Club
Volunteer of the Year - Josh Wiens, Flin Flon Judo Club
Vince Seymour Memorial For dedication to Judo through Officiating - Sahara Kaip, Avonhurst Judo Club
Merv Pointer Memorial For Commitment to Coaching - Destiny Gibney, Moose Jaw Koseikan Judo Club
Jim O'Sullivan Memorial For Long Term Dedication to Judo in Saskatchewan - Dale Berglund, Moose Jaw Koseikan Judo Club


Judo Sask Team Training with Jessica Klimkait

Team Training with Jessica Klimkait! 

Come for this once in a lifetime opportunity to train with an Olympian and Former World Champion! 

Deadline to Register May 16th, 2023  Extended Deadline May 26th, 2023 - More Details Here!

Trackie Registration

Events Coming Up

Judo Sask Kata Clinic Series #5: Nage-No-Kata - Moose Jaw Koseikan Club - June 3, 2023
Trackie Registration
(More Details on the Kata Page)

Judo Sask - Spring Provincial Grading - Moose Jaw Koseikan - June 3,4, 2023 Technical Details
Trackie Registration
Application DEADLINE April 14th, 2023
Competitive Stream June 3nd
Technical Stream June 4th

Judo Sask Annual Kata Clinic with Special Guests - Sandra Hewson & Christian Royer:  - Watrous - June 17-18, 2023
(More Details on the Kata Page) Trackie Registration. (Limited Spots Available!)

Judo Sask Summer Camp - Outlook - August 4-7, 2023 Cancelled

Judo Sask Fall Camp (U14 and up) – Moose Jaw – September 29, 30  & Oct 1, 2023
Manitoba Open - Winnipeg - October 14-15, 2023

Ontario Open - Toronto - October 21-22, 2023

Québec Open - Montréal - November 11-12, 2023

Canada Cup - Montréal - November 16-19, 2023

Alberta Winter Camp - Lethbridge - December 16-17, 2023

Judo Sask Winter Camp – Watrous January 5-7, 2024

Elite Nationals - Edmonton - January 13-14, 2024

Sask Open - Regina - January 27-28, 2024

Pacific International - BC - March 2-3, 2024

Edmonton International - Edmonton - March 9-10, 2024

Upcoming Judo Sask PD Events
If you are interested in doing the Dojo Instructor course, please e-mail Dale Berglund.  If there is enough interest (8 people +), a course will be planned for this winter/spring.  Requirements are trained DA or certified DA and rank of Ikkyu.  Note:  to be certified DI, you must be Shodan or higher. For upcoming PD events for Coaches please check the NCCP page for more details.

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