Junior Inter-Club Meet - July 8, 2018

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Junior Inter-Club Meet - July 8, 2018

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Fundraising for Building a Sport Center in Tecate, Mexico!

Date: July 8, 2018 Time: 10:00-13:00
Location: SFU Central Gym
Lorne Davies Complex
8888 Gaglardi Way, Burnaby

Entry Fee: $20 per child + $5.00 for the SFU climbing wall lesson (if interested)
Climbing wall is limited to 20 people due to staffing limitations.

See below for more details.

Registration Options:

SFU Police Judo Inter-Club Sunday Meet!

Fundraising for Building a Sport Center in Tecate, Mexico!


To provide an opportunity for young judoka and beginning of the judo experience learning Judo matches and rules in a fun and friendly family setting. All registration fees, climbing wall lesson, and Police Judo shirts sales will go directly to fund the building of a Sports Center for the kids in Tecate, Mexico. The volunteer coaches of Police Judo are funding their own travel and expenses from July 15-21, 2018 to help run the judo activities and build the sport center. Every dollar raised goes towards the cause of helping less privileged youth.

All the participants will receive a Police Judo Certificate and Judo souvenir.

U10/U12/U14 with minimal of Yellow-White Belt

$20 per child + $5.00 for SFU climbing wall lesson (if interested) 


  • For U10/U12 – 2 min matches with multiple Ippons; youth will be organized by their weight and experience. Maximum 3-4 kids per group.
  • For U14- 3 min. matches as per Judo Canada tournament sanctioning policy

Contact Chin-I (chinihsiang@gmail.com) if you have any questions about the event.

  • Have fun

  • Meet judo friends

  • Challenge yourself

  • Give back

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Police Judo logo.jpg


In June 2017, on the second annual trip, a group of Police Judo volunteers paid on their own travel expenses and under the leadership of  VPD Cst. Al Kussat and his wife Naomi, embarked on the  incredibly rewarding experience of running weeklong Police Judo sport activities along with delivering drug awareness education to over 1,000 youth in the Mexican border towns of Tecate and Ensenada. An incredible trip to the top of the Baja, filled with some amazing highlights including meeting government officials in Ensenada, and working on a plan to provide the kids of Tecate with a sports stadium so we can return and run Police Judo camps. Kudos to all the participants, as this is self-funded and a trip driven by volunteer work.