The Fernie Judo Club celebrates the end of another successful season.

Fernie Judo Club wraps up 29th season

The Fernie Judo Club ended their competitive season this past weekend by participating in the‘Katsuta Kup’ judo tournament.

The Fernie Judo Club ended their competitive season this past weekend by traveling to Raymond Alberta and participating in the annual ‘Katsuta Kup’ judo tournament.  With close to 200 competitors from Alberta attending, each of the eight Fernie competitors came home with medals.

Fernie provincial team member Kara Goodman will end her judo season on May 13 and 14 when she competes in the Canadian Judo Championships being held in Calgary, Alta.

The Fernie Judo Club will resume their training activities in September when they will celebrate their 30th year of offering recreational and competitive training of the Olympic sport of judo to the community.

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