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2019 Canada Winter Games – Judo and Archery Schedule at Westerner Park for February 27

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019  – Due to the number of matches scheduled at 10 am, we created a separate post for Judo and Archery 
09:00 Archery Recurve – Individual Female Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
09:00 Archery Recurve – Individual Male Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
09:00 Archery Recurve – Team Mix Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Caleigh Takara Kuramoto vs Hailey Peddle Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 002 – Anne-Clara Guérin vs Kelley Mills Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 003 – Alyssandra Phoebe Manuel vs Elysia Kehrig Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 004 – Destiny Hayes vs Kiera Westlake Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Quarter Finals – Encounter 101 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Quarter Finals – Encounter 102 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Quarter Finals – Encounter 103 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Quarter Finals – Encounter 104 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Semifinals – Encounter 201 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Semifinals – Encounter 202 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage A – Encounter 401 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage A – Encounter 402 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage A – Encounter 403 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage A – Encounter 404 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage B – Encounter 501 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Repechage B – Encounter 502 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Finals – Encounter 601 – Bronze Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Finals – Encounter 602 – Bronze Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Samia Boussarhane vs Shannon Elizabeth Caines Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 002 – Isabelle Harris vs Loren Enman Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 003 – Rachel Krapman vs Rebecca Villa Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 004 – Greta Goasdoue-Wallace vs Vanessa Caouette Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 101 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 102 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 103 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 104 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 401 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 402 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 403 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 404 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage B – Repechage 501 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Repechage B – Repechage 502 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries A – Encounter 001 – Alexandria LeFort vs Ilhem Ouali Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries A – Encounter 003 – Brae Booth vs Ilhem Ouali Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries A – Encounter 005 – Alexandria LeFort vs Brae Booth Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries B – Encounter 002 – Bailey Doerfler vs Jenna Nystrom Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries B – Encounter 004 – Bailey Doerfler vs Keeley Hussey Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Preliminaries B – Encounter 006 – Jenna Nystrom vs Keeley Hussey Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Semifinals – Encounter 301 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Semifinals – Encounter 302 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Brandi Danielle Lingley vs Nessa Keays Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 101 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 102 – Dakota Florence Webb vs Natalie Freake Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 103 – Coralie Godbout vs emma mullett Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Quarter Finals – Quarter Finals 104 – Alicia Thomas vs Emilie Townsend Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Semifinals – Semifinals 201 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Semifinals – Semifinals 202 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 401 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 402 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 403 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage A – Repechage 404 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage B – Repechage 501 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Repechage B – Repechage 502 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Braeden Woodford vs Lochlan Gary Young Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 002 – Connor Steele vs Loïc Cassista Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 003 – Dylan Tully vs VICTOR GOUGEON-GAZÉ Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 004 – GHRANDOZZ AGUILAR vs Kristopher Robert LaFrance Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 005 – Justin Ekosky vs Keagan Young Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 101 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 102 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 103 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 104 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 201 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 202 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 211 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 212 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 213 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 214 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 401 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 402 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 403 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 404 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage C – Encounter 501 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Repêchage C – Encounter 502 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Noah Thomas John Latimer vs Rowen Kingston Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 002 – Daniel vs Samuel Nadeau Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 003 – Adam Mccarthy vs Taylor Althouse Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 101 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 102 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 103 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Quarter Finals – Encounter 104 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 201 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 202 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repechage A – Encounter 401 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repechage A – Encounter 402 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repechage A – Encounter 403 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repechage A – Encounter 404 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 501 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Repêchage B – Encounter 502 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 001 – Ijob Hamraev vs Sasha Tanasiuk Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 002 – Jadon Zayith Leenders vs Martin Penchev Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 003 – Ian Ryder vs Owen Macumber Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Preliminaries – Encounter 004 – Marcus Jeremy Wheaton vs Wilson Elliot Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 201 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Semifinals – Encounter 202 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 211 Westerner Park
10:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Repêchage A – Encounter 212 Westerner Park
13:30 Archery Compound – Individual Female Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
13:30 Archery Compound – Individual Male Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
13:30 Archery Compound – Team Mix Qualifying – Round 2 Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Semifinals – Semifinals 201 Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Semifinals – Semifinals 202 Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Finals – Encounter 601- Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Finals – Encounter 602- Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Finals – Encounter 221 Bronze medal Westerner Park
14:00 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Finals – Encounter 222 bronze medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 57 kg Female Finals – Gold medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Finals – Final 601 – Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Finals – Final 602 – Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 70 kg Female Finals – Gold Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Finals – Final 201 – Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Finals – Final 202 – Bronze Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual + 70 kg Female Finals – Final 301 – Gold Medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 73 kg Male Finals – Gold medal Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Finals – Bronze Medal 601 Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Finals – Bronze Medal 602 Westerner Park
14:30 Judo Individual + 81 kg Male Finals – Gold medal Westerner Park
15:00 Judo Individual – 63 kg Female Finals – Final 301 – Gold medal Westerner Park
15:00 Judo Individual – 81 kg Male Finals – Gold Medal Westerner Park

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Gift that keeps giving: 35 Alberta non-profits funded through the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund

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From the Canada Games Council

LEGACIES OF THE 2019 CANADA WINTER GAMES CONTINUE TO GROW

Legacy Fund Society awards legacy funds to not-for-profits across Alberta

The 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society has awarded the financial legacy from the 2019 Games to not-for-profit sport and community organizations across Alberta.

“The Legacy Fund Society is pleased to announce that we have awarded $655,000 in grants to 35 not-for-profit sport and community organizations across Alberta,” said Guy Pelletier, Legacy Fund Society Chair. “The grants support a wide variety of projects across the province. These organizations and their respective projects build on the numerous legacies of the 2019 Games.”

Through a grant application process in early 2021, the Legacy Fund Society received and reviewed funding requests for 200 projects from nearly 150 organizations at a value of over $7.1 million.‍

“The response to our call for applications was phenomenal. There was no shortage of meaningful and innovative projects,” said Pelletier.

“The 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer were truly transformative and continue to foster meaningful legacies across Alberta,” said Kelly-Ann Paul, Senior Vice-President of Host Relations at the Canada Games Council. “These legacy grants will enrich and uplift organizations and communities as we strive to strengthen the fabric of Canada through the power of sport.”

Requests for funding were reviewed and evaluated based on their alignment with the values of the 2019 Games and distributed in four categories: athlete and coach or official development; infrastructure or equipment development or acquisition; sport development capacity building; and non-sport or discretionary projects.

The following is a listing of the organizations who were awarded funding:

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2019 Canada Winter Games Chair Lyn Radford Wins STC Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award

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From the Canada Games Council

Lyn Radford, Chair of the 2019 Canada Winter Games, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Sport Tourism Canada (STC) Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award.

The presentation of the 2020 PRESTIGE awards, postponed from last year, were hosted virtually as a gala on-line production. The presentation was hosted by Olympian, World Cup medallist and CBC Broadcaster Kelly VanderBeek.

The STC Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of an individual’s volunteer efforts during the hosting of one or more sport events in Canada in 2019.

Lyn Radford Background and Accomplishments

-Lyn Radford served as the Chair of the 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society from 2014 – 2019

-Lyn oversaw the leadership, planning, execution, governance, and fundraising of the 2019 Canada Games, while serving as the primary spokesperson for the organization

-She is the first singular female Chairperson of a Host Society in Canada Games history

Lyn has volunteered her time to other major events throughout Red Deer and Alberta including the following:

  • 2003, 2006 and 2007 Bid Committee member for Alberta & Western Canada Games
  • Committee member for 2013 Memorial Cup Bid
  • Chair of the 2006 Alberta Summer Games
  • Directed the 2010 Olympic Torch Celebration
  • Served as a Director for 1998 Alberta Winter Games
  • Served as a Director for the 2004 and 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
  • Served as a Director for the inaugural 2013 Tour of Alberta cycling race
  • Served as Capital Campaign Chair for Red Deer’s Ronald McDonald House
  • Founding member of both the Alberta Sport Development Centre – Central and the Red Deer Leadership Centre
  • Served on the Alberta Sport Connection as the Provincial Games Chair
  • Served as a Director on Red Deer College’s Board of Governors

Lyn has been recognized through various other awards including:

  • 2005 Alberta Centennial Medal for Volunteer Service
  • 2006 Toyota Never Quit Award
  • 2007 Mayors Award of Distinction for Volunteer Service
  • Red Deer’s 2009 Citizen of the Year
  • 2011 Women of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Award winner
  • Governor General of Canada 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
  • 2019 City of Red Deer Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2019 honorary bachelor of interdisciplinary studies degree
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“The 2019 Canada Winter Games were an incredible event that showcased our nation’s top amateur athletes and left behind a legacy of infrastructure, sustainability, and community pride in Red Deer. Lyn Radford was the driving force behind how successful these Games were, and we are grateful for the years of hard work and dedication she invested in the 2019 Canada Winter Games. The Canada Games are stronger than ever because of Lyn, and we’re thrilled that she’s being recognized for all of her accomplishments.”

Evan Johnston, Chair, Canada Games Council

“Congratulations to Lyn on being recognized  by Sport Tourism as the Sport Event Volunteer of the Year.  What a well deserved honor. Lyn has worked tirelessly as a volunteer for all of her adult life. No task is too small or too large for her to tackle. But the legacy of her volunteerism goes deeper than just her own involvement in a myriad of activities and events. She leads, motivates, encourages, cajoles and celebrates in such an infectious manner that the result is literally thousands of people who are giving back to their community because of her passion for commitment. The 2019 Canada Winter Games was just one of many opportunities for her to lead others to impact our community. I am sure all of the nominees have been involved in their events because of an intrinsic motivation to make a difference.  And Lyn was no different. Her motivation is never about self but about transforming community and people. During one day in the preparation for the Games, Lyn made an important presentation to our political leaders in the morning, helped with the orientation of volunteers in the afternoon and then was found hanging ornamental snowflakes from the light posts of main street in the evening. She exemplifies the saying ‘life is short-do stuff that matters-for and with others.”

Hugh McPherson, Vice Chair, 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society

“Thank you to Sport Tourism Canada for recognizing the 2019 Canada Winter Games, and the hard work of our “force-to-be-reckoned with” Chair, Lyn Radford. This award recognizes the leadership, strength and fortitude demonstrated by our Chair, Lyn Radford and CEO, Scott Robinson, and the more than 5,000 incredible community volunteers. We made this once-in-a-lifetime moment ours, as individuals, as a community, and as a country in pursuit of possibilities. Congratulations Lyn on this prestigious award.”

Tara Veer, Mayor of Red Deer

About the Canada Games

Held once every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games are the largest multi-sport event in Canada for up and coming amateur athletes. Each Games features two weeks of competition, between 16 – 19 sports, approximately 3,400 summer and 2,350 winter athletes, and over 4,000 volunteers. Hosted in every province at least once since their inception in Quebec City in 1967, the Games are proud of their contribution to Canada’s sport development system in addition to their lasting legacy of sport facilities, community pride and national unity.

The organization of the Canada Games is made possible thanks to the contribution and support of the Government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, host municipalities and the Canada Games Council.

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