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-73 kg Arthur Karpukov Québec-66 kg Frédéric De Cardaillac QuébecCadet-aged athletes will take to the tatami on Friday to open the event, while junior-aged athletes will compete 24 hours later. Mixed team competitions in both categories will be held on Sunday to conclude the first weekend of exciting judo action at these Pan-American and Oceania Championships.-73 kg Elisey Sokolov Ontario-57 kg Catherine Toshkov Québec-73 kg Nicolas Villa ManitobaBoys – Cadet-57 kg Alyssa Tkachenko OntarioThe Canadian team that will take part in the Senior section of the competition will be announced on September 11.-57 kg Mahée Savoie New Brunswick-60 kg Luka Tsatsalashvili Ontario+78 kg Brandi Lingley New BrunswickBoys – Junior-70 kg Charline Bourque Québec-90 kg Alec Garand Québec-70 kg Nova Rotbart British Columbia-90 kg Oleksansdr Kaplin Nova Scotia-48 kg Charlize-Isabelle Medilo AlbertaJudo Canada is proud to announce the Canadian athletes who have been selected in the Cadet and Junior categories. The country’s 38 judokas will be led by an experienced coaching team consisting of Ewan Beaton, Alexandre Emond, Jeremy Le Bris, Sasha Mehmedovic and Vitaly Polyansky, who between them have six Olympic Games appearances to their credit.-48 kg Heidi Quach Québec-81 kg Yehor Paladii Ontario-66 kg Fahd Fithane Québec-70 kg Laurence Biron Québec-70 kg Kiera Burt Ontario+100 kg John Jr Messe A Bessong QuébecGirls – Cadet-52 kg Leanna Au British Columbia-52 kg Leanna Au British Columbia-81 kg Jumber Meladze Ontario-52 kg Evelyn Beaton Alberta

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