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Greco-Roman wrestling wraps up the 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships

April 07, 2024

MISSISSAUGA— The final day of the 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships (U19, U17, U15) concluded from the Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex in Mississauga, Ontario on April 7 with Greco-Roman Wrestling for men and women in all three age groups.


The U19 Provincial awards went to British Columbia on the men’s side and Ontario on the women’s side. Awards for the Top Clubs were claimed by Guru Gobind Singh WC for the men and Alberta Elite Women’s WC for the women. Harjot Singh, from Rustom WC, earned Most Outstanding Wrestler winning the men’s 80kg, while Paige Veloso, from Alberta Elite Women’s WC, won the women’s 69kg to claim Most Outstanding Wrestler.


In the U17 age group, it was B.C. who took the top honours for the men and women with the Provincial Team Awards. The Club Awards went to Coast Wrestling Academy for both the men and women. Most Outstanding Wrestler awards were given to Heyten Bal, from Canadian Mal WC, who won the 92kg men’s weight class and Myla Blackshaw, from Matmen WC, who took gold in the women’s 57kg.


Finally, in the U15 age group, B.C. was victorious taking the Provincial Team Award on both the men’s and women’s side. The Club Team awards were won by Canadian Mal WC for the men and Independent WC for the women. The Most Outstanding Wrestlers for the age group were Kobe Lorne, from The ROC, who won the men’s 48kg weight class and Ceola Kelly, from Coast WC, who won gold in the women’s 42kg.

For full results, by weight classes, visit the tournament site.

Photos from the Canadian Wrestling Championships can be found here.

That does it for the 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships. Wrestling Canada Lutte would like to thank the host organizing committee, the Ontario Amateur Wrestling Association, the City of Mississauga, Visit Mississauga, the Province of Ontario, Matmen Wrestling Club, all volunteers, staff, coaches and most importantly the athletes for a great week. If you missed any of the action, you can find all streams from the event on FloWrestling.

The next national championship will be the U23 Canadian Wrestling Championship and World Team Trials (Senior, non-Olympic Weights), May 25-26 in Calgary. WCL looks forward to seeing the wrestling community again at this event.