A Sporting Event during Canada Pride Montréal 2017
The integration of a sports tournament into the Canada Pride Montréal 2017 program of activities stems from the desire to represent the many facets of the LGBTTIQ2S community. Sport has been an integral part of the emancipation of our communities, especially in Montréal, where there have been LGBTTIQ2S sports organizations since 1980. In the decades since the Olympic Games in 1976, the city has hosted a multitude of national and international sporting events, including the 1st World Outgames Montréal 2006.
The goal of the tournament is to rekindle the flame of international sport and showcase LGBTTIQ2S sport within the framework of the first edition of Canada Pride Montréal 2017. In partnership with various members of Équipe Montréal, the sports tournament will be held at the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex on August 12 and 13, 2017. This state-of-the-art multisport centre will group together all sporting events in one place and allow athletes to enjoy high-quality facilities.
Athletes can participate in any of the following sports:
- Water Polo
Following two days of competing and striving for personal best, the spirit of camaraderie continues with a celebration in the festive atmosphere of the first T-Dance on Sunday, August 13, 2017. Participants will have access to a private space and a free barbecue.
Registration begins in April, 2017. Follow all the latest news about the sports tournament. For any questions about the event, please contact us at: [email protected]
The G-Bleus badminton club is proud to invite you to it’s tournament including 4 categories (singles/doubles, men/women), based on the rules sanctioned by Badminton Quebec. Prior to the competition, our organisation reserves the right to modify or add rules … Levels A and B+ will play with feather shuttlecocks, while levels B- and C will play with plastic shuttlecocks. Depending on the number of participants, the competition should be held over two days.
- A = international advanced players
- B+ = competitive level, players with several years of experience
- B- = recreative with experience of competition
- C = recreative without experience of competition
For its 15th anniversary, Montréal Tennis Lambda joins with Montréal Pride to celebrate the first edition of Canada Pride Montréal 2017. To mark the occasion, the club has taken on the challenge of organizing two tournaments in one month. The club’s expertise in the organization of events earned them a nomination in the category of “best tournament organization” by the GLTA (Gay and Lesbian Tennis Association) for the 2015 Queen’s Cup.
Tennis Lambda invites all tennis players to come and celebrate Pride, both on the court and on the dance floor. The tournament will take place on 12 outdoor courts at the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex on August 12 and 13, 2017. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the sports facilities during breaks and to attend the other sports competitions that will be taking place at the same time. Enjoy a friendly Montréal welcome and warm up for the 24th edition of the Queen’s Cup, which will be held from September 1 to 4, 2017.
VOLLEY BORÉAL, Montréal’s LGBT volleyball club, invites you to take part in Canada Pride’s first Volleyball Tournament, which will be held during the first pride weekend, from August 11 to 13, 2017. It will be an action-packed, fun-filled weekend and a unique opportunity to experience the warmth and joie de vivre for which Montrealers are world-renowned. It’s an event not to be missed!!!
Fierte Canada’s tournament is a competitive tournament. AA-A-BB teams will all be playing together in the first qualifying round. Then, the teams will be divided into pools with opponents of the same level of play. The players do not have to be ranked or to be members of an association to participate.
B-C teams (Strong REC and REC teams) will all be playing together in the first qualifying round. Then, the teams will be divided into pools with opponents of the same level of play. The players do not have to be ranked or to be members of an association to participate.
This year, Quebec’s one and only LGBT waterpolo team, les Phoques fantastiques, is proud to team up with Pride Canada for its annual waterpolo tournament. We invite LGBT teams and allies from all over the country (and the world!) to celebrate pride and sports and to register a team in one of our two divisions: competitive and recreative. The tournament will be held on August 11–13, 2017.