The FLOQ is happy to announce that combat sports now have the green light from public health to resume indoor combat training (in groups of 4 partners).

 Thank you to all the combat sports federations for uniting their voices for a gradual resumption of our activities and to the Government of Quebec for receiving our requests.

Stay vigilant, keep following the rules, the objective is to increase that bubble of 4 people in the next phase.

The 2020-2021 season is starting, submit your new registration forms!!!

 Visit the website for the new registration forms and consent forms:



Coaches /officials:

 Communicate with us if you have any questions:

 Noel Tremblay – coordonnateur:

 Martine Dugrenier – directrice générale:


Return to Training Phase 3

(Groups of 4 partners, same 4 partners for the entire phase 3)

The restrictions and health rules are as follows:

A) Make sure each athlete brings:

  • Health questionnaire
  • Consent Form
  • A bottle of water
  • A bottle of hand sanitizer
  • A towel
  • A sports bag to put personal effects

B) Follow sanitary measures, wearing a mask when traveling indoors.

C) Arrive already dressed ready to practice in clean clothes.

D) Sanitize hands at the entrance to the building and at the entrance to the wrestling room.

E) Leave outdoor shoes outside of the wrestling room.

F) Put on wrestling shoes once inside the wrestling room.

G) Clean the wrestling mats before and after each session:

H) Work in groups of 4 (same group of 4 partners designated to train together untilthe next phase) on a designated area.

I) Designate surfaces using a tape for each group while maintaining a reasonable distance.

J) No parent, companion and spectator will be allowed in the wrestling room. Only coaches and athletes will have access to the wrestling room.

K) If possible provide a different entry and exit point to and from the wrestling room.

L) Determine a training schedule for all groups, schedule a period to disinfect the mat between each group.

M) Take attendance of participants in all training sessions.

N) Athletes should leave immediately after training.

O) Access to changing rooms must be limited and a mask must be worn in the changing room.

P) Minimize the use of public transportation.

Q) Outbreak protocol.




 Coaching Development

Please contact Noel Tremblay at if you are interested in becoming a coach completing your competition Introduction Part A+B course.

Please send in the following information.

Name Phone # Email


UWW Free Webinars

 Please follow the link below to see all of United World Wrestling free webinars. UWW is providing weekly webinars that are completely free. Most of their webinars are for coaching and officiating development.



National Coaches Week

National Coaches Week is a time to celebrate the positive impact coaches have on athletes and their communities across Canada. The annual campaign is an opportunity to recognize coaches for the integral role they play by taking the time to say #ThanksCoach.

Enjoy FREE or discounted NCCP education: During National Coaches Week, coaches can diversify their coaching knowledge with free or discounted NCCP education. Connect with your local P/TCR, or National Sport Organization to learn more about their National Coaches Week events, or log into the Locker to access specific eLearning modules for free from September 19-27, 2020.




United World Wrestling – We Will Wrestle Again

UWW has teamed up with global supplier Nike for the “We Will Wrestle Again” campaign. The effort is focused on providing financial relief to wrestling organizations impacted by the global pandemic.

“We Will Wrestle Again” aims to maximize the reach of UWW and Nike to raise money via t-shirt sales and direct the relief to National Federations, host-cities, and other grassroots activities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Purchase your #WeWillWrestleAgain t-shirt by visiting UWW’s online store at

Watch the inspirational Video Here:




Wrestling Canada Lutte

You can now find a variety of resources on the WCL website which will provide strategies to help cope with the COVID-19 pandemic: resources/.

Additional athlete resources are available at . Please use the following password to access the resources.

Password: WCLathletes



Signs or symptoms – Assistance

If you are worried about COVID‑19 or if you have flu-like symptoms or gastroenteritis symptoms or similar to COVID‑19, you can call 418-644-4545514-644-4545450-644-4545819-644-4545 and 1-877-644-4545 (toll free) elsewhere in Québec. For the hearing impaired (TTY), call 1-800-361 9596 (toll free).



Sport’Aide – Covid-19

Sport’Aide vous propose son offre de service élargie afin de vous aider à faire face au contexte du Coronavirus COVID-19.

  • Sylvain Guimond, Jean-Luc Brassard, Cindy Ouellet et Karen Paquin) invitant les jeunes sportifs, leurs parents et entraîneurs à contacter Sport’Aide s’ils vivent de l’anxiété ou s’ils sont besoin de parler de leur situation;
  • Liens utiles:

Ligne téléphonique et SMS: 1-833 211 AIDE (2433)