Annual Tennis Classic reaches new heights
Posted on January 7, 2020 by
Author: Daniel Smajovits. Photography: EL3VATE Media
Maccabi Canada's 16th edition of the Mike Yuval Maccabi Canada Tennis Classic was the sweetest one yet, raising $36,000 for the organization’s Adopt an Athlete program.
More than 80 participants, volunteers and supporters once again spent a recent Sunday afternoon at the Nun’s Island Tennis Club, helping continue Maccabi Canada’s longest running fundraiser. Leading the charge were this year’s co-chairs: Francine Bishinsky and San...
A unique experience for Jewish athletes from around the world
Posted on August 30, 2019 by
Maccabi Canada was fortunate to participate in two games this summer. The most powerful of both games occurred on Shabbat. Read More…...
Maccabi Canada’s Alumnus Competes in Canadian Open
Posted on June 23, 2019 by
Ben Silverman, Gold medalist at the 2013 Maccabiah Games, recently competed at the RBC Canadian Open in front of friends and family and finished in a very impressive tie for 20th place! Way to go Ben! To read more......
Maccabi Athletes make the list of the best Jewish Athletes
Posted on May 26, 2019 Author: Paul Lungen, Staff Reporter CJN.
Whether it’s on the track, in a ring, on a tennis court or on a baseball diamond, Jews have competed against the best of the best. Each of the following athletes has been at the top of their sport. Read More......
Blues Hoops Adds Trivedi to Coaching Staff
Posted on May 1, 2019 Author: University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
Madhav Trivedi, Assistant Heach Coach of the U19 Boys Team and Open Men's Team that represented Canada at the 2013 and 2017 Maccabiah Games in Israel, respectively, was appointed to the Varsity Blues Basketball coaching staff as lead assistant coach. Read more......
Orlov named Varsity Blues Soccer Head Coach
Posted on January 19, 2019 Author: UofT Varsity Blues.
A member of Canada's 2013 Maccabiah Bronze medal Open Men's Soccer team, 2011 Open Soccer team representing Canada at the Pan American Maccabi Games in Brazil, and member of the accomplished Maccabi Canada's Toronto men's team, Ilya Orlov is named Head Coach for University of Toronto Varsity Blues Soccer. Read more......
Brahm Faber, Honoured at the Mike Yuval Maccabi Canada Tennis Classic
Posted on January 4, 2019 Author: Daniel Smajovits. Photography: EL3VATE Media
With two-time Maccabiah Games gold medalist Brahm Faber as the guest of honour, Maccabi Canada’s Quebec Region continued an annual tradition recently with the 15th edition of the Mike Yuval Maccabi Canada Tennis Classic.
More than 100 participants, volunteers and supporters came together at the Nuns’ Island Tennis Club to honour Faber while raising $47,000 for Maccabi Canada’s Adopt an Athlete program. This year’s event was co-chaired by Jeff Friedman, Francine Brock and Sandor Steinb...
Roy Salomon inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
Posted on December 19, 2018 Author: Paul Lungen, CJN Staff Reporter. Photography: Maccabi Canada
“I feel very honoured,” said Salomon. “There are a lot of wonderful people in the Maccabi movement.”
A former president of Maccabi Canada, Salomon’s involvement with the organization dates back to 1969, when he participated in the Maccabiah Games as an athlete. Read more......
Maccabi Mens Team captures 4th TSSL premier league title
Posted on November 14, 2018 Author: Maccabi Canada. Photography: Maccabi Canada
Stuck in fourth place at the halfway point in the season, the Maccabi Mens team pulled up their socks and finished with a 7-0-2 record en route to capturing the highly competitive TSSL Premier crown. The program has captured 4 of the last 5 league titles.
The nucleus of the this team has won over 25 titles in the last 12 years in the OSL, TSSL, and Hangar indoor leagues. The majority of the players have represented Canada at the Maccabiah Games in the open competition.
In 2018, the...
Maccabi U17 Team captures CAF Mens Soccer Title
Posted on Author: Maccabi Canada. Photography: Maccabi Canada
Maccabi’s U17 Rep Soccer team entered the CAF Mens league this summer to continue their competitive soccer play. The league appeals to athletes as it offers the flexibility to accommodate players who spend time at camp or participated in Israel youth programs.
Coach Jason Mausberg, who has been coaching this team for the last eight years, set realistic goals to finish in the top four this year.
The season started off slowly, opening with a loss followed by one win and two ties. But, as h...