Hello my name Warren Seib and I have been doing judo for 16 years. I started when I was seven years old at the Watrous Ju-no-ri judo club and from there I have trained at clubs in Saskatoon, Lloydminster, Lethbridge and for 3 years now I have been training at the National Training Center in Montreal. For the last two years I have been lucky enough to have a passionate and knowledgeable training partner in my good friend Zach Burt. My role model is Ewan Beaton due to his unparalleled work ethic and fierce competitiveness, its thanks to him that I am trying to take the next step in my judo career. I fight in the under 73 kilogram category, my goals are to make the Canadian National Team and to fight for Canada at the Senior World Championships. I enjoy reading books and playing almost every other sport and during the summer I return to Saskatchewan to work on my parents farm.
Career Successes and Highlights.
Silver Medal Canada Winter Games 2011
Bronze Medal Quebec Open Senior
Bronze Medal Ontario Open Senior
Canadian National Developmental Team for the past 2 years
Participating in the Tokyo Grand Slam Camp, Paris Grand Slam Training Camp, and Nymburk Camp