Cory Niefer finished in 38th and 46th place in the 50m rifle prone and the 10m air rifle respectively in his first Olympic Games appearance at London 2012.
In 2011 he placed in the top-five at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico and won the Canadian International Grand Prix in Toronto.
Niefer is a 13-time national air rifle men’s championship who coached the rifle team at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
College/ University (year graduated):
University of Saskatchewan (graduated 2007)
Focus of studies:
Sport Science/Sport and Excercise Psychology
National titles (include event, year):
13x National Air Rifle Men’s Champion
Pan Am Games results — all events, all Games:
2003 Pan American Games Men’s Air Rifle-581/600,10th place
2007 Pan American Games Men’s Air Rifle-581/600,11th place
2007 Pan American Games Men’s 3-Position-1129/1200, 12th place
2007 Pan American Games Men’s Prone-588/600, 9th place
World Championship appearances – Best results by year:
2010 World Shooting Championships- Men’s Air Rifle and Men’s 3-Position Rifle
2006 World Shooting Championships- Men’s Air Rifle and Men’s 3-Position Rifle