Amanda Chudoba Obrigewitch

Amanda Chudoba Obrigewitch

Amanda Chudoba Obrigewitch won trap goldat TORONTO 2015, her first career multi-sport Games. It was her first individual shooting medal, won while she was pregnant with her first son, and qualified a quota spot for Canada for Rio 2016. That followed her two ISSF World Championship appearances in 2011 and 2014

Yanka Vasileva

Yanka Vasileva

TORONTO 2015 was the first major international competition at which Yanka Vasileva represented Canada. She finished 16th in the 10m air pistol. She previously competed for her native Bulgaria at the 1994 ISSF World Junior Championships, the 1994 European Junior Championships, and the 2002 European Championships before moving to Canada in 2005

Shannon Westlake

Shannon Westlake

Shannon Westlake competed in her first major multi-sport Games at TORONTO 2015, where she finished in 18th in the 50m rifle three positions event. She made her ISSF World Cup debut at the 2013 stop in Fort Benning where she finished 42nd in the 10m air rifle and 45th in the 50m rifle 3 positions.

Curtis Wennberg

Curtis Wennberg

Competing since 1984, Curtis Wennberg’s career highlights include a gold medal in the team trap event at the 1991 Pan Am Games in Havana and his lone ISSF World Cup medal, a silver, in the trap event at the 1993 stop in Los Angeles.

Mark Hynes

Mark Hynes

Mark Hynes is a member of the Canadian Armed Forces who served a tour of Bosnia in 1994-95 and two tours of Afghanistan. As a competitive shooter, he has attended at the World Military Championships.