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. He posted another top-five result at the 2002 World Cup stop in Sydney. He was named Canadian Male Shooter of the Year in 1993 and 1997. Wennberg also has multi-sport competition experience from the 1998 Commonwealth Games. He made his ISSF World Championship debut in 1985, but most recently competed at the global event in 2007. He posted a career-high result of 13th in the trap in 1997.


Family: Parents Bruce and Eleanor Wennberg… Older brother Lars… Younger brother Grant… Wife Kerry… Daughters Isabella (born February 2000) and Hanna (born December 2002)… Outside Interests: Earned his MBA from the London Business School in 2000… Enjoys golfing… RBC executive… Odds and Ends: Inspired by tennis player Roger Federer for his professionalism whether winning or losing…


CWG: 1998 – 27th (trap)

PAG: 1991 – GOLD (team trap)

ISSF WCh: 2007 – 67th (trap); 2006 – 53rd (trap); 1998 – 26th (trap); 1997 – 13th (trap), 35th (double trap)