Jonathan Leduc was Canada’s primary goalkeeper at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, finishing the tournament with a .368 save percentage, which ranked him fourth in the tournament among goalkeepers who faced more than 100 shots. Leduc made 64 saves on 174 shots, which was the third-most faced by any goalkeeper, as Canada finished fifth. He previously played for Canada at the 2007 Pan Am Games in Rio and currently plays in the Circuit Quebecois for Celtique 2.
Family: Parents Jacques Leduc and Linda Rondeau… Sister Sandra… Partner Kate Di Lallo… Daughter Clara (born 2015)… Getting into the Sport: Started playing handball at age 11… Was drawn to the sport because of the speed, originality, strategy and constant action… Outside Interests: Earned his Bachelor degree in urban planning at Université du Québec à Montréal in 2007… Enjoys Frisbee, roller hockey, soccer, fishing, kayaking… Vice-president of Club de Handball Celtique de Montréal… Works in traffic and parking for the City of Montreal…
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
PAG: 2011 – 5th; 2007 – 7th