Jonathan Weselake will be competing in his first multi-sport Games at TORONTO 2015, but he is no newcomer to international competition, having made his first ISSF World Championship appearance in 2009. He recorded his best result at the 2013 edition when he placed 40th in the skeet event. Weselake has also made numerous appearances on the ISSF World Cup circuit, posting a career-high finish of 21st as a rookie in Kerrville, Texas in 2008.
Family: James and Claudia Weselake… Older sister Melissa… Younger brother Matthew… Getting into the Sport: Started shooting at age 20… Outside Interests: Earned his Master’s of Science degree… Enjoys hunting… Affiliated with Ducks Unlimited Canada, Delta Waterfowl, Nature Conservancy of Canada… Odds and Ends: Favourite motto: “Stay on the Gas”… Does a teddy bear headstand before competing…
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
ISSF WCh: 2013 – 40th (skeet); 2010 – 128th (skeet); 2009 – 95th (skeet)
CAT: 2014 – 27th (skeet); 2010 – 28th (skeet)