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Monica Fyfe


Monica Fyfe has wanted to represent Canada since winning her first senior national title in 2005 at age 14. That earned her a spot on the 2006 Commonwealth Games team where she finished sixth individually and won silver in the 10m air rifle pair event. She returned to the Commonwealth Games in 2014. In between, she made two appearances at the Pan Am Games in 2007 and 2011, recording her best result in her initial outing when she placed seventh. After competing at the 2006 ISSF World Junior Championships, Fyfe made her ISSF World Cup debut in 2007 and that year recorded her career-high result of ninth at the stop in Fort Benning. Fyfe won five national titles between 2005 and 2011.


Family: Father Doug Fyfe… Older brother Randy used to be a competitive international shooter… Getting into the Sport: Started shooting at age 12… Her brother was already involved and they both went through a hunter safety program… Had been a gymnast but was forced to quit due to an Achilles tendon injury… Outside Interests: Attending Red River College for her electrician apprenticeship… Graduated from Jacksonville State University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Business Marketing… Enjoys archery, hunting, fishing, catching up with friends, spending time at the cabin… Odds and Ends: Favourite motto: “If you want something bad enough, you’ll make it happen. If you don’t, you will just make excuses”… Inspired by diver Greg Louganis because he pushed the limits for his sport and sport in general… Nickname: Mon…


PAG: 2011 – 13th (10m air rifle), 17th (50m rifle 3x); 2007 – 7th (10m air rifle)

ISSF WCh (junior): 2006 – 92nd (10m air rifle)

CWG: 2014 – 9th (10m air rifle); 2006 – 6th (10m air rifle)

CAT: 2014 – 21st (10m air rifle); 2010 – 6th (10m air rifle)