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    Richard Schell

    Richard Schell began his career as a wheelchair athlete in 1978, competing nationally in discus, javelin, and club throw. He switched to shooting shortly afterward, and won two gold medals at the 1981 Canadian National Games, in air pistol and Read more →

  • Ron Woolgar

    Ronald “Ron” Woolgar

    Ron Woolgar competed in pistol shooting championships at the provincial level between 1961 and 1971. He won the indoor provincial title eight times and placed second three times. Woolgar won the Provincial Outdoor Pistol Shooting Championship seven times, and in Read more →

  • Heather Kuttai

    Heather Kuttai

    Heather Kuttai first set her sights on the sport of shooting in North Battleford at the age of 15. Less than five years later, she shot her way to the top, competing at the Paralympic Summer Games in 1988, in Read more →

  • Peter Jmaeff

    Peter Jmaeff

    Peter Jmaeff was born in Kamsack and began his shooting career in the Royal Canadian Air Force in the 1960’s. He moved on to the administrative side of the sport shortly thereafter and soon had served several rifle clubs in Read more →

  • Jim Hill

    Vincent James “Jim” Hill

    Jim Hill was born August 12, 1919 in Saskatoon, the second youngest of seven children. While living in Goose Lake as a young man Hill boxed and later played hockey with the Laura Beavers, when the team became Intermediate “A” Read more →

  • Jim Girgulis

    James “Jim” Girgulis

    Born in Kastron, Greece, James “Jim” Girgulis came to Saskatchewan in 1910 and took up trapshooting soon after his arrival. Jim was active as a participant, administrator and coach. As secretary he was instrumental in the development of the Saskatoon Read more →

  • Ed and Ron George

    Ronald “Ron” George

    Ronald George and his father, Ed, dominated the rifle shooting sport in Saskatchewan from 1951 to 1971. Ron was a member of the first Canadian team to win all the international team prizes at the 1969 Bisley Matches. In the Read more →

  • Ed and Ron George

    William Edison “Ed” George

    Ed George is an internationally renowned target rifle shooter, coach and disciple of shooting and sportsmanship. He was responsible for encouraging many new shooters into the sport. One such shooter was his son, Ron, who competed against him and shot Read more →

  • Austman Joseph

    Joseph V. Austman

    Joseph Austman, one of Canada’s outstanding marksmen began his career at the age of 6. By the age of 16, in 1909, Austman had won the gold medal for the Manitoba Rifle Association Tournament Championships, the Governor General’s silver medal Read more →

  • George Genereux

    George Genereux

    As a youth, Geoge Genereux was practically a phenomenon in the shooting world. In fact, it was difficult to believe that a young man could be so uncannily accurate with a shot gun. Genereux became the first Canadian to win Read more →