Nattress heads up Canadian shooting team
6-time Olympian will compete in women's trap events at Commonwealth Games
Six-time Olympian Susan Nattrass will lead a Canadian shooting team that includes a father-son duo and two sisters at this fall's Commonwealth Games.
Edmonton's Nattrass, a triple medallist at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia, will compete in women's trap events in New Delhi, India, Oct. 3-14.
Father and son Paul and Drew Shaw of Collingwood, Ont., make up the men's trap and double trap teams at the Games. Paul 61, competed at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, while his son Drew, 23, will make his national team debut.
Sisters Dorothy Ludwig of Langley, B.C., a gold and silver medallist at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and Lynda Hare of Calgary will compete in women's air pistol.
Canada is sending a 16-member shooting team to Delhi. The coaches are Richard Lanning of Union, Ont., and Sandy Peden of Victoria.