Vice-Chair of the Canadian Firearm Advisory Committee
Ms. Lynda Kiejko comes from a shooting family. Her late father Bill Hare competed at the Tokyo 1964, Mexico City 1968, and Munich 1972, Olympic Games. Her sister Dorothy Ludwig became an Olympian at London 2012, after competing at the 2007 and 2011 Pan Am Games.
They competed together at the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games, creating a moment to remember in 2010 when the sisters won bronze in the 10m air pistol pair event.
Ms. Kiejko also has three Pan Am Games medals to her credit, winning double gold in the 10m air pistol and 25m pistol at Toronto 2015. She began 2015 with a career-high result on the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup circuit, finishing sixth in the 10m air pistol in Changwon. She achieved a career highlight in 2014 when she won the national title in the 10m air pistol just one month after giving birth. She also competed at her first ISSF World Championship since 2006 and cracked the top-five in the 10m air pistol at the Continental American Championships.
In addition to these achievements, Ms. Kiejko is also an accomplished professional, having completed her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2003, and working as a Senior Civil Engineer in Calgary.
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