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Sport Shooting
CGA Australia   
Gender Men
Born 04 Oct 1959 in Sydney, AUS
Height1.83 m
Weight 95 kg
Human Interest
Further Personal Information
Family Daughter Hannah and three children
Residence Shepparton, VIC, AUS
Occupation Science Professional
Languages English
Higher education Medicine - Sydney Tech: Sydney, NSW, AUS
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport? He began shooting at age 15.
Why this sport? He was inspired by his father, who was a shooter at the local club.
Club / Team Shepparton Pistol Club: Shepparton, VIC, AUS
Name of coach Paul McCormack [Personal], Anatol Babushkin [National]
Coach from which country? Australia
Coach from what year? 1990 [Paul McCormack]
Preferred position / style / stance / technique Pistol hold
Handedness Right
International Debut
Year 1987
Competing for Australia
Location Korea
General Interest
Nicknames Quicky. (corporate.olympics.com.au, 15 Oct 2010)
Hobbies Nuclear medicine and spending time with his wife and four kids. (ACGA, 15 May 2002)
Memorable sporting achievement Winning his first gold medal, in the 25m centre fire pistol pairs event with Phillip Adams, at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand, and winning six medals at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England. (NOC, 22 May 2008)
Hero / Idol The United States' multiple world and Olympic Games athletics champion Carl Lewis. (NOC, 22 May 2008)
Sporting philosophy / motto "Focus!" (NOC, 22 May 2008)
Other information OLYMPIC TORCH
He ran with the Olympic torch in 2000. (NOC, 22 May 2008)