Susan Nattrass: Shooting


Susan Nattrass, born November 5, 1950 is a Canadian shooter and medical researcher in osteoporosis. Susan was introduced to trap shooting by her father Floyd Nattrass, a world renowned shooter. She has had one of the most remarkable careers in the history of women's sport in Canada. In 1976 she became the first woman to qualify and compete in trap shooting at the Olympic level and garnered worldwide attention at the Montreal Games. She's won six world championships --a feat no one else has matched and has taken home numerous awards for her amazing accuracy and skill.