| Place Of Birth || Cadillac, Quebec, Canada |
| Residence || Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada |
| Occupation || Automotive Technician |
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
did not compete
Kuala Lumpur 1998
Silver in the men's Centre Fire Pistol pairs with Metodi Igorov (1150 pts)
Bronze in the men's Centre Fire Pistol (576 pts)
Bronze in the men's Air Pistol pairs with Jean-Pierre Huot (1138 pts)
Bronze in the men's 50m Pistol pairs with Jean-Pierre Huot (1080 pts)
7th in the men's Rapid Fire Pistol pairs with Metodi Igorov (1099 pts)
| Olympic |
| has not competed |
| Other || John began shooting in 1980. He chose the sport because he had an interest in it and eventually moved into competition.|
His goal for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games is to perform at his personal best. His most memorable sporting achievement was his performance at the 1998 Commonwealth Games where he had a four medal haul.
John is coached by Rick Ward and trains at the Elliot Lake Sharpshooters Club.
He was the highest medaled Canadian male athlete with seven gold and one silver at the 2005 World Masters Games.