Lalita Yauhleuskaya (shooting) is a 10-time Commonwealth Games medallist and one of the most decorated sport shooters in Australian history. Born in Russia, Yauhleuskaya began her career representing the Soviet Union before in 1996, she began representing Belarus, winning a bronze medal in the 25m pistol at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Following the Olympics, Yauhleuskaya became an Australian citizen and started representing her new country beginning her illustrious career for the green and gold. At the Manchester 2002 Games, she won three gold medals and a bronze, going on to win three gold medals and a silver at the Melbourne 2006 Games in a dominant performance at the shooting range. At the Delhi Games, she won a second career silver, at the 2014 Games in Glasgow she won her 10th career medal, a bronze, before most recently competing at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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Are you a citizen of a country other than Australia? If yes, please provide details?
graduated high school
yarra pistol club, melbourne, australia
Why did you begin your sport?
i began because my father was in the army and knew i had potential in it. They were providing the sport in my school and the coach running the sessions told my dad i had future potential for it
Do you have any pre-competition routines or rituals?
just be by myself and focus on the match
What is your most memorable sporting achievement?
winning bronze in the sydney 2000 olympics and winning a lot of medals at the 2006 comm games