Henryk Golaszewski

 

Henryk started shooting small-bore and full-bore at age 14 as an Air Cadet in 1344 Cardiff Squadron. Since then, he has shot for GB U-25 (2010, 2011), on tour in Canada with the Athelings (2006), the Channel Islands (2007, 2012) and South Africa (2009) with the Welsh rifle team, and in the Channel Islands with the NRA team (2010).

He entered his first Imperial Meeting in 2003, and won the Young Riflemen’s Aggregate in 2004. After representing the UK Cadets between 2004 and 2006, Henryk went on to shoot for Wales from 2006 and has been on the National and MacKinnon teams ever since. In 2008, he came second in the European Long Range Championships and was a reserve for Wales in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India.

In 2011, Henryk graduated from the University of Glamorgan with a BSc (Hons) in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. He currently works for British Airways Engineering Cardiff as an Aircraft Mechanic on the Boeing 777 fleet. He is continuing his studies to become a licensed engineer. In his spare time, Henryk is a Flight Sergeant at 1344 (Cardiff) Sqn ATC and enjoys skiing and scuba diving.