James Kenyon was the first great trapshooter produced in Canada. He was Quebec and Dominion trapshooting champion in 1906 and in 1908 was Eastern US Champion, as well as the Quebec claybird champion. In addition to his 1912 Olympic appearance, he won the Eastern Canada trials for the 1920 team, but was not selected to travel overseas. He worked as a superintendent for the Steel Company of Canada.
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