|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Norman L.•Shutt|
|Born||9 November 1929|
|Affiliations||Royal Canadian Air Force, Ottawa (CAN)|
Shropshire-born Norman Shutt was educated at Ludlow Grammar School. After World War II he joined the British Army for seven years, and served with the Royal Horse Guards in Germany and Austria. During this time he took part in the Army Skiing Championships.
After leaving the Army in 1953, Shutt became a police constable in the village of Harewood End in Herefordshire. He became captain of the Herefordshire Police athletics team and entered the National Police Cross-Country Championships. In 1956 Shutt joined the British squad to train for the Cortina Winter Olympics but never made the team. In 1957 he emigrated to Canada, and was selected for the 1960 Winter Games, at which time he was serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Shortly after the Squaw Valley Games, Shutt competed in the North American Nordic Skiing Championships at Banff. He subsequently returned to his native Shropshire.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1960 Winter Olympics||Biathlon||GBR||Norman Shutt|
|20 kilometres, Men (Olympic)||30|
|Cross Country Skiing (Skiing)||GBR||Norman Shutt|
|15 kilometres, Men (Olympic)||52|
|50 kilometres, Men (Olympic)||DNS|