|1986 Edinburgh||Free Pistol|
|1986 Edinburgh||Air Pistol|
|1990 Auckland||Free Pistol (Pairs)|
|1990 Auckland||Center-Fire Pistol (Pairs)|
|1994 Victoria||Free Pistol (Pairs)|
|2006 Melbourne||Center-Fire Pistol|
|2010 Delhi||Center-Fire Pistol (Pairs)|
|1986 Edinburgh||Air Pistol (Pairs)|
|1990 Auckland||Air Pistol (Pairs)|
|1994 Victoria||Center-Fire Pistol|
|1994 Victoria||Air Pistol|
|1998 Kuala Lumpur||Air Pistol|
Gregory Thomas Yelavich MBE (born 8 March 1957 in Otahuhu), is a competitive pistol shooter from Auckland, New Zealand. As well as winning numerous national pistol titles, Yelavich has the distinction of having won more Commonwealth Games medals than any other New Zealander (12). He was the New Zealand flag bearer at the closing ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games. He has represented New Zealand at two Olympic Games — Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992.
|50 metre pistol||41st
|10 metre air pistol||—||22nd|
- London Gazette (supplement), No. 53894, 30 December 1994. Retrieved 7 January 2013.
- Profile at NZOGC website
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- Gregory Yelavich at Melbourne2006.com
- ISSF National Title Holders Pistol NZ list