|Representing New Zealand|
|1994 Victoria||10m air pistol (pairs)|
|1998 Kuala Lumpur||10m air pistol (pairs)|
|1998 Kuala Lumpur||25m pistol (pairs)|
|2002 Manchester||25m pistol|
|2002 Manchester||25m pistol (pairs)|
Jocelyn Lees (born 19 November 1965 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a shooting competitor for New Zealand.
She won her first Commonwealth Games medal in the 1994 Commonwealth Games, gaining a silver in the women's 10 metre air pistol (pairs) partnering Gerd Barkman. At the 1998 Commonwealth Games partnering Tania Corrigan she won two silver medals; one in the 10 metre air pistol (pairs) and one in the 25 metre pistol (pairs) event. Four years later at the 2002 Commonwealth Games she won two bronze medals; one in the women's 25 metre pistol event, and another in the 25 metre pistol (pairs) event again alongside Tania Corrigan.
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