Participants

Cameron MEYER

Cameron MEYER
    Cycling Road
Birth Date:  11 Jan 1988
Place of Birth:  VIVEASH
Country of birth:  AUS
Age:  30
Gender:   Men
Height (cm):  181
Weight (Kg):  70

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
CRD Cycling Road Men's Road Race 9
Men's Individual Time Trial 1 Gold

Cameron MEYER - Schedule


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Biographical Information


Highlights

Track Cycling

Commonwealth Games
YearLocationEventRankResult
2010 Delhi, IND Men's 4000m Team Pursuit 1 3:55.421
2010 Delhi, IND Men's Point Race 1 -
2010 Delhi, IND Men's Scratch 1 -

Olympic Games
YearLocationEventRank
2008 Beijing, CHN Men's Point Race 4

World Championships
YearLocationEventRankResult
2018 Apeldoorn, NED Men's Point Race 1 -
2018 Apeldoorn, NED Men's Madison 3 -
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Men's Point Race 1 -
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Men's 4000m Team Pursuit 1 3:51.503
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Men's Madison 2 -
2016 London, GBR Men's Madison 5 -
2012 Melbourne, AUS Men's Point Race 1 -
2012 Melbourne, AUS Men's Madison 3 -
2011 Apeldoorn, NED Men's Point Race 2 -
2011 Apeldoorn, NED Men's Scratch 7 -
2011 Apeldoorn, NED Men's Madison 1 -
2010 Ballerup, DEN Men's 4000m Team Pursuit 1 3:55.654
2010 Ballerup, DEN Men's Point Race 1 -
2010 Ballerup, DEN Men's Madison 1 -
2009 Pruszkow, POL Men's 4000m Team Pursuit 2 -
2009 Pruszkow, POL Men's Point Race 1 -
2009 Pruszkow, POL Men's Madison 2 -
2008 Manchester, GBR Men's Point Race 4 -

Road Cycling

World Championships
YearLocationRaceRank
2013 Tuscany, ITA Road Race DNF
2012 Limburg, NED Individual Time Trial 16

Nickname: Cam (Instagram, 28 Sep 2017)
Hobbies

"Sleeping would have to be one. Watching movies and playing a game of golf. AFL for sure. Go the Mighty Adelaide Crows." (bikepure.org, 7 Jan 2010)


Occupation: Athlete (cyclingnews.com, 6 Aug 2017)
Languages spoken: English
Coach

PERSONAL: Clay WORTHINGTON (AUS) (cycling.org.au, 16 Apr 2017)
NATIONAL: Tim DECKER (AUS) (cycling.org.au, 5 Jun 2017)


Sporting relatives

His brother Travis represented Australia in cycling. (Instgram, 29 May 2017)


Other sports

Is a road cyclist with Australian World Tour team Orica-Scott. (cyclingnews.com; greenedgecycling.com, 5 Aug 2017)


- 2015 1st Herald Sun Tour – General Classification
- 2014 1st Giro d’Italia – Stage 1 (TTT)
- 2013 1st Tour de France – Stage 1 (TTT)
- 2012 3rd World Championships – (TTT)
- 2011 1st Tour Down Under – General Classification
- 2011 1st National Road Championships, Australia – Time Trial
- 2010 1st National Road Championships, Australia – Time Trial 


Ambition: "A big goal on the horizon is to win a gold medal in the Madison at the next Olympics in Tokyo and the Commonwealth Games before that." (cyclingnews.com, 6 Aug 2017)
Additional information

COMMONWEALTH HAT-TRICK
Won three gold medals at the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games, in the team pursuit, points race and scratch race. (cyclingnews.com, 8 Oct 2010)


TIME AWAY
Requested termination of his Dimension Data contract due to personal issues in June 2016, with the team releasing him immediately. Returned to cycling in October 2016 and rode the London Six and a series of other track events. "During my time away from the team racing for the Australian national squad, I found that striking a good balance between track and road commitments is what suits me best." (cyclingnews.com, 5 Oct 2016; cyclingnews.com, 6 Aug 2017)


ON TRACK
After a five-year break from the track, he returned at the 2017 Track World Championships in Hong Kong. (news.com.au, 15 Apr 2017)


ACHIEVEMENTS
2017 team pursuit world champion.
2009, 2010, 2012 and 2017 point race world champion. (Instagram, 29 May 2017; smh.com.au, 15 Apr 2017)


Social Media

Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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