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Cameron Crampton

Started Rowing
Mike Rodger

Sculling - men's quad

Sweep - men's four


World Championships

2013 - Silver, junior men's four

2014 - Bronze, under 23 men's quad

2015, 2016 - Silver, under 23 men's quad

In 2018 Cameron is returning to the men's quadruple sculls with Lewis Hollows, Nathan Flannery, and new crew member Jordan Parry. The boys will compete at World Cup II and III before returning to New Zealand ahead of the 2018 World Rowing Champs.

In 2017 Cameron steped up to the New Zealand Elite team after three consecutive seasons in the New Zealand Under 23 team. Cameron was part of the men's quadruple scull that raced at World Cup II, World Cup III, Henley Royal Regatta, and the 2018 World Rowing Champs in Sarasota, Florida.

Cameron started rowing in 2008 at Timaru Boys' High School. He then joined the New Zealand junior rowing team in 2012, winning a silver medal in the men's four at the 2013 World Rowing Junior Championships. He then progressed to the New Zealand Under 23 team and switched from sweep to sculling. The switch proved successful with Cameron being part of the bronze medal winning crew in 2014, and silver medal winning crews in 2015 and 2016. Outside of rowing Cameron enjoys hunting and the outdoors.