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Cameron Meyer back to racing

Cameron Meyer back to racing


Cameron Meyer will make a return to competitive racing this month when he lines up for the Six Day London International event from October 25th to 30th with young Australian Callum Scotson as his partner.

“My training has been going well and the Six Day London is a perfect way to test my form after taking some time off the bike this year. It is an exciting event with a quality field including World Champions Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins. I am really looking forward to challenging for the win and with Callum I think we can contest for a strong result.”

Cameron is looking ahead to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and 2020 Tokyo Olympics with his lifelong goal of realising an Olympic medal. He has 6 World Track Titles to his name and 3 Commonwealth Games Gold medals and hopes to get back to the top in International Track competitions.

Cameron’s management company were quick to point out that Cameron is far from being retired but is more in a transitional stage as he works on a few personal goals. “ Cameron is a quality athlete with a huge amount of dedication to his profession and once he makes his mind up to go after something he usually achieves his goals so I am thrilled to see him find his passion again and look forward to seeing what he can achieve both on the track as well as the road.”

Cameron himself has made it clear where he is headed, “After taking some time off from my cycling career this season I am ready to tackle new goals and start racing again.

Cycling really is the toughest sport in the world and after battling through some personal health issues this season, I decided my passion for racing is still strong and I have made the decision to return to racing. I am looking forward to having a big Australian summer tackling events both on the road and track.

I would like to represent Australia again on the track at the Tokyo Olympics and this will be my driving force for the next four years.”

All enquiries can be made to Lion Sports Management.