One of the rising stars of British Athletics, Cameron enjoyed a record-breaking career while combining study and sport at the University of Bath and remains based at the Sports Training Village as he continues to establish himself on the international stage.
He won all five of the BUCS Championship 400m races he has contested so far – two indoor, three outdoor – after moving from his native Guernsey to Bath in September 2015 to start a Sports Performance degree.
Cameron smashed the BUCS record in both of his gold-medal performances in 2017, a breakthrough year that saw him dip under 46 seconds for the first time and anchor the Great Britain 4x400m relay team to victory at the European U23 Championships.
A bronze medal at the British Championships also earned him a place in the GB relay squad for the London 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships. However, a hamstring injury sustained in the pre-event training camp in France denied him the chance to compete.
Cameron – supported by a Thompson Education Trust Sports Scholarship – then represented Guernsey at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games before winning 400m bronze at the British Championships later that summer. That earned him a call-up for the European Championships in Berlin, where he competed in the 4x400m relay.
European U23 4x400m Relay Champion 2017.
BUCS Indoor 400m Champion 2016, 2017.
BUCS Outdoor 400m Champion 2016, 2017, 2018.