Wurf at the 2013 Giro d'Italia
|Full name||Cameron Wurf|
|Born||3 August 1983|
Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||71 kg (157 lb)|
|Current team||Cylance Pro Cycling|
|2017–||Cylance Pro Cycling|
Cameron Wurf (born 3 August 1983 in Hobart, Tasmania) is an Australian professional triathlete and road cyclist, who last rode for the Cannondale team. He was a national champion and Australian representative rower - a 2008 Olympian who won a World Rowing U23 Championships title in 2003.
Aged eighteen Wurf first represented Australia in a coxless four at the 2001 Junior World Rowing Championships in Duisburg, Germany where the Australian four placed seventh. Then at the 2003 World Rowing U23 Championships in Belgrade he rowed in the lightweight coxless four to a gold medal victory.
From 2004 to 2006 Wurf was selected to represent Tasmania in the men's lightweight four contesting the Penrith Cup at the Interstate Regatta within the Australian Rowing Championships. All three of those Tasmanian crews were victorious 
At the 2004 Athens Olympics Wurf contested the men's lightweight double scull and finished with a sixteenth placing. He continued to represent Australia at the highest level in rowing till 2006 competing at World Championships. At Gifu 2005 he raced the lightweight double scull to a twelfth place and at Eton Dorney 2006 he stroked a coxless pair to a fourth place in the final. It was Wurf's last representative rowing appearance.
In February 2015, after finishing third in the time trial at the 2015 Oceania Road Championships, Wurf announced that he would take a year out from his professional cycling career, explaining that he felt he had not found his niche in the sport. During his time off Wurf competed in triathlon, finishing ninth overall and winning the 30-34 age group on his Ironman debut at Whistler in July 2015.
Wurf made his professional triathlon debut at the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championships in Cairns in June 2016. In December 2016 he announced he would race for Cylance Pro Cycling in the 2017 season, combining bike racing with Ironman competitions.
Grand Tour general classification results timeline
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|Vuelta a España||—||—||—||99|
|—||Did not compete|
|DNF||Did not finish|
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- Wurf at World Rowing
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Media related to Cameron Wurf at Wikimedia Commons