Hugh Cameron (cyclist)

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Hugh Cameron
Personal information
Full name Hugh Cameron
Born  United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Road & Track
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
Manchester Wheelers
Major wins
United Kingdom British Champion

Hugh Cameron is a champion racing cyclist, having won the madison at the British National Track Championships in three consecutive years with Paul Curran. He first became interested in cycling as a schoolboy, it was at Grangefield Grammar School, Stockton-on-Tees in 1968 that he set up a cycling club along with Brian Cossavella.[1]

Cameron has a master's degree in economics and is a Senior Lecturer at University of Manchester.[2]

Palmarès[edit]

1982
1st United Kingdom British National Track Championships Madison (with Paul Curran
1983
1st United Kingdom British National Track Championships Madison (with Paul Curran
1984
1st United Kingdom British National Track Championships Madison (with Paul Curran
1994
3rd British National Track Championships Madison (with Paul Curran)
2002
2nd World Masters Track Championships Points Race (45-49 age category) 20km

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hugh Cameron on cyclingmasters.com
  2. ^ "University of Manchester". October 2012.