Hugh Cameron (cyclist)
|Full name||Hugh Cameron|
|Discipline||Road & Track|
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.
- 2nd World Masters Track Championships Points Race (45-49 age category) 20km
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