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  • Born: 10/09/1990
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 178cm
  • Weight: 75kg
  • Birthplace: Ottawa, ON
  • Hometown: Dunrobin, ON

Cameron SmedleyCam Smedley was named to his first national junior team in 2005. He made his first impact on the international scene at the 2007 Pre-World Junior Championships by winning a silver in the team race. The following year he made Canadian history, becoming the first men’s C-1 paddler to finish in the top ten at the ICF World Junior Championships. He then transitioned to the senior national team, going on to win national titles in both the C-1 and C-2 events. Smedley achieved a couple of career highlights in 2013 when he finished 12th in the C-1 at the U-23 world championships and 27th in the C-1 at the senior world championships. He teamed with Ben Hayward for a 33rd place finish in the C-2 at the 2014 World Championships. In 2015 he won C-1 silver at the Pan Am Games in Toronto, finished 29th at the world championships and went on to place third at the official Rio 2016 test event.

PERSONAL

Family: Parents James Smedley and Sherri Audet… Older sister Alison… Younger brother Liam is also a member of the canoe slalom national team… Getting into the Sport: Started competing in canoe slalom at age 13… Had grown up taking canoe/kayak trips with his family… Outside Interests: Third year student at Carleton University pursuing Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering… Enjoys skiing, rock climbing…Odds and Ends: Always travels with his titanium spork and MSR camping bowl as well as an AeroPress coffee maker… Nickname: Gary…

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

Pan American Games: 2015 – SILVER (C-1), 5th (C-2)

Pan American Championships: 2012 – BRONZE (C-1)

ICF World Cup (overall ranking): 2014 – 28th (C-1); 2013 – 39th (C-2), 31st (C-1); 2012 – 43rd (C-2), 21st (C-1); 2011 – 31st (C-1)

ICF World Championships: 2015 – 29th (C-1); 2014 – 33rd (C-2), 36th (C-1); 2013 – DNS (C-2), 27th (C-1); 2011 – 30th (C-1); 2010 – 48th (C-1)

ICF World Championships (U-23): 2013 – 12th (C-1); 2012 – 12th (C-2), DQ (C-1)

ICF World Championships (junior): 2008 – 9th (C-1)

 

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