| Cameron Levins|
| 28 March 1989 (age 26) (1989-03-28) Black Creek, British Columbia, Canada|
Track, Long-distance running
1500 meters: 3:36.88
Indoor mile: 3:54.74
Indoor 2-mile: 8:14.69
5000 meters: 13:15.19
10,000 meters: 27:07.51
Moses Ndiema Kipsiro, Josphat Bett Kipkoech, Gary Reed, Tyler Christopher
Southern Utah University
Cameron Levins Wikipedia
Cameron Levins (born March 28, 1989) is a Canadian long-distance runner from Black Creek and Courtenay, British Columbia. He won the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the 10,000 m. Levins also competed in the 2012 London Olympics.
In 2012, Levins qualified for the 2012 London Olympics in the 10,000 metre and 5,000 metre events at the 2012 Canadian Olympic Trials in track and field in Calgary, Alberta, where he was first in the 5000. At the 2012 Summer Olympics Levins finished 11th in the 10,000 meter run in a time of 27:40.68 and 14th in the 5,000 meter in a time of 13:51.87 despite catching the flu just before the finals. Levins finished 14th in the 10,000 meters at the 2013 World Athletics Championship in Moscow, Russia.
Levins was the men's 2012 Bowerman Award winner - the NCAA's annual award to the most outstanding collegiate athlete in athletics. Levins was the first Canadian winner of the award.
In Glasgow, he led down the final stretch with a "spectacular kick," but finished third in 27:56.23 less than a 10th of a second behind winner Moses Kipsiro.
2015 IAAF World Championships10,000 meters
2014 Commonwealth Games10,000 meters — Bronze Medal
2013 IAAF World Championships10,000 meters
2012 London Olympics10,000 metre
2-time NCAA Champion:2012: 10000m, 5000m
14-time Summit League Champion:2008-09: 1500m
2009-10: XC, mile(indoor), 3000m(indoor)
2010-11: 1500m, 5000m
2011-12: XC, 800m(indoor), mile(indoor), 3000m(indoor), 5000m(indoor), 1500m, 5000m, 10000m
3-time Canadian XC Champion:2010
Canadian Record Holder for 2 mile 8:14.69