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Name  Cameron Nichol
Height  1.96 m
Weight  99.8 kg

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Born  June 26, 1987 (age 28) (1987-06-26) Roehampton, London Borough of Wandsworth, England

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Cameron Nichol (born 26 June 1987 in Roehampton, London Borough of Wandsworth, England) is a British rower educated at Milfield School and University College London, University of London.

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Olympic Games

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  • 2012 2012 London – Team GB, Men's Spare Pair
  • World Championships

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  • 2010 2010 Karapiro – Silver, Men's Eight
  • 2011 2011 Bled – Silver, Men's Eight
  • World Cups

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  • 2012 Lucerne – 7th, Men's Pair
  • 2012 Munich – 9th, Men's Pair
  • 2011 Munich – Silver, Eight
  • 2011 Lucerne – Bronze, Eight
  • 2010 Munich – 5th, Men's Pair
  • 2010 Lucerne – 9th, Men's Pair
  • 2010 Bled – 8th, Men's Pair
  • 2008 Lucerne – 13th, Men's Four
  • 2007 Amsterdam – 13th, Men's Four
  • World U23 Championships

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  • 2007 Glasgow – Bronze, Coxless Four
  • 2008 Beetzsee – Bronze, Coxless Four
  • European Rowing Championships

  • 2007 Poznan – 5th, Men's Eight
  • Henley Royal Regatta

  • 2011 Henley Royal Regatta – Finalist, Grand Challenge Cup
  • 2010 Henley Royal Regatta – Semi-Finalist, Goblet's & Nickall's Challenge Cup
  • 2008 Henley Royal Regatta – Semi-Finalist, Steward's Challenge Cup
  • 2007 Henley Royal Regatta – Winner, Prince Albert Challenge Cup
  • 2006 Henley Royal Regatta – Finalist, Men's Student Coxed Four
  • Personal life

    Following the 2012 London Olympics, Nichol returned to medical school and started an online rowing training program called RowingWOD.

    References

    Cameron Nichol Wikipedia