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Cameron Lawson Rogers is a road and track cyclist who was awarded a Tier 2 Scholarship within the 2023 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program.

Born in Canberra in 2004, Cameron began cycling in 2011 and has a great ambition to follow in the footsteps of his famous uncle, professional cyclist, Michael Rogers.

Already in his career, Cameron has won multiple national titles; it often seems that his medal tally grows so quickly that it’s difficult to keep up with his achievements, especially as a junior. He’s won gold medals in the criterium (2021) and road race (2022), as well as the points race and omnium at the 2021 track championships.

In 2022 Cameron soared. An undoubted highlight was winning the prestigious 3000m Oceania Junior Individual Pursuit Championship in a new National Record time of 3:13.271, breaking the previous record that had stood for 12 years.

It is said that Cameron is showcasing similar talents of Sport Australia Hall of Fame Member Brad McGee and the pair certainly share the mind set to succeed. Cameron has his sights firmly set on becoming a World Champion, riding as a professional, as well as competing at an Olympic Games. Away from the track he has a strong desire to make cycling a more accessible sport for people to join.

Being awarded this scholarship opens up so many different opportunities to learn and grow myself and my career. The help and guidance I will receive will help me to become the best athlete I can at this point of my career. It is also valuable because I can make friends out of the other scholarship holders and learn from people in similar shoes to mine. I am honoured to be receiving this scholarship as it will make it a much smoother process to get to the results I am working hard to achieve.” –  Cameron Rogers on being selected as a 2023 Tier 2 Scholarship Holder.

Honours & Achievements

  • 2021: Australian Junior Omnium Championships – 1st
  • 2021: Australian Junior Points Race Championships – 1st
  • 2022: Australian Junior Road Race Championships – 1st
  • 2022: Oceania Junior Individual Pursuit Championships – 1st
  • 2022: Oceania Junior Individual Pursuit Championships – 1st
  • 2023: Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship Holder

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