Medal success for young skater


Posted: 9th September 2014

ISS Coventry are pleased to introduce Cameron, aged 13, who has been skating at Silverblades Cannock and Planet Ice Coventry ice rinks for almost 7 years, coached by Sarah Carter.

Cameron has Autism and a Learning Disability and attends a special School in Staffordshire. He thoroughly enjoys his one-on-one training and the precision that figure skating requires.

In 2013 Cameron won a gold medal at the Special Olympics National Figure Skating Competition in Dumfries and won two bronze medals in the Inclusive Skating International Competition for skaters worldwide with disabilities. Cameron was also selected for the Special Olympics British Figure Skating Team to take part in an International Special Olympics Event in Vienna in 2014 and was thrilled to bring home a silver medal for his country. He has also been awarded the Staffordshire Talented Athlete Gold Award 2014 for excellence in his sport.

Now training for international events in Finland, Scotland and Iceland, Cameron is not looking back. He is determined that the best is yet to come!

ISS would like to wish Cameron every success in his figure skating career and we cant wait to follow his progress and success, well done Cameron!

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