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Cameron Scott #106

Paralympian Cameron Scott at Lyttleton Harbour prior to 1996 Paralympic Games

Cameron Scott made his Paralympic debut at the Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games. The sport of Para sailing made its first appearance at the Paralympic Games as a demonstration sport in 1996 and competition took place at the Aqualand Marina, Lake Lanier in the foothills of the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains. Cameron was a member of the first mixed crew sonar boat to represent New Zealand alongside Paralympians Andrew May, Chris Wornall and Derek Stewart. After a series of challenging races, the team placed 6th out of the 15 competing nations.

Cameron now works as the Disability Resource Service Manager at the University of Canterbury supporting students with disabilities with the appropriate disability-related study support services.

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Atlanta 1996
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