Cameron Dye

Triathlon

Full Name: Cameron Robert Dye
Hometown: Boulder, Colo.
Resides: Boulder, Colo.
College: University of Iowa
Height: 6-1
Weight: 155
Birthdate: June 24, 1984
Birthplace: Boulder, Colo.
First Year Elite: 2007
2010 ITU Rank: 142
2010 USAT Rank: 13

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2010 Highlights: Member of USAT’s Project 2016 program • Placed fifth at the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon in Rockwall, Texas, on Oct. 10 • Led the U.S. squad to eighth with the fastest overall split at the ITU Team Triathlon World Championship in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Aug. 22 • Won the July 31 USAT Elite Development Race in Colorado Springs • Finished fifth at the May 9 Rev3 Triathlon in Knoxville, Tenn. • Won the St. Anthony’s Triathlon April 25 for the biggest victory of his career • Took second at the Mazatlan ITU Pan American Cup in March.

Elite Triathlon Career: Represented the United States at the 2009 ITU World Championship Series Grand Finale in Gold Coast, Australia • Placed eighth at the USAT Elite National Championship in 2009 • Picked up first professional win at the 2009 Memphis in May Triathlon • Placed seventh at the St. Anthony’s Triathlon and at the Chicago Triathlon in 2009 • Finished eighth at the 2008 Musselman ITU Pan American Cup race.
Amateur Triathlon Career: Overall amateur champion at the Boulder Peak Triathlon and Chicago Triathlon in 2006.

Athletic Background:
Began swimming at age eight and capped career in the pool with four years on the University of Iowa swim team • Served as team captain as a senior • Ran cross country at Boulder's Fairview High School for three years, helping the team to a state title in 2001.

Personal:
Cameron Robert Dye • Son of Robert and Kathleen Dye • Likely ranks as the only professional triathlete born in Boulder, Colo. • Enjoys the traveling aspect of racing • Likes to eat oatmeal before races and work outs and enjoys a Coke and a burger or pizza postrace • Intends to buy an English bulldog after the 2010 season and will name him Diesel • Did first triathlon (Boulder Peak) at age 15.