Cameron Pilley

Cameron Pilley

ameron is a fun loving, charismatic Australian and his nations number one squash player.

  • Birthplace: Yamba, Australia
  • Height: 193 cm
  • Weight: 83 kg
  • Other Interests: Backgammon, golf and the beach.

After attended the Australian Institute of Sport on a Squash scholarship Cameron dedicated himself to being a professional Squash Player and broke into the World’s top 20 in 2008. One of his proudest achievements was, partnered by Kasey Brown, to claim a mixed doubles gold medal for Australia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Later that same year he overcame a strong field to triumph at the Dutch Open, beating Laurens Jan Anjema to claim the title.

On three occasions Cameron has broken the record for hitting a squash ball, his record now stands at a staggering 178 mph. 2014 saw Cameron win a second Commonwealth Games Gold medal, this time alongside David Palmer in the men’s doubles.

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