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Cameron Pilley

Cameron Pilley (squash) is a three-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist representing Australia at three editions of the Games. Making his debut at the Delhi 2010 Games, Pilley paired with Ryan Cuskelly to win bronze in the men’s doubles, then going on to win gold in the mixed doubles with Kasey Brown. At the Glasgow 2014 Games, Pilley and Brown finished with bronze in the mixed doubles, while Pilley added a second career gold medal by winning the men’s doubles with David Palmer. Hailing from Yamba, New South Wales, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games were a mere 200km from his hometown, Pilley joined his cousin Donna Lobban (Urquhart) to win gold in the mixed doubles in front of family and friends. Winner of 13 professional titles during his career, Pilley announced his retirement in December 2019 and now coaches squash in upstate New York in the United States.

Sport / Discipline

Squash

Birth Place

Yamba

Birth state

NSW

Date of Birth

27/10/1982

Age

39

SOCIAL MEDIA

Delhi, 2010

Glasgow, 2014

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

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