Tracy Cameron embarked on her rowing journey at the age of 25, defying conventional timelines for Olympic athletes. Her meteoric rise in the world of rowing culminated in her achieving the remarkable feat of becoming a 4-time World Cup gold medallist in the years 2006, 2008, and 2011. Tracy’s dedication and prowess reached its pinnacle when she secured a bronze medal at the prestigious Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics.
Tracy holds a Master’s Degree of Science (MSc) in Sports Medicine from the University of Calgary. She is also recognized as a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach (FMCHC), showcasing her commitment to holistic health practices.
Having initially excelled as a rehabilitation specialist, Tracy’s passion extends beyond the realms of sports to encompass the broader spectrum of life, adventure, and culinary arts. Her zest for sharing knowledge finds expression in her role as an instructor in our Anatomy course. Tracy brings a unique blend of practical experience and academic expertise to the classroom, inspiring students with her dynamic approach to understanding the intricacies of the human body. Her diverse interests, ranging from sports to the culinary arts, contribute to a well-rounded perspective that enriches the learning experience for all those under her tutelage.