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Cameron Sinclair

Cameron first competed in 2012 finishing first in the Top of the World Highland Games in the Novice Division. He returned briefly for a single games in 2015 finishing 3rd in the Novice BC Provincials. In 2016 Cameron would  compete Internationally and locally Finishing 2nd in the Amateur B, BC Provincial Games, 3rd in the Novice Skagit (WA) Highland Games, 1st in the Novice Hood Canal (WA) Highland Games, and 2nd in the Kelso (WA) Highland Games.
In the 2016 season Cameron competed on the Valley Brigade Team even in Kelso finishing 6th out of 12 teams. Cameron was one of two novices entered in the team events, the other was also on his team.
Cameron's 2017 Season started off very well with a 2nd place Finish In the Victoria Highland Games, 3rd in the BC Highland Games, 2nd in The Penticton Scottish Festival Games, 4th in the Skagit Valley Highland Games, and finishing his season with a 3rd place finish in Kelso Highlander Festival. Cameron broke all his personal Records at this games and looks forward to breaking more again in the 2018 season.
Cameron is looking towards the 2018 with eagerness and hopes to put up even better numbers in a competitive category.
Miranda Meade
Miranda first broke into the sport in 2016 where she finished 2nd in the open women's category during the BC Heavy Events Provincial Games. She has continued to train and practice in anticipation of her 2017 season where she plans to attend the Victoria Highland Games, Skagit Valley Highland Games and the BC Provincial games. We hope Miranda can go 1 better in 2017 and bring home 1st place.

Miranda had an amazing season starting with a 6th place finish in the Victoria Highland Games in the Womens's Open Category, she climbed back to the top gaining her 1st place finish at the BC Provincial Highland Games, and place 5th in another Women's Open group at the Skagit Valley Highland Games. Competing against some very talented women Miranda has set her sights on competing more frequently in the 2018 season.