Meet our sponsored shooter Cameron Radigan
Cameron Radigan for all intense and purposes is considered a normal teenage boy. He first showed interest in archery when he was 12 and joined Northwest Archery Club in Kilmarnock. This community run club introduced children to archery in a fun environment.
It became evident very early on that Cameron wanted to advance in archery. He joined Irvine Toxophilites Archery Club in August 2015. With the additional coaching provided by them and the expert equipment and advice supplied by Red Frog Archery it was not long before Cameron was properly equipment and attending competitions.
In January 2015 he became West of Scotland under 16 champion. In August, 2016 he joined the Junior Scottish Archery Academy and attends there once a month to receive training from the national coaching team. With this additional support, Cameron achieved second position in the under 16's 2016 Scottish Junior Indoor Championships.
At the age of 2 and a half Cameron was diagnosed with a cancerous tumour on his leg. After surgery and radiotherapy Cameron unfortunately lost part of his leg. Due to this he spends most of his time on crutches or in a wheelchair but this does not deter him from competing in archery to a high level. With the support of his coaches and our sponsorship Cameron is intending on competing in the UK Junior Championships in December 2017
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