Cameron Burrell Family, Net Worth, Wife, Cause of Death, Children

Cameron Burrell Net Worth
Cameron Burrell Net Worth

Cameron Burrell was an American male sprinterall about Cameron Burrell Family, Net Worth, Wife, Cause of Death, Children

Name Cameron Burrel
Birthdate ( Age) 11 September 1994
Died August 9, 2021
Place of Birth Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Not Married
Wife/Partner Not KNown
Children Not Yet
Parents Leroy Burrell, Michelle Finn-Burrell
Profession American male sprinter
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Last Update 2022

Cameron Burrell was an American male sprinter. He was the NCAA Division I champion over 100 meters in 2018, and anchored the Houston Cougars to victory in the 4 × 100 meters relay in 2017 and 2018.

He was the son of Olympic gold medalist and former 100 meters world record holder Leroy Burrell, and Olympic gold medalist Michelle Finn-Burrell.

Cameron Burrell Family

Cameron Burrell Family
Cameron Burrell Family

Cameron Burrell was born on September 11, 1994 to former 100m world record holder Leroy Burrell and Olympic gold medalist Michelle Finn-Burrell. He has two siblings, Joshua and Jaden. Growing up, Cameron Burrell was surrounded by Athletics; in addition to his parents’ athletic background, his aunt Dawn Burrell was the 2001 World Indoor Champion in the Long Jump.

His father’s teammate and close friend was none other than the historic Carl Lewis, who knew Cameron his whole life. Despite this, his family never forced him into athletics, though Cameron already knew he wanted to be a sprinter at a very young age.

Cameron attended Ridge Point High School in Missouri City, Texas. Throughout his junior years, he competed at the 2011 World Youth Championships in Lille, the 2012 World Junior Championships in Barcelona, and the 2013 Pan American Junior Championships in Medellín. He also formed a close friendship with his rival from Morton Ranch High School, Elijah Hall. After graduating from Ridge Point in June 2013, Burrell chose to follow in his father’s footsteps and attend the University of Houston, where his father was coaching.

Cameron Burrell Wife

Cameron Burrell was not married yet. Like most celebrities,He tries to keep his personal and love life private so there is not much information available about his relationship status and personal life.

Cameron Burrell Net Worth

Cameron Burrell was an American male sprinter who has an estimated Net Worth Of 1.5 Million in 2021.

Cameron Burrell Professional Career

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During his freshman year, Burrell made the NCAA Indoor 60m final, where he finished 6th. Outdoors, he ran a leg on the 4x100m relay at the NCAA Outdoor Championships but finished 7th in the heats and did not qualify for the final. He started out strong in his sophomore season, but suffered an injury and was forced to miss the Indoor Championships and Redshirt his outdoor season.

Cameron Burrell
Cameron Burrell

Burrell returned to competition in 2016, and set a school record of 6.48 to finish 2nd in the NCAA 60m final. Outdoors, he won his first conference title in the 100m and finished 4th at the NCAA Championships in 10.26.

Burrell once again finished 2nd at the NCAA 60m final, this time to Christian Coleman of Tennessee, who equaled the collegiate record of 6.45. During the outdoor season, he broke his father’s long-standing school record in the 100m with 9.93 during the semifinals of the NCAA Championships. In the final, he finished second to Coleman again. During the 4x100m however, he anchored Houston to the victory in 38.34.

Having already completed four indoor seasons, Burrell was able to compete only outdoors. At the NCAA Championships, he anchored the Cougars to a collegiate record in the 4x100m, defending their title from the previous year. Then, with two other Cougars in the 100m final, he finally won his first NCAA individual title, with Elijah Hall 2nd and Mario Burke 8th. Burrell dedicated his win to his teammate Brian Barraza, who fell after leading in the steeplechase and finished in 10th.

Burrell equaled his personal best of 9.93 in the heats of the US Championships, then went on to finish 5th in the final. He competed at the inaugural Athletics World Cup in London, England, anchoring the US’ 4x100m team to victory in 38.42 seconds. He stayed in London for his Diamond League debut at the Anniversary Games, where he placed 4th in his heat and 9th in the final. Burrell then traveled to Toronto for the NACAC Championships, and picked up a bronze medal in the 100m.After their seasons ended, Burrell and Elijah Hall turned professional and signed with Nike and Red Bull.

Cameron Burrell Cause of Death

While the cause of his passing has not been revealed, medical records accessed by TMZ claim that Cameron was found dead in a ‘parking garage’.

Cameron’s dad, Leroy Burrell, confirmed the news of his son’s passing. He said: “My family is extremely saddened with the loss of our son, Cameron, last night. We are going through profound sorrow and ask that all of our friends, extended University of Houston family, and the track and field community in the U.S. and abroad allow us to gather with our closest family and friends.”He continued: “We are profoundly grief-stricken, and thank everyone for the outpouring of prayers and support. We will forward more information when it is available.”

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