Cameron Myler

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“I support Athlete Ally’s message of respect, inclusion and equality – both on and off the playing field – and am looking forward to helping facilitate the organization’s outreach in the Olympic community.  As a 4-time Olympian who has benefitted tremendously from sport, I believe every athlete should have the opportunity to participate without discrimination of any kind.”

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Dec 2, 2013

Merchandise Uses Olympics Principles Against Russian Anti-Gay Laws

One of the mainstays of the Olympics is the myriad examples of branded merchandise that are sold to support the Games, not to mention burnish the images of official sponsors. The supporters of an effort to help lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens of Russia, where the Winter Games are to be held in February, are adapting that marketing tactic with a line of protest merchandise to be sold by American Apparel and promoted by athletes.

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Aug 1, 2012

What the Olympic Games Taught Me about My Post-Game Career: A Profile of Cameron Myler

Cameron Myler sped down the icy luge track in four Olympic Winter Games and was a seven-time U.S. National Champion and nine-time U.S. Luge Female Athlete of the Year before trading her sled for the slightly slower pace of intellectual property law. Now the Olympic luger is an attorney, adjunct professor of International Sports Governance and Legal Issues in Sports at New York University, and a passionate advocate for empowering youth through sports.

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Sep 28, 2013

Could withholding visas be a tactic by the Russian gov't to keep gay 'propaganda' out of the Sochi Winter Olympics?

“I believe in the power of sport. I applaud their courage and decisions to come out and make that decision,” said Cameron “Cammy” Myler, a four-time Winter Olympian in luge and U.S. team flagbearer. “My only concern for athletes taking more political positions is that at the end of the day, Russia issues visas for people to compete there.

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