ABOUT TODD...

Todd Cameron was born in Montreal, Quebec on August 11, 1974 and raised in small town rural Ontario. He holds dual Canadian/American citizenship and spends summers in British Columbia and winters in Florida. 

Todd has owned and operated a shark diving venture, he is a certified ocean lifeguard, scuba diver, and swim coach. He competed successfully in open water swimming in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the Caribbean. He ended swimming on a high note being the overall winner of his final three races. 

 

Todd was the first person to swim the 14.5 km channel between Whitsunday Island and Hamilton Island in Queensland, Australia. He also completed a 2300 km swim challenge to raise awareness for sharks, swimming the same distance as the Great Barrier Reef. It was during this immense feat that he conceived the idea for Shark Bites, custom designed energy bars to help fuel his training. 

Todd is a huge fan of the 1982 movie The Thing and founded the fandom community Outpost #31. He located the remote British Columbia filming location in 2003 and has a feature commentary and documentaries on the recent Blu-ray releases. 

He enjoys reading, movies, nature, fitness, travel, and being out on the water.

Encountering a curious Blue shark off Rhode Island. 
And an Oceanic Whitetip off Cat Island, Bahamas.
Poster for the 2300 km Swim for Sharks! 

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