Cam Stones

Sport:Bobsleigh
Position:Brakeman
Height:191cm
Weight:109kg
Birth Date:Jan. 5, 1992 (age 27)
Birth Place:Whitby, Ont.
Residence:Whitby, Ont.
Twitter:@CamStones
Instagram:@tombstones

With plenty of size, speed and aggressiveness, Cam Stones was a natural to transition from rugby to bobsleigh. In 2012 he had captained Canada at the U20 Junior World Rugby Trophy. He’d also enjoyed a successful varsity career at McMaster University. Stones made his international bobsleigh debut in January 2015 in a North American Cup race. He returned to the North American Cup circuit to start the 2015-16 season before making his World Cup debut in January 2016 as a member of Chris Spring’s four-man crew. He competed in a World Cup two-man race for the first time in February 2016 with pilot Nick Poloniato, with his world championship debut coming later in the year in the non-Olympic team event. Stones moved to the World Cup circuit fulltime in 2016-17 and earned his first medal, a four-man bronze, in Lake Placid with Spring, Lascelles Brown and Samuel Giguere. He was also in Spring’s four-man sled at the 2017 World Championships. 

Cam made his Olympic debut at the 2018 Games in PyeongChang where he was part of Nick Poloniato’s 12th-place finishing crew. His eyes now squarely focused on the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Cam will be leaned on for his experience and leadership on the track to Beijing.

Career Highlights

2018 – Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang, KOR: 12 (4-man)
2018 – World Cup, Konigssee, GER: 8 (4-man)
2018 – World Cup, Altenberg, GER: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Igls, AUT: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Winterberg, GER: 5 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Whistler, CAN: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Park City, USA: 6 (4-man), 11 (4-man)
2017 – World Championships, Konigssee, GER: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Winterberg, GER: 9 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Lake Placid, USA: 3 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Park City, USA: 9 (4-man)

Olympic Winter Games Results

2018 – Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang, KOR: 12 (4-man)

World Championship Results

  • 2017 – World Championships, Konigssee, GER: 13 (4-man)

World Cup Results

2018 – World Cup, Konigssee, GER: 17 (2-man), 8 (4-man)
2018 – World Cup, St. Moritz, SUI: 22 (4-man)
2018 – World Cup, Altenberg, GER: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Igls, AUT: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Winterberg, GER: 5 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Whistler, CAN: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Park City, USA: 6 (4-man), 11 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Pyeongchang, KOR: 13 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Igls, AUT: 16 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Konigssee, GER: 19 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, St. Moritz, SUI: 16 (4-man)
2017 – World Cup, Winterberg, GER: 9 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Lake Placid, USA: 3 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Whistler, CAN: 6 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Konigssee, GER: 18 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Park City, USA: 9 (4-man)
2016 – World Cup, Lake Placid, USA: 12 (4-man)