Full name: Michelle A. Cameron (-Coulter)
Height: 5-8.5 (174 cm)
Weight: 130 lbs (59 kg)
Born: December 28, 1962 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Affiliations: Calgary Aquabelles, Calgary (CAN)
Sport: Synchronized Swimming
Related Olympians: Wife of Allan Coulter.
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
It took four failures in aquatic sports before Michelle Cameron settled on synchronized swimming but, once she did, it took her to heights seen by only a handful of Canadian athletes, including eight national titles over her career. Upon being partnered in 1985 with Carolyn Waldo, who had won a silver medal in the solo event at the 1984 Summer Olympics, she was unstoppable in the duet; among the many events in which they won gold were the 1986 Commonwealth Games, the 1986 World Championships, the 1987 Pan Pacific Championships, and the 1988 Summer Olympics. They also won gold in the team event at the 1986 World Championships and Cameron was eliminated in the first round of the solo event at the 1988 Summer Olympics, which was eventually won by Waldo. The duo retired after the Games and were immediately made members of the Order of Canada. Since leaving active competition, Cameron has worked as a motivational speaker, businesswoman, and sports administrator and has donated her time to numerous charitable endeavors. She has been inducted into the Canadian (1991), Alberta (1991), and International Aquatic (2000) Sports Halls of Fame.
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Women's Solo||Canada||CAN||AC r1/3||DNQ|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Women's Duet||Canada||CAN||1||Gold|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Canada||Figures||5||96.683|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Canada||CAN||Carolyn Waldo||Final||1|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Canada||CAN||Carolyn Waldo||Qualifying||1||QU|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Synchronized Swimming||Canada||CAN||Carolyn Waldo||Figures||1||QU||96.683|