South Wootton ace Ross flies Special Olympics flag for West Norfolk clubs
Athletics put Cameron Ross back on track when teenage problems were threatening to knock him off course and next week he will be carrying a flag for West Norfolk as he competes at a major national event for the first time.
Cameron, now 21 and from South Wootton, is among 28 sportsmen and women with learning disabilities chosen to represent Special Olympics Norfolk (SON) at the four-yearly National Games taking place in Sheffield starting on Monday.
They will be part of a Special Olympics Eastern Region squad of almost 200. And Cameron is the only team member from West Norfolk.