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Molly Cameron (born 28 August 1976) is an American professional cyclo-cross racing cyclist. She is the only transgender athlete to compete in a UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup and an acknowledged vegan athlete.
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- When I turned 15 or 16 I realized that I did not have to eat meat, so I stopped. I went Vegan the same year I got in to bike racing: 1999. I was living in San Francisco and started racing on the track and lived with a bunch of vegans. To be honest, I never really liked eating animal products. It was just always in stuff I would eat. Y'know: burritos have cheese, pizza has cheese. But once I was surrounded by people who showed me that there were options, I stopped eating animal products right away. I was really motivated to start taking responsibility for what I put in my body.
- "Molly Cameron - Cycling", interview with Organic Athlete (9 March 2006).
- My lifestyle is pretty minimal. Just doing my part to make the planet a better place.
- "Interview with Molly Cameron: Vegan Cyclocross Racer", interview with Viva La Vegan! (2012).