Professional sports fan Cameron Hughes on how attending a hockey game 26 years ago changed his life

Professional sports fan Cameron Hughes on how attending a hockey game 26 years ago changed his life

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EPISODE SUMMARY

We chat with professional sports fan Cameron Hughes about how attending a hockey game 26 years ago changed his life and discussing who is a better dancer between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

EPISODE NOTES

26 years ago, Cameron Hughes life changed forever. Attending an Ottawa Senators game, Hughes found himself disappointed by the uninspired crowd and soon jumped to his feet, started dancing and began to get the crowd more involved. From that moment on, Hughes found a new calling as a professional sports fan. Since that fateful night, Hughes has gone on to perform at over 1500 different sporting events in 22 different leagues in front of 18 million people. He has performed at Olympics and Rugby World Cups and has had numerous moments broadcast around the world, including famously dancing with Novak Djokovic on centre court at the US Open in 2015. Hughes, who now lives in Victoria, has recently released a book detailing his experiences, and how he ended up taking what for many is a passion and turning it into a lucrative career. Host Ben Waterworth chats to Cameron about his amazing career and just how it all happened.