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Cameron Brink in Bathing Suit Visits "Miami"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Cameron Brink is one of Stanford's stars on their women's basketball team. She has an impressive record and is a NCAA champion. She's also developed a following on social media. Brink recently enjoyed a vacation in Miami, and shared some highlights of herself in a cabana on Instagram. Brink captioned the post, "Miami." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Cameron Brink stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She's Coping With Pressure

Brink opened up about being a college athlete in an interview with The San Francisco Chronicle. She says that she has learned to cope with the pressure of being a student athlete better. "There's always pressure," Brink said. "I'm good at putting more on myself. Even last year, I was so afraid to lose and I think that was the wrong kind of motivation. This year, I'm putting it into wanting to win and finding the right kind of pressure."


She Takes Care Of Her Mental Health

Brink is open about her struggles with her mental health. "Everyone has their way of coping," Brink said to The San Francisco Chronicle. "I'm really good about being vulnerable. Whenever I'm in a bad mood or not having a good day, people around me will know. Mental health should be seen as hygiene, like brushing your teeth every day; you should be checking in with yourself, so I haven't been afraid to share that I've struggled mentally."


She Wants To Be A Leader

Brink doesn't just want to be a good teammate. She also wants to be a good leader for others. "I'm learning what it means to be a leader," Brink said to The San Francisco Chronicle. "It's not just basketball, but school and everything else. I want to be a resource, for the freshmen, for anyone who needs it."


She Left A Harsh Environment


Brink opened up about her experiences in high school to She says that she transferred schools due to suffering from harsh treatment. "I wouldn't even say I was being bullied," she says. "Because bullying gives them too much power. They weren't bullies. And I just decided to remove myself. I knew I deserved better, so I left. And I'm happy I did."


She's True To Herself

Brink opened up to about how her attitude changed after dealing with harassment. She says that she became more true to herself as a result. "Stop questioning yourself. Be authentically you. Don't change for others, and don't give others the power to make you feel small."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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